Transgender Students Push for More Resources

Students are responsible for many of NYU’s structural changes — it was students who got the school to remove a question about incarceration from the common application, who protested its old dining service provider,...

NYU Text-A-Therapist App Yields Few Users, Poor Experiences

One year after the Student Health Center launched an app that allows those in need of mental health services to message a counselor 24/7, some students say the concept of online therapy is impersonal...

Underrepresented Students Demand Support From NYU

When President Donald Trump rescinded support for children of undocumented immigrants on Sept. 5, 2017, NYU’s president, Andrew Hamilton, was quick to offer support to students who were affected. “NYU is committed to fully supporting...

NYU’s Interfraternity Frats to Stop Recruiting After This Semester

NYU’s Interfraternity Council fraternities will suspend recruiting altogether come Spring 2020, according to a Monday morning press release by the IFC. This comes after several frats were suspended or banned from campus due to...

Student Government Letters of Support Seek to Raise Awareness, Enact Change

NYU Student Government Assembly generally passes multiple letters of support every semester that seek to take a stance, call attention to or demand action on a pressing issue. WSN spoke to the authors of...

Trans Awareness Week Starts by Tackling How to Make Feminism Trans-Inclusive

NYU kicked off its Trans Awareness Week with an event on Monday informing students on how to support the feminist movement while being inclusive of transgender people. The panel event was called “Not On Our...

Unexpected Charges Leave Students Distrustful of Courtesy Meals Program

The Courtesy Meals Program, which is supposed to be free, affected some financially vulnerable students’ aid packages this week, leading to confusion and distrust of the program. The CMP provides students with Dining Dollars —...

Tisch Awards MetroCard Scholarships for Students Who Live On Campus

On-campus Tisch students commuting to far-away acting studios for their classes have been awarded stipends for MetroCards, according to an email sent by Tisch dean Allyson Green last month. The announcement of the scholarship follows...

NYU Students Don’t Know if the Degree Is Worth the Debt

Phillip Youmans was 17 when he started production of his feature film “Burning Cane,” 18 when he submitted it to Tribeca Film Festival as an NYU first-year and 19 when he became the first...

Stern Alumnus Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading

One year after graduating, Stern alumnus Bill Tsai was arrested for leveraging his position at an investment bank to illegally make almost $100,000 off the stock market — something he pleaded guilty to last...

Graduate Students Protest NYU’s Continued Employment of Professor Who Sexually Harassed a Student

Calling on NYU to fire Professor Avital Ronell — who returned this semester after a year-long suspension for sexually harassing a student — around 20 graduate student workers protested outside of Bobst Library on...

Admins Talk Carbon Neutrality, Hamilton Dodges Gentrification Questions at Sustainability Town Hall

Students and administration discussed the university’s efforts toward sustainability, including carbon emission reduction and LEED certification of NYU buildings during a town hall with President Andrew Hamilton on Tuesday. Attended by more than 30 NYU...
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