Jewish Religious Holidays, Politicization on Campus Discussed at Town Hall

Jewish students called for religious holidays off, greater understanding of differing identities within the Jewish community and better kosher food accommodations at a town hall hosted by members of the Student Government Assembly on...

Former Langone Doctor Accused of Soliciting Sex From Minor

A gynecologist at NYU Langone Medical Center was arrested, and later fired, for allegedly soliciting sex from a minor in October. Aaron Weinreb, who served as the Director of Gynecology at New York Community Hospital...

NYU Is Sustainable, When It Makes Money

NYU’s vegan, bike-riding, meal plan-having Chief Sustainability Officer Cecil Scheib spends his days trying to convince big names in university administration to better NYU’s impact on the environment. And, largely, he’s successful. How? He’s learned...

Following Stern’s Lead, University of Geneva Opens Center for Business and Human Rights

The University of Geneva will follow the Stern School of Business’ lead and launch a Center for Human Rights — the first institution of its kind in Europe — on Nov. 25. The center will...

Students for Booker, Sanders Find Community With Debate Watch Party

“The first thing I want to do is make people give a sh-t again,” Gallatin junior Courtney Curd said as members of NYU For Cory Booker and NYU For Bernie were tying up a...

NYU Community Members Mourn and Celebrate Transgender Lives for Trans Day of Remembrance

Scattered on the steps of the Kimmel Center of University Life on Wednesday evening, more than 50 NYU community members gathered to commemorate lives lost to transphobic violence in observance of the annual Transgender...

Department of Education Launches Investigation Into Allegations of Anti-Semitism at NYU

The U.S. Department of Education has opened an investigation into NYU following a student complaint filed in April alleging that the university has not done enough to address anti-Semitism on campus. The complaint, which was...

Dorms Provide Free Menstrual Products, Three Years After Student Push

Originally a small pilot program at Alumni Residence Hall, NYU now provides free menstrual products through all its residence halls. The program was spearheaded in 2016 by NYU Students for Sexual Respect, an organization that...

SLAM Protests NYU’s Past Fair Labor Violations at NYUAD

Chants of “F-ck forced labor! Pay them back!” echoed through Washington Square Park on Monday evening as student activists protested the treatment of workers whose rights were violated under NYU’s labor guidelines while building...

Pro-Hong Kong, Pro-China Protesters Clash Ahead of NYU Law Human Rights Panel

Protesters who say pro-democracy efforts by Hong Kong residents are too violent gathered outside NYU School of Law's D'Agostino Hall on Monday night, shouting and chanting for their cause. Across from them was an...

Frat Recruitment Ban Leaves More Questions Than Answers

Recruitment by fraternities at NYU was recently suspended for the Spring 2020 semester due to reports of hazing that have led to the suspension or banning of several frats in the last few semesters.  Despite...

Missing Rubber Duck in Othmer Hall

From Nov. 8 to 14, the NYU Department of Public Safety received one report of Criminal Mischief, one report of Disorderly Conduct, one report of Drug Law Violation, four reports of Harassment, five reports...
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