Fire Erupts on University Place

Firefighters put out a fire that erupted on the fourth floor of an office building on 99 University Place Wednesday evening near the School of Professional Studies building on East 12th Street. No one...

New 14th Street Traffic Laws Concern Some NYU Students

New York City passed a plan to significantly cut down on the number of cars allowed on 14th Street — one of Manhattan’s busiest crosstown thoroughfares — in early October. In the nearly two...

Local Smoke Shops Fear Impact of Proposed Flavored E-Cigarette Ban

New York’s proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes is meant to protect the large population of young people who vape, but it may be hurting small business owners in its attempt to do so, multiple...

Stigma Dominates Coronavirus Conversation in NYC

The coronavirus has consumed social media platforms recently, but the conversation and containment efforts surrounding the virus have inflamed years-old stigmas against Asians in New York City. Coronavirus, a pneumonia-like virus which originated in central...

New Yorkers Gather to Memorialize Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Victims

Around 300 people gathered to commemorate the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire’s 108th anniversary at NYU’s Brown Building on Monday. Labor groups spoke out about workers’ rights in honor of the tragedy, which resulted in...

Students Condemn ‘War Criminal’ Kissinger

Stern will host controversial figure and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, to the displeasure of many student activist groups who consider him a war criminal.

In the Archives: NYU During 9/11

When the two planes sliced through the ribs of the World Trade Center’s North and South Towers on Sept. 11, 2001, a cloud of dust crept over the city — and NYU students were...

181 Mercer Street Construction Resumes

Construction at 181 Mercer Street has recently been deemed essential work, after New York revised original restrictions to include public and private school construction projects under the umbrella of essential construction, allowing for work...

Man Struck by Train at Astor Place

A man was fatally struck by a downtown 6 train at the Astor Place subway station this afternoon while trying to retrieve a dropped item, according to the MTA. This is the second day...

NYU Expands on Mercer Street, Renovates Playground Along the Way

NYU has pledged $380,000 to renovate a playground across from its most recent construction project — a new building on Mercer Street — as part of the community improvements it has promised in its...

Artist, Who Was Tackled by WSP Officers, Charged With Assault and Resisting Arrest

Almost two months after artist Oriel Ceballos was tackled, pepper-sprayed and arrested by park officers in Washington Square Park, Ceballos says he feels confident that his case will be dismissed at his next hearing...

At Langone, a Doctor Gives a Gunshot Victim a New Face

Inside the operating room during a 25-hour face transplant surgery, Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez had time to take just one bathroom break and a quick sip of coffee. The rest of his time consisted of...
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