Sound Pollution Research Records NYU

When passing by various NYU buildings, students may spot a small yellow poster stating, “Short, intermittent recordings are being conducted nearby.” These short sound recordings are part of an effort by the research initiative...

Artist Tackled, Pepper-Sprayed by Officers in Washington Square Park

Oriel Ceballos was displaying his paintings along the fence of the Washington Square garden on Sunday — an area he said has long been frequented by artists — when he was told by park...

De Blasio Announces Bike Lanes Extension

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a plan to extend the current bike lanes on 8th Street from Astor Place to Sixth Avenue on Sept. 13 as a continuation of his Vision Zero...

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...

Artist draws attention to drone strike casualties

In a powerful display on Monday, a group of artists arranged 2,500 paper cups full of water in Washington Square Park in an effort to draw attention to the deaths caused by unmanned drone...

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.

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...

Vaping Flavorless in New York After Statewide Ban

“Oh, maybe I should chill,” Brian Dela Rosa said after hearing about New York State’s move to ban flavored e-cigarettes last week, amid a rise in serious vaping-related illnesses. Dela Rosa, a Stern sophomore, is...

Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Charles Murray believes that intelligence is based on race. He co-authored the 1994 book “The Bell Curve” — which explains this hypothesis — and is scheduled to speak with the NYU branch of the...

This Producer Is the Reason You Listen to EDM

Electronic dance music icon Pasquale Rotella shared his experience and insights of EDM culture in a room full of aspiring musicians on Wednesday night in NYU’s Production Lab. Dance music festivals have been a...

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...

Union Workers Protest Bröd Kitchen on NYU Site

Dozens of union members and affiliated groups gathered outside Bröd Kitchen on the corner of West Fourth Street and Greene Street last Friday afternoon to protest alleged anti-union actions by the restaurant owners and...
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