The Outlying and Malicious Tuition Policy of NYU

You would be hard pressed to find an NYU student clamoring for more responsibilities in their schedule. But when it comes to academic classes,...

Confessions of a Prelaw Student

As a junior in NYU’s prelaw program, I have never faced anything quite as terrifying as the idea of law school. I’ve known I...

What NYU Gets Wrong About Confronting Racism

Last week, graduate student Shahem Mclaurin posted a tweet — which has since gone viral — about racial discrimination he experienced in one of...

STEM Students Need Seminars, Too

Every semester, thousands of aspiring doctors, engineers, surgeons and researchers square up against a common foe, one they must tackle before their days of...

When Your NYU Community Doesn’t Respect You

NYU is the first community I have truly chosen to be a part of. I love this community, and the people in it. I...

The Misleading Nature of Veganism

In the complex, polarizing world of nutrition and diets, people tend to favor black and white rules to answer their questions. But simple answers...

Finding Home in New York City

Entering college, I had a very strict, categorical definition of what home meant. To me, home was the idea of feeling fully grounded in...

What the Proponents of the BDS Resolution Don’t Want You to Know

Among factual inaccuracies and unfair proceedings, the BDS resolution seems less like a push for responsible investments and more like an intended attack on Israel.

Breaking Down the Core Experience

NYU’s College Core Curriculum does not leave enough room for students to explore within and outside of their majors.

Why NYU Must Support the Resolution on the Human Rights of Palestinians

Our tuition is funding human rights violations — we must hold NYU accountable and put an end to this practice.

SGA Should Vote No on the Upcoming BDS Vote

On Oct. 29, over 20 student clubs and organizations came together to honor the lives of those who perished in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting,...

NYU Has an Abu Dhabi Problem

The case of Matthew Hedges, the British academic sentenced to life in prison who has since been pardoned, is not the first event to put NYU’s Emirati venture in an awkward position — and it won’t be the last.
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