Marlon Lynch to Leave NYU

The Vice President for Global Campus Safety, Marlon Lynch, will be leaving his post at NYU, as reported by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Lynch will be taking a position as Chief Safety Officer at...

Langone Employee Punched by Unidentified Man

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

NYU launches K-12 tutor program

With the school year now in full swing for most K-12 schools, parents will begin looking for programs that will help their children in academic areas they are struggling with. Fortunately, NYU's One with...

NYU-CUNY Center Involves Immigrant Community Members in Healthcare

At the NYU-CUNY Prevention Research Center, researchers are changing the way immigrant and ethnic communities access healthcare by turning to health professionals that are not doctors, nurses or researchers. Rather, they are community members,...

Incubator features NYU developers

With a first-date simulator and a murderous ape side-by-side, the second annual NYU Game Center Incubator Showcase saw developers and gamers alike get their first taste of the eight games that have been in...

NYU’s Latin American Clubs Raise Funds in Wake of Irma

One week after Hurricane Irma ravaged the Caribbean, Latin America and the Southeastern United States with Category 5 force, NYU’s fundraising efforts for the hurricane’s victims are well underway. Students in Latinos Unidos con Honor...

Tisch Alumni Used Fake Bots to Boost Celebrity Status

Scores of celebrities, political figures and entrepreneurs are using an online service that sells fake Twitter followers to bolster social media accounts, according to a recent investigation published by The New York Times. Among...

NYU Among Several Schools to Speak Against Sinclair Broadcasting Group

On the morning of April 8, NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute joined the growing list of schools signing a letter of protest addressed to Sinclair Broadcasting Group. The letter, addressed to Sinclair Executive...

Student Representation on Board of Trustees Wins in SSC Vote

Students are one step closer to having a seat at the boardroom table. In a 17-8 victory for NYU’s Student Labor Action Movement today — better known as SLAM — the Student Senators Council voted in...

From Fossil Fuels to Food, Climate Week Pushes for Environmental Responsibility

What do net-zero carbon buildings, native Hawaiian plants and the Global Citizen Festival all have in common? They’re all part of the 10th annual Climate Week NYC. From Sept. 24 to 30, the week-long...

Blue Lights Aim to Improve Campus Safety

NYU is making the campus more lit — the university is updating its emergency call boxes, also called blue light locations, by making them more visible. NYU currently has nine working locations around its Manhattan...

Academics Voice Support for Social and Cultural Analysis Department’s Boycott of NYU Tel Aviv

Multiple groups of academics have written two different letters of support for the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis' boycott of NYU Tel Aviv that started last week. NYU’s chapter of the American Association of...
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