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Students in line in front of the Cantor Film Center building. Illustrated on top of the picture, in front of the students in line, is a red-and-gold stanchion and a yellow table that reads “drinks” with coffee cups on top of it.

Off-Third: NYU should provide refreshments to students waiting in Cantor line

We’ve all seen the line spilling onto the sidewalk at Eighth Street and University Place. It’s about time we pass out some refreshments to the poor students outside of Cantor.
April 14, 2022

It’s 9:30 a.m. It’s cold and slightly misty outside, partially due to the exhaust from cars zooming down Eighth Street and partially due to the breath coming from the students’...

On July 1, NYU Dentistry partnered with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and the VA New York Harbor Healthcare System. Through the Veterans Oral Care Access Resource, NYU Dentistry will work to provide dental care for NYC veterans. (©Sorel: Courtesy of NYU Photo Bureau)

NYU Dentistry to provide dental care for NYC veterans

The Veterans Oral Care Access Resource works to give veterans affordable dental care.
November 11, 2021

Michael O’Connor has spent his career advocating for affordable veteran dental care on behalf of his father, who fought in World War II. His father received healthcare from the...

Photo by Matthew Bisanz

WNYU: The new marijuana marketplace

November 11, 2021

Editor’s Note: This article is a full transcript of the segment from The Rundown, which has been lightly edited for format and consistency. Thank you to WNYU for the collaboration! In...

Photo by Carlo Allegri

WNYU: The Thomas Jefferson statue at City Hall — where should it go?

November 11, 2021

Editor’s Note: This article is a full transcript of the segment from The Rundown, which has been lightly edited for format and consistency. Thank you to WNYU for the collaboration! On...

NYU students, faculty and staff can now have their university ID cards reprinted to reflect chosen names and gender-affirming photos. (Staff Illustration by Manasa Gudavalli)

NYU offers free new ID cards to reflect chosen names, updated photos

The university’s Card Center will now help students, faculty and staff better reflect their gender identities with updated ID cards.
October 22, 2021

To better support the gender expression of students, faculty and staff, NYU community members can now have their university identification cards reprinted for free with a chosen...