Seeing pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, various organizations around campus have organized various fundraising events to promote research and raise awareness of symptoms. On Oct. 9, the NYU Muslim Student Association organized various events...

Black Lives Matter still going strong with October call to action

Just over a month out from the anniversary of mass nationwide protests in the wake of the death of Michael Brown, the Black Lives Matter movement has shown no sign of slowing down. As a...

Pharrell to spend year as artist-in-residence at Tisch

As if NYU students weren’t starstruck enough, they now have another reason to be “Happy”: Pharrell Williams, R&B musician, producer and entrepreneur, will be joining the university as an artist-in-residence this year as part...

FASP says better Coles replacement is needed

While midterm season is in full swing, students often turn to NYU’s athletic facilities to unwind after stressful nights. However, many are starting to wonder where they will go once the Jerome S. Coles...

NYU entrepreneurial teams to join Cornell summit

Three student teams from NYU will be presenting their startup ideas at the annual Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit NYC on Nov. 6. Named “Erase the Edge: Get to the Edge, Erase it and Envision the...

Physics professor talks fruit fly larvae research

Marc Gershow, an NYU assistant professor in the Department of Physics, received a National Science Foundation CAREER award for his work involving how fruit fly larvae can give insights into sense of smell. The...

Crime Log: Oct. 5-12

The NYU Department of Public Safety received three reports of larceny, two reports of controlled substance, two reports of burglary, one report of dating violence, one report of harassment and one report of criminal trespass...

NYU goes green with Zero Waste

Do you think you could last a day without making trash? Today, NYU is kicking off Zero Waste Green Week, where students will spend seven days attempting to produce little to no waste. The movement...

Tandon opens first Student Health Center

The Tandon School of Engineering has opened a new wellness center at the Brooklyn campus to address the physical and mental health of the NYU community. Associate Vice President for Student Health Carlo Ciotoli said the...

GSOC holds work-in, says university not holding up their end of the contract

Fists raised and heads down, a group of graduate students huddled on a couch together in Bobst Library’s atrium on Thursday afternoon. This “work-in,” in which graduate students occupied Bobst by doing their work,...

Carlyle will not close as expected in the spring

The Office of Residential Life and Housing Services announced the postponing of the construction project of Carlyle Tower 1 in an email to residents last week. The email said the university has to review the...

Final Sexton town hall sees tensions run high

On Wednesday, NYU President John Sexton discussed issues ranging from religious holidays to incarcerated education during his last Town Hall at the Pless Hall Annex, before the night inevitably turned to a discussion of...
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