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.

JFK May Get Worse Before It Gets Better

Anyone who has flown out of John F. Kennedy International Airport knows it can be a taxing experience. From the confusing and congested journey into the airport to the long waits at security to...

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...

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...

A Guide to New York’s Midterm Elections

If you’re registered to vote in New York, brace yourself for midterm election primaries, which will be in full swing in fewer than 10 days. The candidates in this year’s elections include everyone from...

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.,...

Student Covers Washington Square Park With Catcalls

Colorful words littered the ground of Washington Square Park on Saturday, but the vibrant chalk letters didn’t convey messages as bright. CAS senior Sophie Sandberg is the owner of popular Instagram account catcallsofnyc. Last...

Student Government Urges Mayor to Close Rikers Island, Open No New Jails

NYU’s student government released a statement on Thursday urging the city to close Rikers Island — a jail infamous for its neglect and use of brutal force against inmates — immediately and open no...

New York Prepares for Pivotal Elections

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

Tandon Students Win Consideration in Dumbo Construction Project

Tandon School of Engineering students won a say in how a five-year, billion-dollar construction project will impact the neighborhood of DUMBO, Brooklyn. At Tandon’s MakerHack event, Executive Director of the DUMBO Improvement District Alexandria Sica...
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