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...

President Hamilton Announced Attendance at March for Science

President Andrew Hamilton will be marching alongside NYU faculty and students at the March for Science in Washington D.C. this Saturday, according to an email sent out to the NYU community. The March for Science...

Study shows proposed bill could make childrens’ fast food options healthier

Researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center found that a proposed bill to improve the the nutritional value of children's fast food meals could have a positive impact. Introduced by city councilman Benjamin J. Kallos,...

NYU Professor Helping to Combat Police Brutality

After widespread incidents of police brutality and clashes between communities of different races within the past few years, a lack of trust has formed between law enforcement and the areas they watch. Increased media...

Stern Dean Pipes Money Into DAPL

The Dakota Access Pipeline taps into NYU administration for money — Stern Dean Peter Henry is a sitting member of the board of directors at Citibank, one of the main banks that wrote loans...

A Q&A with Mayor Potential and NYU Alum Sal Albanese

Sal Albanese, NYU Class of 1976, is running for mayor of New York City as the Reform Party candidate. He wants to create policies that reform the political system and support affordable housing, education...

Cuomo comes to NYU, talks climate change, universities

Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to NYU on Friday to discuss climate change and the steps being taken to address this issue with state leaders and distinguished students. [email protected] and Know Tomorrow hosted the governor...

On the Scene of the TriBeCa Attacks

Just after 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, 15-year-old Franklin Li and his friend stepped out of their Stuyvesant High School class to grab a sandwich from a local deli. Before the high schoolers could...

Journalism students to cover papal visit with social media app

All of Pope Francis’s first New York City visit will be recorded online, as the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is partnering with the multimedia reporting app Evrybit to document his weekend long...

Barnard Hosts Feminist Zine Fest

Barnard College put on its fifth annual Feminist Zine Fest on Sunday afternoon as part of its 2016 Feminist Weekend. The array of zine makers shared their feminist-focused work across the event’s 65 tables...

Community Gathers to Protest Closure of DNAinfo and Gothamist

Approximately 200 people gathered to protest the shutdown of local news outlets DNAinfo and Gothamist in City Hall Park today. The CEO of DNAinfo and Gothamist Joe Ricketts announced that the outlets would be...

Political groups at NYU host GOP debate screening

College Republicans and the Politics Society at NYU held a screening of the second Republican debate in the basement auditorium of GCASL on Wednesday night. The debate featured the 11 front-runners of the GOP...
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