NYU Langone concealed treatment costs

A Wall Street Journal investigation revealed late last month that NYU Langone Medical Center was using specialized computer code to prevent hospital pricing information from appearing in internet search results. The investigation determined that...

Cutting ties with line cutters: A student’s friendships are tested after ineligible friends get...

Amber Alirahi has witnessed the effects of the pandemic firsthand. The Liberal Studies first-year lost a loved one due to COVID-19 in early May of 2020. She witnessed her sister, a nurse caring for...

NYU to begin vaccinating students today

NYU will begin vaccinating students on April 6. The university’s announcement coincides with New York state’s decision to open up COVID-19 vaccines to New York residents aged 16 and older. “NYU strongly encourages all eligible...

Police detain and release 9 NYU Shanghai students in drug sweeps

Nine NYU Shanghai students were detained in two separate drug sweeps conducted by local police in Shanghai on March 12. Two students were taken into custody at a local bar, and seven others at...

NYU students ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccine take advantage of conflicting guidelines to get...

Liberal Studies first-year MaryCharlotte Barnes plans to sign up for the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on April 6, when she, and all New York state residents aged 16 and over become eligible...

Washington Square campus sees uptick in COVID-19 cases

In the past two weeks, the rate of new COVID-19 cases at NYU’s Washington Square campus nearly tripled. Between March 18 and March 29, the test positivity rate on a 14-day rolling average jumped...

Resolution addressing tuition increases and financial aid heads to the University Senate

A resolution addressing the financial burdens of NYU students due to the COVID-19 pandemic is heading to the University Senate today, March 25, after passing through the Student Senators Council and Student Government Assembly....

NYU professor linked to Cuomo’s cover-up of nursing home deaths

Linda Lacewell, the superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services and an adjunct professor at the NYU School of Law, is one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aides accused of changing...

University community reacts to return to campus

NYU students around the world have dealt with an online life of unreliable internet and mismatched timezones for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, many are anticipating the day they return to...

As spring approaches, break doesn’t

An Oct. 20 message from President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming announced the cancellation of 2021’s spring break plans to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. In its place, the University Senate and the...

Securing the coveted vaccine: How NYU fights back

Despite the recent FDA-approved emergency rollout of three coronavirus vaccines, New Yorkers still deal with eligibility and limited appointments, making large-scale vaccination seem like something far in the future.   Fortunately for members of the New...

NYU Says Post-Pandemic Study Away Is a Tentative Go

NYU’s Office of Global Programs opened the Fall 2021 Study Away Application to students on March 1, despite continued uncertainty about the feasibility of normal study away programs next semester.  Along with plans to return...
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