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...

[PHOTOS]: Divest demands accountability from NYU in face of climate change

On the third anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, members of NYU Divest taped their mouths shut with fake money and held a protest in Bobst on Thursday. They called upon the university to recognize the...

Greek life groups talk sex

College Greek Life is often associated with unhealthy attitudes toward sex, so for this reason the sisters of the NYU Beta Gamma Chapter of Omega Phi Beta and the brothers of Alpha Phi Delta...

Stuy Town sale promises more affordable housing

Private equity corporation Blackstone Group will acquire Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, the 80-acre residential area that has become a popular off-campus housing option for upperclassmen at NYU in recent years, in a move announced...

Sexton, students talk religion’s place in society

Well known on campus for his religious involvement, including his class "Baseball as a Road to God," President John Sexton took on students in a debate surrounding religion's impact on society Wednesday night hosted...

Panel stirs public debate about drone program

Experts labeled the United States’ drone agenda one of the most secretive programs the government has ever had at a discussion held by the NYU School of Law on Tuesday. Panelist Scott Shane discussed the...

After Tandon donation, money continues to roll in

Ever since a $100 million donation from Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon renamed the former Polytechnic School of Engineering, NYU has seemingly seen an uptick in the amount of donations coming in. New York state recently...

This bill could make your MetroCard 25 percent cheaper

A single subway swipe or bus ticket does not come at a low price, especially on a college student’s budget. In an attempt to alleviate this problem, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer is proposing...

NYU study investigates phone-killing ‘disease’

A recent study by a group of NYU scientists brings up alarming news for technology consumers: a “digital disease” built into devices can rapidly degrade its insides. The paper titled, “MAGIC: Malicious Aging in Circuits/Cores,”...

Divest fact-checks Sexton’s Town Hall

NYU Divest fact-checked claims made by president John Sexton at his final town hall last week regarding the university’s involvement with the fossil fuels industry. The group published a series of graphics which respond...

NYU addresses payroll backlog, student workers still unsatisfied

NYU released a memorandum to student workers on Friday discussing the ongoing undergraduate student-worker wage backlog. The backlog has drawn the attention of the Student Labor Action Movement, which has discussed it in meetings...

Stern hosts annual Big Data Conference

On Friday, thousands of students, professors and data professionals will gather for the Stern School of Business’s Big Data Conference, an annual event organized in collaboration with the Marketing Science Institute and the Global...
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