A crowd of over 200 filled NYU’s Gould Plaza yesterday, to protest the university’s decision to host former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at the Stern School of Business. Students and activists screamed chants of “War and occupation will never bring liberation,” and “Hey, Kissinger, what do you say? How many kids have you […]
Democratic Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, the House Minority leader and a focal point of much Republican wrath, spoke at NYU Monday on the role of women in politics, just a few weeks away from the pivotal midterm elections . About 250 NYU students and community members attended a Q & A with Marianne Schnall, author of […]
At New York University, students cope with tragedy and ongoing stress through a unique source – memes. Following the harrowing news of a student suicide on Tuesday, Oct. 2, the student administrators of NYU’s meme page decided to spread messages of hope and awareness to the 11,500 and counting, members of the Facebook group. What […]
This story is featured in the Washington Square News Long before Christine Blasey Ford became a household name for accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, she was simply Aunt Chrissy to her niece, Haley Peters. “Chrissy was definitely the aunt I was closest to,” Peters, a CAS sophomore, said. “She’s always someone […]
Every chair on the Lower Level 2 of Bobst Library yesterday, was occupied by a student hunched over their laptops with eyes fixated on their screens and fingers glued to their keyboards. Every study room was booked and every outlet was in use. Papers were sprawled across the floor as students sat on the sides […]
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, […]
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 […]