Professor Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

Professor of Economics Paul Romer won the Nobel Prize in Economics on Monday — the first to win such an award in seven years.

President Hamilton Talks Avital Ronell, Trustees at University Senate Meeting

The Board of Trustees’ lack of transparency and NYU’s handling of Avital Ronell’s Title IX investigation were among the many subjects discussed at the first University Senate meeting of the 2018-2019 school year on...

Activists Combat Global Food Waste at NYU

Each year, a third of all food produce — almost 1.3 billion tons — is wasted or lost globally, including almost half of all fruits and vegetables grown. In North America, 300 pounds of...

Former Planned Parenthood President Speaks at NYU

The 2016 election spurred a new wave of feminist activism with the rise of #MeToo, Time’s Up, the Women’s March and an unprecedented number of women running for public office. The policies of the...

Fire Ignites in East Village Apartment, NYU Tenants Evacuated

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a kitchen fire from Japanese restaurant Uogashi ignited 188 1st Ave. in raging flames. Fourteen firefighters and three residents were injured. Three nearby buildings have been evacuated...

New York City Protesters Unite Against Kavanaugh

The voices of over 1,000 protesters echoed from Madison Square Park to Vanderbilt Avenue Monday evening at the No Justice, No Seat: March Against Kavanaugh rally, chanting “We believe survivors! Whose court? Our court.” Hosted...

Speaking at NYU, Long-Shot Governor Candidate Voices Hope

With just over a month left before the Nov. 6 elections, New York’s gubernatorial race is in full swing. On Monday evening, Libertarian Party nominee Larry Sharpe took time out of his busy campaign...

NYU First-Year Struck by Subway Train, Pronounced Dead

Around 12:05 p.m., an 18-year-old NYU first-year student died after being struck by an Eighth Avenue-bound L train at the station at First Avenue and 14th Street, as originally reported by the New York...

In Light of Kavanaugh Allegations, 15 Clubs Organize Sexual Assault Vigil

The conversation ignited by Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations has made its way to NYU. A vigil, organized by 15 clubs on campus, brought numerous students to the steps of the Kimmel Center for...

Students for Justice in Palestine Protest Demolition in West Bank Village

In its first major demonstration in the 2018-2019 academic year, NYU Students for Justice in Palestine held a protest in the Kimmel Center for University Life concourse to protest the demolition of a Bedouin...

Journalism Advocates Criticize U.N.

Last year, more journalists were jailed for their work than ever before, according to a free press advocacy group. The Committee to Protect Journalists has accused the United Nations of failing to take tougher action...

Coffee Missing From Starbucks

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 27 the NYU Department of Public Safety received one report of burglary, eight reports of controlled substance violation, three reports of harassment, nine reports of larceny and one report...
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