New York City Protesters Unite Against Kavanaugh

The voices of over 1,000 protesters echoed from Madison Square Park to Vanderbilt Avenue Monday evening at the No Justice, No Seat: March Against Kavanaugh rally, chanting “We believe survivors! Whose court? Our court.” Hosted...

Brennan Center Sues U.S. Department of Justice

NYU School of Law’s Brennan Center for Justice is taking on the United States Department of Justice in a lawsuit filed earlier this month. The center alleges that the DOJ failed to produce many...

Candidates Doze in City That Never Sleeps

As the New York primary approaches, candidates are revving up their campaigns in hopes of capturing as many delegates as possible on April 19. The Republican Party will allocate its 95 delegates proportionally based...

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.

[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...

Drama Across From Tisch Studio — Chelsea Market on Fire

Smoke billowed across Ninth Avenue from a rooftop fire above the Chelsea Market at 12:09 p.m. today, according to a report by NY1, a local television station located in the building. One injury was...

Trash Fire Spotted Near Tisch Building

McDonald’s workers extinguished a fire that broke out across from NYU’s Tisch building on Thursday night. No injuries have been reported thus far.  Global Liberal Studies sophomore Trinity Rivas was leaving her class in the...

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...

Tandon Team Develops Software to Combat Child Exploitation

A team of engineers at NYU Tandon, in partnership with Griffeye — a digital intelligence technology company — is developing a new software that will help law enforcement combat the increasingly prevalent issue of...

Cuomo’s Proposed Driving Tax Poses Impacts to Students, Faculty

The New York legislature will vote on a driving tax proposal to combat New York City’s traffic congestion on Jan. 26. If passed, drivers will be charged up to $11.52 when driving in high-congestion...

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...

Ralliers Work to Shatter Broken Windows in Washington Square Park

From Staten Island this morning to Los Angeles this past week, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement division demonstrates its dedication to President Donald Trump’s immigration stance. A rally in Washington Park today...
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