Local businesses struggle to survive after Sandy

With a lack of power and customers, local businesses are making due with what they have during the hurricane recovery process.

Power outages from Sandy push back admissions deadline

Class of 2017 hopefuls on the East Coast have found trouble submitting their applications because of Hurricane Sandy.

Greenwich Village Halloween parade canceled

For the first time in 39 years, the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade was cancelled.

Students turn to web for communication post-Sandy

After losing cell phone service, students use social media to get in touch with their family and friends.

Sandy causes concern for some absentee voters

Sandy could affect students' abilities to vote in the 2012 election.

Feeding NYU in aftermath of storm

In wake of Hurricane Sandy, NYU dining staff have been able to serve thousands of students and hundreds of staff.

Students forced to relocate from dorms

Students in select dorms evacuated as of 3 p.m. on Wednesday.

Alec Baldwin visits Kimmel in wake of Hurricane Sandy

In the recovery process after Hurricane Sandy, NYU offers its students a welcome surprise.

New York residents react to Con Ed explosion

Con Edison workers have congregated between 20 and 21st streets to restore power in Manhattan.

Limited subway service continues to resume

Gov. Cuomo announced limited subway service will resume starting Thursday morning on 14 of 23 subway lines.

Students take cover as result of storm

As hurricane recovery begins in the city, a look at where and how students have been taking shelter to wait out the storm.

Home away from homelessness: Students flock to Kimmel

Today at 3 p.m., all students are expected to evacuate from seven residence halls into Kimmel. Check out what's been happening.