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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

An aerial view of a rendering of Governors Island with various structures surrounded by trees and vegetation, with the skyline of New York City across the water.

NYU named partner in Governors Island climate center project

Students and faculty will have access to classrooms, laboratories and other spaces at the newly announced New York Climate Exchange, set to open on Governors Island in 2028.
Carmo Moniz, News Editor April 25, 2023

NYU will partner with a new $700 million international climate research center on Governors Island, alongside several other universities across the country. Students, faculty and...

181 Mercer St., located between Bleecker and West Houston Streets, is NYUs new multi-use building. The building is expected to open in fall 2022. (Staff Photo by Manasa Gudavalli)

Controversial 181 Mercer building now slated for fall 2022 opening

NYU’s flagship development, featuring classrooms, athletic facilities, housing and a theater, is the centerpiece of an ambitious expansion plan that has met persistent opposition in the 14 years since it was proposed.
Aneesh Kumar, Staff Writer September 24, 2021

NYU’s flagship development at 181 Mercer St. is approaching completion after over five years of construction. Installation of the glass-paneled exterior is expected to be completed...

The NYU Coles sports center before the construction.

The 411 on the 2031 Plan

Ashley Arnold, Contributing Writer September 8, 2016
Months after the closure of Coles and opening of the 404 Lafayette facility, the NYU community and neighborhood locals maintain mixed views of the 2031 Expansion Plan.
Changes in Faculty and Staff from the 2009-2010 to 2014-2015 academic school year.

How NYU’s Student Demographics Have Changed

Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor May 2, 2016
If we want to measure just how NYU is changing, student demographics are the place to start.
Hamilton Prioritizes Diversity, Inclusion

Hamilton Prioritizes Diversity, Inclusion

Anne Cruz and Lexi Faunce January 25, 2016
President Andrew Hamilton will continue John Sexton's legacy as he leads NYU into the new year and beyond.

Students, faculty question fundraising techniques

Alanna Bayarin, News Editor March 31, 2015
The university is asking faculty members and current students to donate to the 1831 scholarship fund.

NYU Reacts: Hamilton named NYU president

Alex Bazeley, Deputy News Editor March 23, 2015
Members of the NYU community shared their thoughts on the new university president Andrew Hamilton.
Adjunct faculty deserve better treatment

Adjunct faculty deserve better treatment

Richard Shu, Staff Columnist March 4, 2015
Adjuncts at NYU receive significantly less pay and job security than their tenure-track or contracted colleagues. The community and the administration must do more to address their concerns.
President John Sexton answers questions about university expansion.

Town Hall may be last for Sexton

Jimmy Chin, Contributing Writer February 19, 2015
NYU President John Sexton fielded questions from students about university finances and plans for the future.
Town hall focuses on sexual assault

Town hall focuses on sexual assault

Alanna Bayarin, Staff Writer November 12, 2014
Coverage of an NYU Town Hall with President John Sexton held on Tuesday, November 11th
State Senator Brad Hoylman addresses a rally opposing NYUs 2031 expansion plan on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014.

Rally opposes NYU 2031

Rebecca Spalding, contributing writer September 25, 2014
New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division heard oral arguments today about the legality of NYU's planned expansion.
NYU plans to build on the superblocks shown above as part of the 2031 Expansion Plan.

[UPDATE] NYU 2031 hearings to begin today

Rebecca Spalding, Contributing Writer September 24, 2014
NYU's appeal on the 2031 plan ruling will begin today at 2 p.m.