Student Government’s Semester-in-Review

Besides letters of support, NYU’s Student Government Assembly did not pass — or even present — a single resolution this semester. Instead, it has focused efforts on enacting change through direct relations with administrators...

Tisch Fails to Connect Acting and Film Students

At the beginning of each semester, Tisch School of the Arts hosts a mixer for students in the undergraduate drama and Film & Television mixer to try and facilitate collaboration between the two departments....

NYU Shanghai Criticized for Unlisted, Pro-Government Course

NYU Shanghai offered a course involving various pro-China media and trips to monuments that commemorate communist martyrs last year at the request of the Chinese government, as reported by VICE. The course was first offered...

NYU London Holds Its Breath as U.K. Approaches Brexit Deadline

As the U.K. government extends its Brexit deadline from Oct. 31 to Jan. 31 of next year, many potential ramifications of the U.K.’s separation from the European Union remain unknown. The ambiguity of the...

Former Langone Employee Claims NYU Discriminated Against Him Due to His Chronic Back Pain

A former employee at NYU Langone Medical Center is suing the institution for alleged discrimination, asserting that his employers fired him for requesting to work in a capacity that did not inflame his chronic...

NYU Is Sustainable, When It Makes Money

NYU’s vegan, bike-riding, meal plan-having Chief Sustainability Officer Cecil Scheib spends his days trying to convince big names in university administration to better NYU’s impact on the environment. And, largely, he’s successful. How? He’s learned...

Pro-Hong Kong, Pro-China Protesters Clash Ahead of NYU Law Human Rights Panel

Protesters who say pro-democracy efforts by Hong Kong residents are too violent gathered outside NYU School of Law's D'Agostino Hall on Monday night, shouting and chanting for their cause. Across from them was an...

Frat Recruitment Ban Leaves More Questions Than Answers

Recruitment by fraternities at NYU was recently suspended for the Spring 2020 semester due to reports of hazing that have led to the suspension or banning of several frats in the last few semesters.  Despite...

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...
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