NYU Postpones Milo Yiannopoulos Halloween Talk at Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Request

Yiannopoulos was scheduled to talk to Professor Michael Recentwald’s writing class.

De Blasio Endorses SLAM, Discusses Racist Statues, Does Not Take Questions

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited NYU for a tour of his former Weinstein Residence Hall dorm room on Tuesday afternoon, where he publicly endorsed the goal of NYU’s Student Labor Action...

De Blasio creates plan for housing to combat homelessness

Facing rising homelessness rates in New York City, Mayor Bill De Blasio announced a $2.6 billion plan to combat the problem on Wednesday. The plan is to create 15,000 supporting housing units in New...

Protestors Say ‘Hell No’ to the Anti-Trans Memo

Washington Square Park rang with the voices of over a hundred protestors Sunday evening enraged with what they see as the Trump administration attempting to erase protections for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.

NYU Reacts: Dahlia’s Gets Shut Down

New York City college students mourned this past weekend as Dahlia's, a mainstay in the East Village bar scene, had its liquor license revoked by the New York State Liquor Authority this past weekend....

Union Square: Prepare to Welcome a Tech Hub

Residents of Palladium and University Residence Hall will have a new 21-story neighbor in the coming years after the City Council greenlighted a tech hub to be built in between the two dorms. The 240,000-square-foot...

Crime Log: Aug. 20-30

The NYU Department of Public Safety received five reports of larceny, one report of criminal mischief, one report of indecent exposure, two reports of harassment, one report of robbery and one report of found...

Thousands Nationwide Protest Country’s New Attorney General

Approximately one thousand people poured into the streets of Times Square on Thursday evening to protest President Donald Trump’s appointment of Matt Whitaker, a critic of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling...

NYU Reacts: The Return of the Astor Place Cube

What’s black, square and spun all over? The Astor Place Cube. This art installation located at 8th Street, Cooper Square and Astor Place is actually called The Alamo. Although it is nestled near many NYU...

Locals Concerned Over Impending L Train Shutdown

Starting in April 2019, local transit will be significantly disrupted when the L train shuts down for a 15-month renovation. On Monday evening, local residents had the chance to air grievances with local officials...

Activists Call for More Action on Menstrual Health. Period.

Protestors parted a Red Sea of T-shirts and signs on Saturday, sporting the color for the first New York National Period Day rally outside City Hall meant to bring awareness to often-stigmatized topics surrounding...

MoMA Must Divest from Private Prisons: NYU Professors, Others Say

An open letter denouncing the Museum of Modern Art’s connection to companies invested in the private prison system and migrant detention was signed by over 200 members of the art community — including 12...
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