Panelists analyze child care in NYC

In recognition of the challenges presented by a lack of funding in childhood care, leaders in early childhood care policies and Steinhardt Educational Leadership program hosted a panel to discuss child care in New...

SPS Changes Paul McGhee Division to Provide Affordable Education

Earlier this summer, NYU’s School of Professional Studies announced it would restructure its Paul McGhee Division, which incorporates liberal arts into professional studies, to primarily grant two-year associate degrees. Due to the change, the...

Tandon Students Feel Neglected in Wake of Othmer Hall Flooding

In the early hours of Monday, Feb. 19, six pipes burst on the fourth floor of Othmer Residence Hall in Brooklyn, leaving 24 students in six rooms on three floors submerged under inches of...

Medical School graduate falls from residence hall

The death of 2014 graduate Sean O'Rourke is still being investigated.

Students to mentors program arrives at NYU

Let's Get Ready gives high school students a mentor during the college application process.

Professor Sells NYU-Owned Townhouse For Millions

An NYU professor made $8.3 million by selling a property originally owned by NYU — a deal which the university profited from, too — as reported by the New York Post. In 1996 the NYU...

Former Tanzanian President Speaks at NYU

NYU’s Africa House has hosted some high-profile guests, including the former Presidents of Ghana, Namibia and Uganda. Its most recent visiting diplomat was the former President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, who spoke to diplomats,...

UPDATE: 4 Things You Need to Know About Banning the Box at NYU

Washington Square News sat down with members of the Incarceration to Education Coalition to flesh out some discrepancies between the group and NYU administrators over whether disciplinary and criminal history questions should be included...

MTA to increase fares in March

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced on Jan. 22 it will raise the fare for riding the subway or the bus from $2.50 to $2.75, among other pricing changes being made. The new fares and...

Hacking event capitalizes on Bitcoin

A 24-hour Bitcoin hackathon hosted by the NYU’s Leslie Entrepreneurs Lab gave college students an opportunity to find innovative ways to incorporate Bitcoin into various platforms. The hackathon, which took place on Nov. 14...

College Cohort Program begins sophomore year for CAS

The College Cohort Program continues to evolve as it enters its second year in the College of Arts and Science.

University revisits past ban on Coca-Cola

Coke was banned on campus from 2005 to 2009.
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