NYU community remembers Timekeeper

The Student Senators Council held a memorial on Friday for John Votta, NYU's treasured Timekeeper who passed away last month.

Volunteers help Sandy victims on Day of Action

The Clinton Founation and Clinton Global Initiative organized a Day of Action on Sunday, during which students and other volunteers helped those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Lit candle causes fire at Gramercy Green

A lit candle on the sixth floor of Gramercy Green Residence Hall led to minor injuries and fire, smoke, and water damage.

Pace professor re-examines post-Sandy response

Pace professor Chris Williams led discussion on how the response to Hurricane Sandy could have been handled better.

NYU-Poly professor to attend conference on research, global issues

Oded Nov is one of 100 researchers invited to participate in a prestigious conference on the effects of the digital world on learning and the brain.

Technology brings new ways of coordinating disaster relief

NY Tech Meetup crowdsources to coordinate Sandy relief projects.

MTA responds quickly to Sandy, subway service returning to N.Y.

Although subway service has not yet been fully restored, inconvenienced residents are glad that the MTA responded to the disaster so quickly.

Gallatin students have new opportunity to attend classes before enrollment

Gallatin creates Visiting Week to allow students to get a feel of classes they are interested in taking in the future

Meng first Asian American woman elected to New York Congress

After winning 67 percent of the vote to Republican councilman Dan Halloran’s 31, Meng has been elected to represent New York’s newly drawn sixth district.

NYU students launch online public health journal

The Torch, a new online publication launched by students in different disciplines at NYU, reflects the broad reach of public health concerns.

New report breaks down causes of rising tuition

American Council for Education Report analyzes national increase in tuition.

NYU faculty create economic incentives for low-income families

Steinhardt professors studied the effects of monetary incentives on the behavior of kids from low-income families.
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