At a university that tends to hold the arts in a higher standing than sports, student-athletes deal with low interest and travel challenges. Through it all, though, those who compete for the Violets take pride in decades of history and accolades.
Parsons School of Design student Koko Clarke uses her senior thesis to examine the intersection of fashion, technology, and efficiency. By Alexandra Delyanis
Alexandra Delyanis and Rayne Ellis sit down with NYU students Ioana Holt and William Wang to talk opening a specialty foods cafe called Rose and Basil and creating healthy desserts.
NYU students converged on the Kimmel Center Tuesday night to celebrate both the end of the election and the dawning of a new era. Hundreds gathered inside the Rosenthal Pavilion to watch the frantic finish of one of the most contentious presidential races in modern American history.
The event, which only ran until 11 o’clock, ended hours before Secretary Clinton conceded the race. But the festivities were joyful, and most in attendance appeared happy the election had finally come to an end.
Terrance Coffie started his professional education behind bars, went on to earn his GED, graduate from Bronx Community College, and later NYU’s Silver School of School of Social Work. With the support of a transitional program called The Doe Fund and the love of his family Coffie received “The Excellence In Leadership Award” and “The Presidents Service Award” from NYU. Coffie has since been accepted to attend graduate school and has helped start “The Pathways Program”, which helps young men lacking resources and connects them to educational opportunities. Many of the men he mentors have gone on to graduate with degrees of their own.