Town Hall Highlights Few Resources for Food-Insecure International Students

Students affected by food insecurity came together to talk about the scope of the issue and how it is being dealt with at NYU.

Steinhardt Sets Sights on LA

With NYU looking to expand in LA, Steinhardt students now hope to take advantage of new opportunities in the City of Angels.

NYU Recipients React to Making Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List

Nineteen NYU community members made the list this year.

Langone Employee Punched by Unidentified Man

A list of crimes reported to Public Safety from Nov. 2 to 15.

The ‘Holodeck’ Propels NYU to the Future

Four NYU departments are bringing science-fiction into reality with the creation of a virtual reality instrument, the Holodeck, that enables users to step into another world without leaving campus.

NYU’s Involvement in Amazon Bid Unclear

NYU President Andrew Hamilton has said the university was “part of the bid” to bring Amazon’s new headquarters to New York City.

Club Fest Is Now at Your Fingertips

A team led by a former student has created an app that will allow students to easily connect with clubs that match their interests.

California Students Watch From Afar as Their Home State Burns

Students share their experiences with the wildfires in California while away at school.

[email protected] Town Hall Highlights: Faculty Want Money, Students Want Inclusivity

In a presentation to students on the [email protected] survey conducted by the university, President Andrew Hamilton addressed issues ranging from diversity at NYU, sexual misconduct, Aramark’s prison ties, and the potential of a university program in Los Angeles.

Students Test How Little Trash They Can Produce During Zero-Waste Week

NYU’s Office of Sustainability challenged students to go green for the week.

Jerusalem Post Correspondent Talks BDS on Campus

Realize Israel invited Chief Political Correspondent Gil Hoffman to speak to students about BDS and Israeli politics.

Man Threatens to Jump From Building Near Alumni Hall

After a man threatened to jump from his three-story apartment, students near Alumni Residence Hall and the Barney Building stopped in their tracks.