NYU Continues To Fail Black Students

This past week, thousands of protestors across the country gathered to protest the indictment of the three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in...

NYU Still Needs to Take Action for LGBTQ+ Rights

One year after the Stonewall riots, LGBTQ+ rights activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera organized an occupation of Weinstein Residence Hall in response...

Hotel Evictions Show NYC’s Disregard For Homeless People’s Needs

New York City announced on Tuesday that homeless people staying at The Lucerne Hotel, located in the Upper West Side, will be removed. This...

Funding the MTA Is a Necessity

Since COVID-19 shut the world down in March, millions have faced financial difficulties. The MTA is no exception. In late July, the corporation released...

Providing Spaces for Black Students Does Not Mean Segregation

As more than 4,700 Black Lives Matter protests took place in the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of a police officer...

The Consequences of NYU’s Guise of Transparency

Friday, May 1 was decision day, when many high school seniors chose where they were going to go to college for the next four...

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Must Do More For Its Students

Last week, the COVID-19 Coalition and NYU’s Graduate Student Organizing Committee hosted a Virtual Week of Action, which sought to raise awareness of the...

Prioritizing Transparency in Federal Relief Spending

The Department of Education recently released the amount of funding certain universities will receive through the CARES Act — the third installment of the...

New Yorkers Don’t Deserve Petty Politics

On Saturday, April 11, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio closed public schools for the remainder of the academic year due to concerns...

Holding Leaders More Accountable in Crisis, Not Less

During this time of crisis, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has become a figure of admiration for many Americans looking for a dependable...

The Principled Necessity of Tuition Reimbursement

On Monday, March 16, NYU President Andrew Hamilton announced the university would be transitioning to online classes due to the spread of the novel...

NYU’s Evictions Show Its Disregard for Students’ Needs

Last Monday, NYU President Andrew Hamilton sent out a letter to the student body about the closure of residence halls and the transition to...
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