Resolution addressing tuition increases and financial aid heads to the University Senate

A resolution addressing the financial burdens of NYU students due to the COVID-19 pandemic is heading to the University Senate today, March 25, after passing through the Student Senators Council and Student Government Assembly....

GSOC and supporters rally for strike authorization vote

Members of the Graduate Student Organizing Committee gathered at Gould Plaza yesterday to mark the start of their vote on a strike authorization. They were joined by supporters from labor unions and activist groups...

NYU professor linked to Cuomo’s cover-up of nursing home deaths

Linda Lacewell, the superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services and an adjunct professor at the NYU School of Law, is one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aides accused of changing...

Bloomberg Philanthropies donates $25 million for graduate fellowship at Wagner

Bloomberg Philanthropies donated $25 million to the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service earlier this month to endow the Georgina and Charlotte Bloomberg Public Service Fellows Program. The fellowship is expected to...

Howard University and NYU form academic partnership

NYU’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing, a predominantly white institution, has established an education and research partnership with Howard University’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, a historically Black college and university. The...

Rallies in New York City call attention to anti-Asian violence

Multiple rallies in New York City this weekend brought awareness to anti-Asian violence, which spiked in tandem with the COVID-19 pandemic last spring and has surged again in recent months. The rallies also sought...

Graduate workers announce strike vote as contract deadlock continues

Members of the Graduate Student Organizing Committee will start voting tomorrow on whether to authorize a strike after nine months of bargaining with NYU have failed to produce a new contract for the over...

Tisch alumni recognized at Golden Globes and Oscars

Tisch alumnae Chloé Zhao and Karishma Dev Dube made headlines in recent weeks for their groundbreaking awards show recognitions. Dube’s short film “Bittu” was one of 10 finalists on the shortlist for best live-action...

NYU holds vigil for Atlanta shooting victims and victims of anti-Asian violence

Daoyou Feng, Delaina Ashley Yaun, Julie Park, Hyun-jeong Park, Paul Andre Michels and Xiaojie Tan were among eight people — six of whom were Asian women — shot dead by a 21-year-old white man...

University community reacts to return to campus

NYU students around the world have dealt with an online life of unreliable internet and mismatched timezones for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, many are anticipating the day they return to...

University community responds to surge in anti-Asian racism

Disclaimer: This article was written and edited before the recent shootings in Atlanta. The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 to be a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. Now, after a year of quarantining, mask-wearing...

As spring approaches, break doesn’t

An Oct. 20 message from President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming announced the cancellation of 2021’s spring break plans to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. In its place, the University Senate and the...
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