Midterm Results Signal a New Wave of Progressive Policies for New York

Featuring momentous local and national results, the 2018 midterm elections are poised to have a tangible effect on NYU, New York and the nation as a whole.

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...

Transgender Activists Protest Trump, Prepare to Vote

With a push to rollback Obama-era policies that had expanded transgender rights, activists are protesting Trump and looking to elect representatives that oppose the possible changes.

New York Prepares for Pivotal Elections

Ahead of Tuesday’s midterms, a preview of the races most pertinent to the NYU community.

New Yorkers Let Loose at Packed Halloween Parade

At the annual New York City Village Halloween Parade, WSN met a queen from Colombia, Bob and Linda Belcher and a cotton candy-costumed foodie.

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.
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In Union Square, New Yorkers Mourn for Victims of Synagogue Shooting

Hundreds of New Yorkers spent a rainy Saturday night mourning the 17 victims of the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.

Langone Emergency Unit Evacuated After Bomb Threat Next Door

Doctors, patients and staff were evacuated from Langone's Ambulatory Care unit at West 52nd Street after a suspicious package was found at the post office nearby.

Students Recount Their Experiences With the CNN Bomb Scare

NYU students and alumni who work at CNN's New York headquarters were shaken by a bomb scare Wednesday morning. The incident comes at a time of increasing international animosity towards journalists.

NYU Fights for Cyber Security

As companies continue to transition to digital content and records, many look for innovative ways to protect their now-online content from hackers and other threats.

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 Law Students Join the Strike Against Kavanaugh

NYU School of Law students and others participated in a walkout to protest Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
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