Leslie eLab fosters entrepreneurial spirit

The Mark and Debra Leslie Entrepreneurs Lab celebrated its first anniversary last week. As NYU’s startup incubator, the eLab provides space and resources for...

Pay Attention to Foreign Affairs

Torn between revelations of sexual assault in Hollywood, the investigation into President Donald Trump’s administration and Russia, the crisis in Puerto Rico and a...

WEA System Highlights Underlying Racist Attitudes

On Monday, millions of New Yorkers and North New Jerseyans received an emergency alert informing them that Ahmad Khan Rahami was wanted in connection...

Another Perspective on the Holidays

It’s officially December, and that means that the holiday season is truly upon us. Walking around New York City, you can see the holiday...

The Golden Age of TV Is Costing Our TV Writers

In watching the Emmys on Sunday, it was hard to decide who should win — there are just too many amazing shows on television...

World Health Organization fails to report truth in birth defect study

The World Health Organization should be held accountable in reporting accurate birth defect statistics.

NYU should trust in Sexton, university progress

We are a superb university, but unless we address deleterious problems within our institution we will soon lose our prestige.

Drug legalization irresponsible, dangerous

While the legalization of drugs like marijuana and cocaine may present an exciting change to some people, the lack of regulation would be detrimental to society's moral and physical well-being.

The Hypocrisy of Imperialist Democracy

A coup is being orchestrated in Venezuela. Under the guise of constitutional authority and a supposed restoring of democracy, Juan Guaidó, the President of...

NYU Must Take Action On Professor’s Alleged Transphobia

On Nov. 8, NYU Psychology Professor Edgar Coons was reported to NYU's Bias Response Line, and subsequently the College of Arts and Science, for...

De Blasio’s State of the City overlooks police

Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered the annual State of the City address on Feb. 3, his second since taking office last year. Fighting inequality...

Double standards in journalism, politics

As the 2016 presidential race draws closer, candidates have been emerging to voice their views, and when they do their implicit biases and beliefs...
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