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...

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.

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.

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.

NYU Students Protest Whitney Board Member’s Ties to Border Weapons

An activist group co-founded by an NYU professor has continued a series of protests against the Whitney Museum of American Art due to its Vice Chairman’s connection to weapons used against migrants at the...

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, Mayor’s Office Develop Interactive Efficiency-Tracking Map of City Buildings

An NYU team and the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability consolidated six years of data to make an interactive map that color codes buildings based on energy efficiency.  NYU’s Marron Institute of Urban Management and the...

Shots Fired Near Broadway and West 3rd, No Injuries Reported

Updated 12:25 p.m. Shots were fired near Broadway and West 3rd St. — a few minutes away from the NYU Bookstore, NYU’s 194 Mercer St. and the Washington Square Park campus — late last night,...

Queens Residents Protest Amazon’s Arrival

Protestors gathered on a rainy Monday afternoon in Long Island City to protest the impending arrival of Amazon's new headquarters.

Locals Oppose NYU’s Updated 181 Mercer Plan

Last year, NYU announced its $128 million structure at 181 Mercer St. that will replace the demolished Coles Sports Center. Ever since the project began, residents of 88 Bleecker St. and 200 Mercer St.,...

Stern Professor Prepares for Second Congressional Run

Surrounded by students and young professionals in a buzzing coffee shop on Union Square West, Suraj Patel blends right in. However, he is doing something few 35-year-olds do: he’s running for Congress. Again. An adjunct...