Activists Combat Global Food Waste at NYU

Each year, a third of all food produce — almost 1.3 billion tons — is wasted or lost globally, including almost half of all fruits and vegetables grown. In North America, 300 pounds of...

Former Planned Parenthood President Speaks at NYU

The 2016 election spurred a new wave of feminist activism with the rise of #MeToo, Time’s Up, the Women’s March and an unprecedented number of women running for public office. The policies of the...

In Light of Kavanaugh Allegations, 15 Clubs Organize Sexual Assault Vigil

The conversation ignited by Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations has made its way to NYU. A vigil, organized by 15 clubs on campus, brought numerous students to the steps of the Kimmel Center for...

Students for Justice in Palestine Protest Demolition in West Bank Village

In its first major demonstration in the 2018-2019 academic year, NYU Students for Justice in Palestine held a protest in the Kimmel Center for University Life concourse to protest the demolition of a Bedouin...

Former EPA Administrator Speaks at NYU

The consequences of being stuck with outdated environmental laws are already far-reaching. Lack of modernization of energy sources is hurting communities — and poor communities are being hit the hardest. This was one of...

While She’s at School, Her Aunt Battles Kavanaugh

Long before Christine Blasey Ford became a household name for accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, she was simply Aunt Chrissy to her niece, Haley Peters. “Chrissy was definitely the aunt I...

NYU Inches Toward Carbon Neutrality

Immersed in the concrete jungle of New York City, few universities offer less green space than NYU. Undeterred, campus leaders are committed to defying the odds and proving a point: an urban setting need...

From Music Teacher to Gubernatorial Candidate: Hawaii’s Andria Tupola Speaks at NYU

Just a few years ago, Andria Tupola could be found teaching music at Leeward Community College in Honolulu, Hawaii. Now, she is busy on the campaign trail trying to become Hawaii’s third Republican governor...

NYU Hosts Discussion on the Trauma of Having an Incarcerated Parent

More than 2.7 million children have incarcerated parents in the United States; On Tuesday, a group of NYU social workers raised awareness of this alarming statistic by holding a day-long event featuring academics and...

Tandon Celebrates MakerSpace, Opens New Design Lab

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnT0p5oHcpB/ The Tandon School of Engineering held a twofold celebration on Tuesday, marking the second anniversary of its MakerSpace while simultaneously launching a new design lab. Speakers at the event at 6 MetroTech Center included new...

With Its Contract Expiring, Student Activists Advocate for End to Aramark

Just one semester after Aramark found itself in the midst of a scandal for serving a Black History Month lunch that played into racist stereotypes, Kimmel Center for University Life reverberated with the sound...

NYU Wants You to Vote

Drawn by civic responsibility and free donuts, students filled the Kimmel Center for University Life lobby on Tuesday to celebrate National Voter Registration Day. The registration drive is part of NYU’s effort to bolster...
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