Migrants in Caravan Used as Political Cudgel in Run-Up to Election

Thousands of people fleeing dangerous conditions and unemployment in Central America in a caravan have become the latest group to be weaponized by Republicans in the political war escalating ahead of the midterm elections...

From the Books to the Polls, NYU Students Ace the Midterms

Two students speak about working on midterm campaigns.

Rebuking Aramark, Students Pressure NYU Dining Services

SGA passed a resolution to boycott food service providers such as Aramark, Compass Group USA and AVI Foodsystems because of their relationships with prisons, although all three companies expressed interest in submitting a proposal to NYU’s bidding process.

Unlawful Surveillance Reported at NYU

A breakdown of crimes reported to NYU Public Safety between Oct. 23 and Nov. 2.

Transgender Activists Protest Trump, Prepare to Vote

With a push to rollback Obama-era policies that had expanded transgender rights, activists are protesting Trump and looking to elect representatives that oppose the possible changes.

The Black Sheep Is in Limbo After Pivot to Video and Memes

Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections, here’s what you need to know about local and statewide elections pertinent to the NYU community.

New York Prepares for Pivotal Elections

Ahead of Tuesday’s midterms, a preview of the races most pertinent to the NYU community.

Student Introduces BDS Resolution, to Vote by Secret Ballot

Divesting from pro-Israel corporations that violate Palestinian rights could harm Tandon students job prospects.

NYU Gears Up for Midterm Election

In lower Manhattan, a beating heart of liberal America, NYU and its community is expected to vote overwhelmingly Democratic in an election that is being considered a referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency.

Brazilian NYU Community Divided Over Far-Right President-Elect

In the wake of a divisive campaign season, 55 percent of the Brazilian electorate elected Jair Bolsonaro to the presidency on Sunday. A far-right candidate, Bolsonaro ran on a campaign of eliminating political corruption...

New Yorkers Let Loose at Packed Halloween Parade

At the annual New York City Village Halloween Parade, WSN met a queen from Colombia, Bob and Linda Belcher and a cotton candy-costumed foodie.

Professors Spar With NYU Over Self-Expression on BDS

NYU’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors came out in support of University of Michigan academics who have declined to write letters of recommendation to students applying to Israeli universities in protest...