Teachers Campaign for Bernie on Wall Street

While Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign moves to South Carolina after winning the New Hampshire primary, some of his supporters are campaigning in an unlikely place — Wall Street. Outside the headquarters of the United Federation...

Students Protest Hindutva Fascism at Kimmel

“Jai, Jai, Jai, Jai, Jai Bhim!” The chants of around 50 NYU community members protesting Hindutva — an extremist Hindu nationalism movement often likened to fascism — rang loud and clear across the Grand...

NYU Cardiologist Sues Apple Over Patent Infringement

Dr. Joseph Wiesel — an NYU Langone cardiologist — is suing Apple, claiming that the Apple Watch uses technology that he patented. Wiesel’s invention notifies users when it detects irregular heartbeats, something he referred to...

NYU Launches Alliance to Promote Public Interest Technology

NYU launched a new alliance this Thursday dedicated to promoting research, discussion and collaboration in public interest technologies. Public interest technologies are tools developed and utilized by public institutions. Facial recognition, computing systems, cloning or...

Attorney Speaks on President Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

Japanese-American transgender lawyer Mia Yamamoto spoke to a room full of aspiring lawyers about President Trump’s 2019 ban on transgender individuals’ military service at NYU Law on Monday, Feb. 10. Mia Yamamoto was born in...

Students Can Now Add Pronouns on Albert

Students will now be able to include their pronouns and name pronunciation in Albert, according to a university-wide email from Senior Vice President of Student Affairs Marc Wais.  The decision was made with the counsel...

Middle East Commons Participants Discuss Trump Peace Plan and Anti-Semitism at NYU

Around 25 NYU Students and faculty members came together at Richard Ettinghausen Library on Monday to attend the first of a monthly series on Middle Eastern politics.  The Middle Eastern Commons is a new monthly...

Apartment Fire Near Van Leeuwen Injures Five

A fire engulfed two apartment buildings near Second Avenue late this afternoon and injured five first responders, said Deputy Assistant Fire Chief Michael Ajello. At approximately 3:50 p.m., over a hundred FDNY and EMT personnel...

Stigma Dominates Coronavirus Conversation in NYC

The coronavirus has consumed social media platforms recently, but the conversation and containment efforts surrounding the virus have inflamed years-old stigmas against Asians in New York City. Coronavirus, a pneumonia-like virus which originated in central...

Stern MBA Program is Designated STEM

NYU Stern’s MBA program received a STEM designation, increasing the program’s appeal for international students by allowing them to work in the U.S. for more time after graduation. STEM groups science, technology, engineering and mathematics...

Alcohol Possession Reported at Tandon

From Feb. 1 to 6, the NYU Department of Public Safety received one report of Fraud, one report of Criminal Mischief, one report of Drug Law Violation, six reports of Harassment, eight reports of...

Professors Create Games to Improve Brain Function

Three research-based game apps co-programmed by an NYU Steinhardt professor along with professors from the City University of New York and the University of California, Santa Barbara have been proven to develop cognitive skills,...
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