Study looks into nature of eyes

Christine Wang, Contributing Writer

A new study conducted by an NYU professor and a visiting scholar in UPenn reveals that our eyes multitask even when we don't want them to.

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Recent NEWS Stories

Tuition hikes questioned

March 26, 2015

NYU tuition will reach...  Read More »

Groups of protesters rally at the 104th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, in which 146 people died.

Activists remember Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire

March 25, 2015

Students, activists...  Read More »

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NYU Reacts: Sexual assault education

March 25, 2015

NYU released a mandatory...  Read More »

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Professor discusses poverty research

March 25, 2015

Michal Shamai spoke...  Read More »

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Tips for finding your next apartment

Nina Jang, Deputy Features Editor

The search for an apartment may seem daunting and overwhelming but by keeping a few tips in mind, the process will become immensely easier.

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‘Posterity’ portrays artistic struggle

‘Posterity’ portrays artistic struggle

Willa Tellekson-Flash, Contributing Writer

Doug Wright's off-Broadway play "Posterity" depicts an artist's struggle to receive funding for a project, filled with plot twists and abruptness.

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Recent ARTS Stories

The Becoming Another exhibit explores the use of masks in diverse Northern Hemisphere cultures, from Tibetan and Japanese to Native American.

Exhibit unmasks different cultures

March 26, 2015

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Leandra Leal, left, and Milhem Cortaz star in “A Wolf at the Door.”

‘Wolf’ fails to come to life

March 25, 2015

Fernando Coimbra’s...  Read More »

On Kawara’s “July 16, 1969” represents the day of the Apollo 11 launch.

On Kawara retrospective stuns with size, scope

March 25, 2015

In 2014, the art world...  Read More »

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NBA needs mandatory college policy

Brad Waldstreicher, Contributing Writer

One-and-dones. Are they good for college basketball? And if not, is the problem fixable?

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Recent SPORTS Stories

Baseball suffers loss to SUNY Maritime

March 26, 2015

The Violets fought hard...  Read More »

The NYU hockey team celebrates after defeating Florida Gulf Coast University, 5-4, to win the ACHA D2 National Championship on Tuesday.

Men’s hockey wins ACHA championship

March 25, 2015

The NYU hockey team...  Read More »

Woman Tennis player Carmen Lai was a two-year member of the tennis team at the University of Delaware before attending NYU.

Junior starts spring season strong

March 24, 2015

The NYU women’s tennis...  Read More »

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