President Hamilton Didn’t Attend President’s Service Awards

President Andrew Hamilton did not attend the annual President's Service Awards, at which he was expected to recognize selected students and student groups. He attended the event last year. “President Hamilton makes many University events, but...

How ‘Hip’ Is NYU?: University Asks Students in New Survey

A select number of NYU students woke up to an email on Friday morning asking them to participate in a survey about how they perceive NYU. SimpsonScarborough, an educational consulting firm which is currently...

After Serving Millions of Meals in Puerto Rico, Celebrated Chef and Humanitarian Visits NYU

After Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in 2017, chef José Andrés served about three million meals over three months to victims left without power, water or access to food. Andrés spoke about his humanitarian work...

After Being Denied US Entry, BDS Co-Founder Phones in at Jewish Voice for Peace...

In light of active resistance against the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement in the U.S., activists discussed their support and experiences with the movement in an event at the Kimmel Center for University Life...

Fire Erupts at Historic Notre Dame Cathedral Near NYU Paris

Not knowing whether to run toward or away from the flames, crowds shrouded in disbelief watched as a fire ripped through one of Paris’s most famous landmarks, Notre Dame Cathedral, on Monday evening. The...

BDS Movement Co-Founder, Set to Speak at NYU, Denied Entry to US

A prominent Palestinian rights activist, scheduled to speak at NYU, was denied entry to the U.S. on Wednesday. Omar Barghouti, slated to give a talk on Monday, is the co-founder of the Boycott, Divest and...

Welcome to NYU! But Wait a Semester

When NYU released its breakdown of the accepted Class of 2023, some students were missing from the data. Spring admits — students accepted to the university who start a semester late —  don’t receive...

Researchers Combat Anti-Vax Myths After Measles Outbreak

After a months-long measles outbreak, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a public emergency in Brooklyn and made vaccines mandatory last week. Of the 465 cases reported in the U.S. just this...

Students Urge NYU to Reevaluate Ties With Nike Due to Its Labor Practices

Student activists discussed at an event on Thursday Nike’s mistreatment of workers following the company’s withdrawal from Indonesia and decision to provide minimal or no severance pay to Indonesian workers in 2011. Two Indonesian...

Brennan Center Fights DOJ for Information on Convicted Terrorists

NYU School of Law’s Brennan Center for Justice claimed that the U.S. Department of Justice withheld information on convicted terrorists without good cause in a lawsuit filed on Monday. The Freedom of Information Act gives...

Like NYU, Barnard Drops Aramark for Chartwells

Barnard College decided to drop Aramark as a food service provider in favor of Chartwells in an announcement on Thursday. The Compass Group subsidiary will take over the college’s dining operations in summer 2019,...

University Student Leaders Share Ways to Combat Campus Food Insecurity

Students and faculty leaders from universities in Alabama, New Jersey and New York discussed how to better address food insecurity on their campuses via Skype on Wednesday. Steinhardt graduate student Jonathan Chin got the idea...
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