Stern Alumnus Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading

One year after graduating, Stern alumnus Bill Tsai was arrested for leveraging his position at an investment bank to illegally make almost $100,000 off the stock market — something he pleaded guilty to last...

NYU Urges Betsy DeVos Not to Change University Sexual Misconduct Policies

NYU declared its opposition to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ proposed changes to how universities deal with cases of sexual misconduct under Title IX in a letter sent Tuesday, adding to the 100,000 comments...

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...

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...

East Coast, NYU ready for hurricane Joaquin

As Hurricane Joaquin sweeps up through the Atlantic along the Eastern seaboard, the NYU community is preparing for the potential of heavy rains, winds and flooding throughout the weekend. As of Thursday night, Joaquin was...

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...

New York Organization Wants to Rebrand Police as ‘Peace Officers’

At a time when the relationship between police officers and communities can be described as strained to say the least, one organization has a unique approach toward reconciliation. Police 2 Peace, a New York...

Union Square Tech Hub Draws Controversy Over Rezoning

A new tech hub, which had its land use application approved on Feb. 27, is one step closer to coming to Union Square — between NYU’s Palladium Residence Hall and University Residence Hall. The...

New York Drugs Are Now Prescribed via Web

Hastily scribbled prescription sheets will become a thing of the past once New York’s new prescription procedure takes effect on March 27.  Lea Ann Chen, an instructor in the Department of Medicine at NYU Langone,...

Elizabeth Street Garden Fights to Exist

There’s a small open space in Little Italy nestled among the buildings of Nolita. It’s filled with statues, benches, greenery and, weather permitting, New Yorkers basking in the sun. This is the Elizabeth Street...

Commuter Students Talk NYC Transit Safety

Many NYU students rely on public transportation to get to class, especially commuter students who live too far to walk or cycle to their classes. This makes recent transit mishaps all the more concerning. A...

Man Threatens to Jump From Building Near Alumni Hall

After a man threatened to jump from his three-story apartment, students near Alumni Residence Hall and the Barney Building stopped in their tracks.
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