[UPDATE] Proposed club finance change may increase difficulty in obtaining funding

Updated - Nov. 5, 11:35 p.m. The SSC's talks of potential changes to budget allocation for clubs were tabled until its next meeting, during the second convening of the 2015-2016 academic year on Thursday night. ASSBAC...

Burial vault unearthed by construction on campus

The NYC Department of Design and Construction must have missed the memo that Halloween was last week, as routine construction along Washington Square Park uncovered a burial vault full of skeletal remains. The vault was...

Listening to music? Your brain activity is probably on beat

Music has powerful effects on mood and information retention of human brains. Now, groundbreaking research by NYU researchers Keith Doelling and David Poeppel suggests that our brains are even more active in listening to...

Student group calls for halt in donations until NYU divests

NYU Divest launched a campaign called "No Divestment, No Donations", a petition encouraging people to withhold donations from the university unless it divests from fossil fuels. The petition was launched during Alumni Weekend, an...

NYU sues for $1.47 billion over denied Sandy insurance coverage

NYU is suing a Factory Mutual Insurance Company Global unit for $1.47 billion after being denied coverage of losses in 2012 caused by Hurricane Sandy. Langone Medical Center incurred much of the damage from the...

Students host discussion on white privilege

As a part of its month-long series of events on race and attempting to explore white privilege in the United States, the NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs hosted "Unpacking Whiteness" Tuesday night....

Offensive images at Fall Ball prompt law student backlash

The NYU School of Law has come under fire after displaying questionably appropriate imagery at its annual Fall Ball. The Halloween-themed party thrown by the Office of Student Affairs allows students to select a...

Students get spooky, boozy on Halloween

With the West Village’s Halloween parade being one of the most popular attractions on the spookiest day of the year, NYU students have a range of festivities to choose from, such as haunted houses,...

Relay for Life to paint Violets purple

Washington Square will truly become violet as Colleges Against Cancer at NYU launches Paint the Campus Purple week today to kick off the 2016 Relay for Life season. The campaign is a nationwide event...

NYUAD students win award for shocking mosquito-killing development

A group of NYU Abu Dhabi students won a bronze medal at a synthetic biology competition on Sept. 30 for a cheap, sustainable alternative to mosquito traps. The group — composed of eight engineering, mathematics...

Graduate student workers feel GSOC taxes unfair

Graduate student workers raised concerns about GSOC-related taxes, which take 2 percent of both student wages and stipends. Some students were unaware of these dues, and some are realizing that the rates are higher...

SSC holds vigil for victims of South Asian earthquake

Students of many faiths and cultures gathered on the steps of Kimmel’s grand staircase last night for a vigil in response to the recent natural disaster in Southeast Asia. A 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit...
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