Journalism students to cover papal visit with social media app

All of Pope Francis’s first New York City visit will be recorded online, as the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is partnering with the multimedia reporting app Evrybit to document his weekend long...

Will Jeff Sessions Affect NYU?

After a narrow 52 to 47 victory in the Senate, Senator Jeff Sessions was confirmed as President Donald Trump’s attorney general on Feb. 8. Public reactions to the appointment of the Alabama Republican have...

NYU Student Organizes Love Rally in the Park

The saga of rallies in and of NYU as a response to Donald Trump’s election continued on Friday with the Love Rally in Washington Square Park. Gallatin sophomore Sydney Miller organized the event garnering...

Panel Discusses the Future of Elizabeth Street Garden

Barring any prohibitive court decisions, Elizabeth Street Garden is set to be replaced by affordable housing for the elderly. On Monday, a panel was held by The New School to discuss the plan and...

How Safe Are Sanctuary Cities?

The Trump administration's fight against sanctuary cities has recently completed its one-year anniversary, and it doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. On March 8, President Donald Trump said the Justice Department is doing...

University hopes campus construction won’t disrupt community

Students may want to start bringing a hard hat to class, as an email from the university Monday informed the NYU community of two major construction projects around Washington Square Park starting this month....

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...

In the Archives: NYU During 9/11

When the two planes sliced through the ribs of the World Trade Center’s North and South Towers on Sept. 11, 2001, a cloud of dust crept over the city — and NYU students were...

Fallen NYU Fireman Honored by New York Community

Hundreds of New York City Fire Department firefighters lined the streets of Fifth Avenue on March 29, the solemn sound of bagpipes surrounded them. The men and women had gathered to mourn and honor...

How The L Train Shutdown Is Affecting Students

The long-promised construction on the L train has finally arrived, and with it, many NYU students who live in Brooklyn have to change how they commute to Manhattan. Tisch sophomore Carol Zeitune lives in Bushwick...

NYU Helps Open Neighborhood Innovation Lab

NYU is to helping improve urban life throughout New York City by eliminating technical difficulties arising on a daily basis through its collaboration with New York City’s first Neighborhood Innovation Lab. New York’s Mayor’s Office...

How NYU Remembers 9/11

On Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 individuals lost their lives when members of the terrorist group Al Qaeda flew two planes into both World Trade Center towers in New York City. Although it was...
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