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The Marron Institute of Urban Management, where two new graduate-level courses on urban policy will be introduced in Fall 2017: Topics in Urban Management and Methods of Policy Analysis.

New Politics Classes to Be Offered Through Marron Institute of Urban Management

NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management will partner with the politics department to offer new courses next semester - including topics in urban management and methods of policy analysis.
Apr 26, 2017
NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management will partner with the politics department to offer new courses next semester — including topics in urban management and methods of policy analysis.
A speaker talks at the Kimmel Center for University Life, as part of the Sanctuary Campus movement, Wednesday. Tension has been growing among students as NYU President Andrew Hamilton has failed to declare the university a sanctuary campus for undocumented students in response to the hard-line immigration policy being implemented by U.S. President Donald Trump.

Sanctuary Campus Movement Takes to the Kimmel Stairs

Mar 2, 2017
NYU Sanctuary Campus held a rally in Kimmel before heading to President Andrew Hamilton's town hall to advocate for NYU to become a sanctuary campus.
Guillaume Sylvain is one of three who have recently been named Rhodes scholars.

Talking to the NYU Abu Dhabi Senior Awarded a Rhodes Scholarship

Nov 30, 2016
Q&A with Guillaume Sylvain, a NYU student who was named a 2016 Rhodes Scholar.
President-elect, Donald Trump, proposed many ideas during his presidential campaign, but due to their equivocation on the major issues, here are the top 6 that will impact NYU students.

How Will Trump’s Policies Affect You? We Broke It Down

Nov 18, 2016
A look at Trump's policies on race, taxes, international relations, healthcare and education.

Presidential Election Overshadows Local Ones

Oct 31, 2016
NYU students talk about whether or not they are interested in local elections in light of the Presidential election.
A government-issued identification card, IDNYC grants New York City residents access to public libraries, schools, and city services.

IDNYC Offers Students Affordable Perks Across the City

Oct 18, 2016
IDNYC helps NYU with its affordability efforts.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Nosh the Vote campaign brought voter registration to NY Dosa’s in WSP on October 11th.

Students Talk Voting Importance in Light of NY Deadline

Oct 14, 2016
NYU students still think it's important to vote in New York, even if it's a blue state.
NYU is one of several Universities to offer free tampons to its students.

Removing Financial Menace from Menstruation

Oct 4, 2016
NYU students have created a petition that urges the university to provide free menstrual hygiene products in all restrooms on campus.
Army veteran David Luscombe in uniform. He has found a close community with other veterans and the LGBTQ center.

From Combat to Classroom, NYU Vets Face Challenges

Sep 22, 2016
Despite increased financial support from the university, veterans at NYU still strive to create a cohesive and thriving community.