Tension Builds Amid Negotiations Between NYU and UCATS

Around 40 members and supporters of the Union of Clerical, Administrative and Technical Staff Local 3882, gathered in front of Elmer Holmes Bobst Library this afternoon to express their dissatisfaction with the state of...

New York City: loud but luxurious

Travel + Leisure Magazine's annual U.S. city survey paints New York City as the dirtiest but luxurious city in America.

Swipe right for love, money

NYU will now be deciding financial aid offerings by swiping profiles on Tinder, the dating app.

NYU to Respond to Faculty Outcry Against Administration’s Treatment of Activists

In an email to WSN, NYU spokesman John Beckman said the university is preparing to respond to a recent letter signed by 105 faculty members condemning the administration’s threats to discipline activists from the...

Cuomo Proposes Tax for Properties Near Subway

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently proposed that owners of property close to the subway should face a tax increase to fund Metropolitan Transportation Authority improvement projects. The proposal is the latest effort to...

NYU Sydney faces staff replacements, syllabus changes

In the first couple weeks since it opened, NYU Sydney has seen academic reorganization and staff turnover.

Foreign-born students have higher graduation rates than American born students

According to a recent report, immigrant students are more likely to graduate from New York City high schools in four years than American-born students.

NYU Grad Fights for #MeToo Movement — in the Courtroom

A litigator who argued before the Supreme Court visits NYU Law to discuss how to create social change in court.

Tobacco-free initiative struggles to spark among students

A collection of cigarette butts sits on the sidewalk outside the entrance to Bobst Library, discarded by the clusters of students who briefly step away from their studies to smoke. While this may hardly...

NYU revises housing procedures

NYU announced sweeping changes to housing for the 2015-16 academic year in anticipation for the application opening Tuesday. For the first time, NYU students will be able to live either on the Manhattan or Brooklyn campus....

Professor discusses Turkish civil rights

At first it may seem like there are many differences between Turkish and American students, but CAS professor Kevyne Baar disputed this during a talk Wednesday in the Silver Center. Baar discussed the similarities...

Student Senate panel: student debt primer

Get up to speed on student debt at NYU before WSN's Thursday panel with Student Senators.