NYU students protest NYU law trustee, support labor strike

NYU Student Labor Action Movement gathered outside Bobst to protest Daniel Straus, NYU Law School Board of Trustees member.

New report shows Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens as most expensive

Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan are ranked some of the most expensive places to live.

Stuy Town transitions to new management

Residents of Stuytown and Peter Cooper Village experience another change in management as CompassRock Real Estate assumes control of the largest private apartment complex in the city.

International initiative connects students abroad and on campus

A new initiative launched by the university tries to increase the number of students studying abroad and to welcome international students here on campus.

Two New Yorkers travel the world on quest for ideas

Rockaway Beach natives comb the streets of New York and cities around the world in search of creative, innovative ideas.

Social Media keeps NYU students connected

HashtagNYU, a new initiative that utilizes Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and YouTube, allows students to stay updated on the latest happenings at the university.

New York City remains top travel destination

Despite the economic downturn, New York City continues to attract many tourists as a top travel location.

Freshmen commuters dabble in dorm life

In a new program offered by Commuter & Off-Campus Student Services, incoming NYU freshman who live off-campus have the opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow commuters.

New Urban Space Market Causes Stir in Meatpacking District

The Urban Space Meatpacking Market opened just last week near Union Square, and has already attracted many customers for its diverse offerings from local retailers.

Zola Jesus, Built to Spill echoes nineties nostalgia at Mystery Concert

Built to Spill and Zola Jesus welcome the class of 2016 to NYU with a wave of '90s nostalgia tunes at NYU's annual Mystery Concert.

Freshmen assigned to upperclassmen housing

With the increasing yield rate of each freshmen class, this year around a hundred students were placed in upperclassmen dorms.

NYC Department of Education revises discipline policies

NYC Department of Education reforms disciplinary code to minimize suspensions.
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