Startup That Connects Musicians to Venues Takes Home $20,000 Prize

The InnoVention Society hosted an event on Thursday at the Tandon School of Engineering where six teams of student entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to a panel of four judges in a Shark Tank-style...

Survey Shows Men Outnumber Women More Than 2-to-1 Among Tenured Faculty

Nearly all full-time professors at NYU — over 90% — have tenure, but fewer than 30% of them are women, according to a nationwide survey released by the American Association of University Professors in...

March for Science Emphasizes Diversity, Green New Deal

Wall Street was filled with chants from a nearly 1,000-person crowd gathered for the March for Science on Saturday. “Give us a Green New Deal, climate change is real!” the marchers chanted. The first March for...

Student Files Lawsuit Against NYU Over Allegedly False Hazing Charges

A student filed a lawsuit against NYU last month alleging that the university wrongfully concluded that he was involved in a fraternity’s hazing incident that inflicted burns on multiple students. The hazing incident took...

SGA Supports Measures to Examine NYU’s ‘Ageist’ Policies

At its last meeting of the semester, the Student Government Assembly passed a letter of support against policies at NYU they claim are ageist. The letter calls on the university administration to review these...

Husband of Presidential Hopeful Pete Buttigieg Talks Transitioning to Life on the Campaign Trail

Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of 2020 presidential candidate and mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg, spoke at an NYU College Democrats event on Thursday at the Kimmel Center for University Life. NYU College...

Department of Social and Cultural Analysis Pledges Noncooperation With NYU Tel Aviv

NYU’s Department of Social and Cultural Analysis has pledged noncooperation with the university’s study away site in Tel Aviv. The move was due to entry restrictions imposed by the Israeli government that have affected...

How The L Train Shutdown Is Affecting Students

The long-promised construction on the L train has finally arrived, and with it, many NYU students who live in Brooklyn have to change how they commute to Manhattan. Tisch sophomore Carol Zeitune lives in Bushwick...

Robot Hall Monitor Wins Top Prize at NYU Tandon High School Robotics Competition

A robot that can roam the halls of any school in the nation, looking for any students outside of the classroom and reporting them at a moment’s notice won first place at a robotics...

Controversial New York Times Columnist Discusses Rising Anti-Semitism

Students crowded the auditorium at the Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life to hear New York Times columnist Bret Stephens speak at an event co-hosted by TorchPAC and Realize Israel on Monday. Stephens and...

Students Mourn and Reflect at Vigil for Poway Synagogue Shooting

https://youtu.be/m_lXQO4R70U As the sun began to set over Washington Square Park, a group of approximately 75 students and New Yorkers gathered in a circle under the arch to commemorate the victims and those affected by...

President Hamilton in WSJ Op-Ed: ‘Had It Been up to Me, SJP Would Not...

After not attending the President’s Service Awards earlier this month at which Students for Justice in Palestine was honored, NYU President Andrew Hamilton wrote in an op-ed on Monday that he would not have...
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