Pop-up Museum Spotlights NYPD Failings

In the next seven days, the New York Police Department will arrest nearly 900 New Yorkers for misdemeanors alone, based on the averaging of 2017 arrest data. A pop-up museum curated by the New York...

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...

De Blasio Endorses SLAM, Discusses Racist Statues, Does Not Take Questions

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited NYU for a tour of his former Weinstein Residence Hall dorm room on Tuesday afternoon, where he publicly endorsed the goal of NYU’s Student Labor Action...

Locals Concerned Over Impending L Train Shutdown

Starting in April 2019, local transit will be significantly disrupted when the L train shuts down for a 15-month renovation. On Monday evening, local residents had the chance to air grievances with local officials...

[UPDATE] ‘Ban the Box’ scores victory with New York City law

Updated - Nov. 3, 12:08 a.m. President Obama announced a new order on Monday telling federal agencies to "ban the box" on all federal job applications. Citing stats that 2.2 million Americans are behind bars right...

GroupRaise Simplifies Fundraising

NYU highlights how students make positive impacts throughout the New York City community, but these efforts are not often pursued to their fullest potential, with their organizations hindered by a need for funding which...

Study Finds Fresh Water Access in School Reduces BMI

Looking for an easy way to lose a few extra pounds this Spring? According to researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center, the simplest way to trim down may be to switch your usual sugary...

Republican Mayoral Candidate Speaks to College Republicans

Republican mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis spoke to a crowd of NYU students at an NYU College Republicans meeting. Malliotakis gave her speech just two days after current Mayor Bill de Blasio toured his former...

Activists Combat Global Food Waste at NYU

Each year, a third of all food produce — almost 1.3 billion tons — is wasted or lost globally, including almost half of all fruits and vegetables grown. In North America, 300 pounds of...

From Fossil Fuels to Food, Climate Week Pushes for Environmental Responsibility

What do net-zero carbon buildings, native Hawaiian plants and the Global Citizen Festival all have in common? They’re all part of the 10th annual Climate Week NYC. From Sept. 24 to 30, the week-long...

IDNYC Offers Students Affordable Perks Across the City

In an effort to continue the university's affordability efforts, NYU has partnered with IDNYC, a program that provides free government-issued identification cards for New York City residents. The move comes as part of NYU’s...

17 Years After 9/11, Cortlandt St. Station Reopens

A few days before the 17-year anniversary of 9/11, a subway station that was destroyed in the attack reopens. Not all NYU students may remember the morning of September 11, 2001, but its events are...
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