NYU student groups organize against anti-Asian hate

When CAS junior Yijie “Frank” Huang saw plans in late March for rallies in response to a surge in violent anti-Asian hate crimes, he created a WeChat group to encourage his fellow Chinese international...

COVID-19 vaccine requirement pop-up was an error, NYU administration says

On April 8, Global Liberal Studies sophomore Dylan Yen saw a pop-up on the NYU Student Health Center portal stating that the COVID-19 vaccine was required for all in-person students. After reading the information,...

Students will be able to digitally access 150,000 NYU Libraries books from their phones

NYU Libraries launched a pilot project last month to make more than 150,000 books available to faculty and students through SimplyE, a free e-reader app developed by the New York Public Library. SimplyE is an...

NYU Langone concealed treatment costs

A Wall Street Journal investigation revealed late last month that NYU Langone Medical Center was using specialized computer code to prevent hospital pricing information from appearing in internet search results. The investigation determined that...

GSOC authorizes potential strike

Members of the Graduate Student Organizing Committee voted to authorize a strike, with 96.4% of participating union members voting to approve the potential action. The results do not necessarily mean that graduate student workers...

SGA passes three resolutions, and all of them require student participation

SGA Chief of Staff Anthony Cruz co-proposed three resolutions:  Resolution on Anti-Racism and Justice, Holistic Representation on the NYU Board of Trustees and Student Notice and Comment, which will be brought before the University...

How will Safe Ride’s partnership with Via affect NYU students?

As a sophomore last year, College of Arts and Science junior Daniel Cienava used NYU Safe Ride frequently. Cienava’s worst experience was waiting four hours for a ride at 2 a.m. Overall, his encounters...

Cutting ties with line cutters: A student’s friendships are tested after ineligible friends get...

Amber Alirahi has witnessed the effects of the pandemic firsthand. The Liberal Studies first-year lost a loved one due to COVID-19 in early May of 2020. She witnessed her sister, a nurse caring for...

SCA students argue for reparations at NYU

An open letter drafted and signed by six Justice Lab students demands that NYU implement reparations for Black students and communities affected by the legacy of chattel slavery in lower Manhattan and the United...

Teaching assistants at Tandon on strike

Undergraduate teaching assistants for the General Engineering 1003 class at Tandon went on strike Monday, April 5, demanding a minimum wage of $25 an hour and better working conditions. Every semester, hundreds of students take...

Farbin Towhid, Tisch first-year beloved for kindness, passion and talent, dies at 19

Content warning: this article mentions suicide. Dozens of NYU students gathered around the Washington Square Arch on April 6 to remember Tisch first-year Farbin Towhid, who was found dead in her home in Allen, Texas...

NYU to begin vaccinating students today

NYU will begin vaccinating students on April 6. The university’s announcement coincides with New York state’s decision to open up COVID-19 vaccines to New York residents aged 16 and older. “NYU strongly encourages all eligible...
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