City announces plans for lane redesigns in Central Park

The Department of Transportation revealed its lane redesign plans for Central Park to reduce congestion and collisions.

Beloved NYU professor Steve Cohen passes away at 48

Steve Cohen, a dramatic writing professor, passed away on Sept. 29 at the age of 48.

New exhibit takes visitors to 1970s Bowery

The New Museum's latest display features the works of artists from over four decades ago.

Another Bloomberg initiative: cutting sugary, fatty foods from hospitals

In yet another health initiative from Mayor Bloomberg, hospitals are changing the food available

Sexton addresses study abroad concerns at student senate meeting

The NYU student senate opens the first meeting of the 2012-2013 academic year by inviting President Sexton to address concerns about visiting study abroad students.

Study finds New York City lagging behind in percentage of college grads

In a recent report issued by the New York City Comptroller's Office, New York City was ranked sixth nationally for its percentage of residents with college degrees.

Public safety tips come to fore after recent events

With the recent tragedy at Northwestern and shooting near Alumni Hall, public safety has become an important consideration on campuses.

NYU tunes in to first presidential debate

The first presidential debate has left Obama supporters feeling dismayed, and Romney criticizers surprised.

LIVE BLOG: Presidential Debate — Oct. 4

WSN live blogger Kevin Burns follows tonight's debate. For full coverage, check back here at 9:00p.m. EST.

Herald Square Macy’s makeover still underway

Macy's flagship store, which is currently undergoing a four-year makeover, revealed its newly renovated space.

Policy scholars host discussion on importance of Latino vote

Latino policy experts from across the country conversed the demographic's potential political power.

Czech Republic bans alcohol in wake of liquor scandal

Following the deaths of people from tainted alcohol, the Czech Republic has imposed a ban on selling hard alcohol, much to the dismay of NYU students studying in Prague