[INFOGRAPHIC] The Changing Diversity at NYU

Andrew Hamilton was named the 16th President of NYU in March 2015, and this Sunday, he will officially be inaugurated, starting a new chapter in NYU’s history. This week has been Inauguration Celebration Week,...

From Combat to Classroom, NYU Vets Face Challenges

Transitioning to life at NYU can be challenging, confusing and expensive — especially for veterans. According to the most recent statistic from the Veterans Association, there are currently 452 GI Bill students studying undergraduate and...

Bias Hotline Fights Discrimination

NYU took measures to help students of all backgrounds feel safer on campus with its newly implemented Bias Response Line. The tool allows students to report incidents of marginalization via phone or an online...

Are Segregated Dorms the Answer?

College students of color across the country are currently questioning whether having segregated dorm houses will create a safer environment for minorities after the California State University of Los Angeles unveiled its new separated...

Safe Spaces: The New Cryptic Buzzword

The conversation over safe spaces on college campuses once again broke national news last month when the University of Chicago penned a letter to its incoming students saying that the school does not support...

IEC Gets Previously-Promised Meeting with President Hamilton

Incarceration to Education Coalition organizers met with NYU President Andrew Hamilton on Monday afternoon to discuss banning the box at NYU. IEC was granted a meeting with Hamilton after a two-day occupation of the...

DEVELOPING: IEC Will Not Get Previously-Promised Meeting with Common App CEO

The Incarceration to Education Coalition announced Tuesday morning that its meeting with NYU administration and the Common Application to discuss banning the box at NYU would no longer include interim Common Application CEO Paul...

All You Need to Know About the IEC Sit-In

Incarceration to Education Coalition organizers and supporters secured both a recorded phone meeting with Common Application CEO Paul Mott and the promise of a meeting with NYU President Hamilton Saturday night after occupying the...

The Box: Unboxed

The IEC advocates for the removal of “the box,” which refers to the following two questions students are asked to disclose when applying to NYU undergraduate programs using the Common App: Have you ever been...

[PHOTOS] Incarceration to Education Coalition Occupation of Kimmel

  Organizers and supporters of the Incarceration to Education Coalition have been occupying the Kimmel Center for Student Life since Friday afternoon to protest the presence of the box — questions pertaining to criminal histories...

UPDATE: Incarceration to Education Coalition Occupation Reaches 24 Hours

More than 20 Incarceration to Education Coalition organizers and supporters have occupied the Kimmel Center for Student Life since Friday afternoon and are in the process of negotiating with NYU to disband their sit-in...

UPDATE: Incarceration to Education Coalition Sits-In At Kimmel

The Incarceration to Education Coalition’s occupation of the NYU Kimmel Center, that started Friday evening, is underway. Students from the IEC, Divest and Student Labor Action Movement plan to stay overnight on the Kimmel...
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