New York pay phones undergo transformation to deliver Wi-Fi access

City has begun a pilot program in 11 locations throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, installing Wi-Fi in phone booths.

NYU Sydney welcomes first class students

NYU Sydney, which opened in The Rocks section of the city, welcomed its first class of 22 students last month.

NYU named ‘New Ivy’

NYU was recently named one of the New Ivies for 2013 and was recognized for its diversity of students and programs.

Weinstein debuts Downstein makeover

After summer renovations, the lower level of Weinstein Dining hall, reopened this week with an image overhaul.

LIVE BLOG: Democratic National Convention – Sept. 5

The three days of the Democratic Convention began on Monday with a bang. As high-profile speakers make their way to the stage, WSN's team of livebloggers will be following their every step. Follow them here.
Democratic National Convention

LIVE BLOG: Democratic National Convention – Sept. 4

The three days of the Democratic Convention began on Monday with a bang. Follow WSN's team of livebloggers here.

MTA to remove trash containers at ten subway stations

The MTA has extended its pilot program of removing trash bins from subway platforms, which will implement a six-month monitoring and analysis process.

Bookstore introduces new programs to simplify textbook payment process

The NYU Bookstore is introducing in-store textbook rentals and online price comparisons to simplify the book search process.

Freshman cruise successfully sells out

More than 1,000 freshmen boarded two cruise ships on Sunday evening, ending Welcome Week and kicking off the school year with glamour.

Seasoned NYU students share Welcome Week advice

These four NYU students give tips on how to navigate Welcome Week, from getting involved on campus to exploring the city.

Expansion plan shaken, not scrapped

After its initial introduction in 2010, NYU 2031 has been pushed through multiple fine-tooth combs and finally received a green light from the City Council in June.

Bloomberg says no to big, sugary beverages

With increasing cases of death and illness due to obesity and diabetes, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to ban large sugary drinks will come to a final vote in September.
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