Public Safety faces ISIS threats

After recent threats from the Islamic State, NYU Public Safety, NYU Public Affairs and the New York Police Department are taking extra precautions to keep students and New York City residents safe. After the...

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...

Burial vault oversight revealed by professor, LS freshmen

While digging through troves of historical maps a couple weeks ago, NYU adjunct assistant professor JP Borum and their LS Writing I class came across an interesting discovery: the burial vault recently uncovered by...

[PHOTOS] NYC shows solidarity with Paris following terrorist attacks

Paris was struck with an immense tragedy Friday night after a group of terrorists killed 129 people and wounded over 300 more. The assailants coordinated six different attacks around the capital, targeting concert-goers, soccer...

NYU Reacts: Tomb under Washington Square Park

On Nov. 4, water pipeline construction unearthed a vault of skeletons underneath Washington Square Park. They found a second one a day later, which contained 20 wooden coffins dating back to the 19th century....

Student-workers Fight for 15 on National Day of Action

NYU students endured the rain in Washington Square Park on Tuesday to protest the university’s refusal to raise student laborers’ wages to $15 an hour by 2018. Students, holding signs with "#FightFor15" on them, joining...

More coffins found in Washington Square construction site

NYU students might be living in a real-life zombie thriller, as archeologists uncovered a second burial vault in Washington Square Park last Thursday. The discovery came after construction workers happened upon the first tomb...

[VIDEO] Consent law wording confuses

New York state’s new affirmative consent law, also known as Yes Means Yes, defines legal parameters that college students must meet before engaging in sexual activities. However, Joe Cohn, the legislative and policy director of...

Burial vault unearthed by construction on campus

The NYC Department of Design and Construction must have missed the memo that Halloween was last week, as routine construction along Washington Square Park uncovered a burial vault full of skeletal remains. The vault was...

[UPDATE] ‘Ban the Box’ scores victory with New York City law

Updated - Nov. 3, 12:08 a.m. President Obama announced a new order on Monday telling federal agencies to "ban the box" on all federal job applications. Citing stats that 2.2 million Americans are behind bars right...

Marathon runners take NYC

The streets of New York were littered with hard work and sweat on Sunday as thousands came out to partake in the annual New York City Marathon. The runners started in Staten Island on...

Stuy Town sale promises more affordable housing

Private equity corporation Blackstone Group will acquire Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, the 80-acre residential area that has become a popular off-campus housing option for upperclassmen at NYU in recent years, in a move announced...
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