Pier renovation by competition

In a continued effort to improve the infrastructure of the city’s piers, the New York City Economic Development Corporation announces they are seeking proposals for reconstruction of two waterfront sites that need to be rebuilt with cost-efficiency and sustainability in mind.

Department of Health offers Plan B to students

As teen pregnancies in the city continue to decline, the NYC Department of Health has expanded accessibility to birth control in public schools.

Controversial anti-jihad ads line subway walls

Controversial new subway station advertisements that attack the jihad have come under fire.

High Line to begin final phase of construction

Highly anticipated High Line Park has begun the final phase of the construction.

Students selected for exclusive Sexton dinner

NYU President John Sexton invites students to participate in dinners designed to create open communication between himself and the student body.

NYU meets more roadblocks to expansion

Eleven groups have filed a lawsuit against the university in opposition to its extensive expansion plan.

International students adjust to life in the city

Two international students discuss their experiences in their first three weeks of school in the U.S.

Students connect through Wasserman promotion campaign

Wasserman's new "Limitless" campaign hopes to engage with students through social media about career opportunities available to them.

Rosario Dawson, Wilmer Valderrama encourage voter registration

Actors visited NYU for National Voter Registration Day to raise voter awareness in event hosted by NYU Multicultural Alumni Group.

Stern kicks off annual Entrepreneur Competition

The Stern School of Business started its annual Entrepreneurs Challenge with presentations from current and former students on Monday.

Legendary singer, social activist Harry Belafonte visits NYU

Singer, songwriter and activist Harry Belafonte speaks to NYU journalism students about his passion to counter social injustice through art and the written word.

New proposal aims to establish registry for animal abusers in NYC

A proposed bill by City Councilman attempts to establish a registry for convicted animal abusers to ban them from owning animals in the future.
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