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All content by Zoe Thompson
Suppr provides a service that combines Tinder and Yelp to match people for meals.

Junior creates app for dating, eating

April 26, 2015
Gallatin junior Daita Goswamy Is launching Suppr, an app aimed at matching people based on similar dining interests and location. App users will be able to develop new relationships and simultaneously share a good meal.
Manasi Prakash is the winner of Glamour Magazines Top 10 College Women 2015 prize for her nonprofit, Brighter Today.

Junior named to Top 10 College Women list

April 19, 2015
Profile of CAS junior Manasi Prakash, winner of Glamour Magazine's Top 10 College Women 2015 prize for her nonprofit, Brighter Today
Ally Week events will go on until Friday, April 17.

Week-long event encourages ‘allyship’

April 16, 2015
Hosted by the LGBTQ Student Center and Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, Ally Week has been in full swing this week. The week-long event has focused on achieving unity and understanding amongst marginalized social groups.

Slam! at NYU continues win streak

April 12, 2015
Profile of the poets in the Poetry Slam! team and their win at CUPSI 2015

Crime Log: March 20 to 23

March 30, 2015
A weekly round-up of crime from around campus.

Crime Log: Feb. 20-27

March 2, 2015
A weekly round-up of crime from around campus.

Curator plans to modernize MoMA

March 2, 2015
Discussion panel between Professor Shelley Rice (Dept. of Photography & Imaging) and Quentin Bajac (MOMA's Chief Curator of Photography)

‘Blackfish’ writer talks animals, tech

February 23, 2015
The "Digital Animals" Conference addressed impact of techology on animal protection with speakers including Tim Zimmermann, co-writer/associative producer of "Blackfish"

Kimmel Galleries features photographer Stephen Mallon

February 19, 2015
Interview with photographer and environmentalist Stephen Mallon, who has a show in the Kimmel Galleries.
Rescuing Leftover Cuisine was started in July 2013.

Alumnus’ nonprofit helps fight hunger

February 18, 2015
NYU alum of 2013, Robert Lee created an app called Rescuing Leftover Cuisine that delivers leftover food from groceries, bakeries, and restaurants to food shelters and pantries throughout Manhattan.

Researchers link HIV influx to Craigslist

February 10, 2015
Researchers from NYU and the University of Minnesota conducted a study that linked Craigslist personal ads with as many as 6,000 new cases of HIV across the country each year.
Leah Lavigne released her sophomore album “Peripeteia” on Nov. 4.

Freshman discusses musical growth

February 4, 2015
Freshman releases sophomore album.
Delicious eats for Polish Independence Day

Delicious eats for Polish Independence Day

November 11, 2014
New York City restaurants offer authentic Polish food.
Danziger discusses meditative writing

Danziger discusses meditative writing

September 11, 2014
Emmy Award-winning actress Maia Danziger, an NYU alumna, returned on Sept. 5 to the Gallatin School of Individualized Study to discuss her meditative writing program, Relax and Write.