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College of Arts and Science

May 21, 2013
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Click the photo above for a gallery of images from the ceremony. May 21, 2013 10:30 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. Radio City Music Hall 1260 Avenue of the Americas 1,828 Degree Candidates On the same stage that the Rockettes kick their way through the Christmas Spectacular each December, graduates Co... Read more »

NYU global technology services links overseas classes

NYU global technology services links overseas classes

April 22, 2013
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Students in Mary Killilea’s class Where the City Meets the Sea settled into their seats as they watched students in Abu Dhabi and London also sit down at their desks on large, high definition screens. In a routine Wednesday morning session of Killilea’s course on coastal areas, she greeted professors J... Read more »

Students celebrate ‘Great Gatsby’ at annual CAS formal

Students celebrate ‘Great Gatsby’ at annual CAS formal

April 13, 2013
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  As the elevator doors opened on the 17th floor of the Manhattan Penthouse, guests were transported back in time to the 1920s. Upon entering the dance, girls clothed in lace and sequins chose from a table of free accessories, the perfect feathers for their hair and guys chose hats to complete their costumes... Read more »

Best of dining and drinks by neighborhood

Best of dining and drinks by neighborhood

March 7, 2013
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  UNION SQUARE & MADISON SQUARE Late night cheap eat New Amici Pizza Up late and craving a slice of pizza, a box of garlic knots and some pasta? This Third Avenue joint has an excellent selection of classic New York City chow and a great selection of drinks as well. 88 Third Ave. Quick Lunch Place Panera Bread The only Panera location downtown, this ... Read more »

New York Times executive editor visits NYU

New York Times executive editor visits NYU

February 19, 2013
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Jill Abramson, the first woman to serve as executive editor of The New York Times, spoke last night at the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. With her tattoo of a Subway token and obvious passion for New York, Abramson opened up about her career path, life as the executive editor and how... Read more »

NYU community gathers to hold vigil for Newtown victims

NYU community gathers to hold vigil for Newtown victims

December 18, 2012
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Over a hundred students and staff members filled the grand staircase in the NYU Kimmel Center Monday evening to hold a vigil for the victims of the tragic shooting last week in Newtown, Connecticut. Yael Shy, director of the Mindfulness project at generic cialis online NYU, helped organize the even... Read more »

FAS to hold vote of no confidence against Sexton in March

FAS to hold vote of no confidence against Sexton in March

December 13, 2012
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Live Blog Update: Friday, Dec. 14th 3:20 pm Joseph LeDoux said that the vote was close, but that given that those in favor of the vote have been mobilizing, they likely had a stronger showing at the vote. "I'm hoping that when the VNC comes, there will a mechanism that allows for all of the 7... Read more »

Alec Foster: the activist

Alec Foster: the activist

December 13, 2012
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Alec Foster was devastated when a girl he knew passed away because of a drug overdose. According to the Steinhardt junior, his friend’s death could likely have been prevented if those nearby had called for help. Hoping to prevent tragedies like his friend’s death, Foster began reaching out to... Read more »

Family, friends of Kyle Larson, 20, gather at Union Square

Family, friends of Kyle Larson, 20, gather at Union Square

November 25, 2012
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On Saturday night, hundreds of people from the New York City community gathered at Union Square West to commemorate the life of 20-year-old CAS sophomore Kyle Larson. The memorial, hosted by New York City resident John Rios in association with the New York Long Board Association, was an opportunity... Read more »

Sandy increases community in its aftermath

Sandy increases community in its aftermath

November 2, 2012
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With over 20,000 undergraduate students at NYU, it has been said that it is difficult to find community, especially in a big city like New York. Although Sandy has caused thousands to be displaced and relocated in a few central buildings, many students have found that it’s bringing them together... Read more »

Sandy causes concern for some absentee voters

Sandy causes concern for some absentee voters

November 1, 2012
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UPDATE: November 1, 12:00 PM Post offices where there is power have now resumed service. ARTICLE Over the last few days, the NYU community has been occupied with concerns about shelter, water, electricity and food. However, with the November 6 election days away, many are still in possession... Read more »

Learning how to interview: Citizen Schools Week 2

Learning how to interview: Citizen Schools Week 2

October 23, 2012
Filed under Editors' Blog, Non-Profit

Welcome to week two of the Washington Square News work with the East Harlem News, a newspaper staff of sixth grade students at Isaac Newton Middle School. Throughout the semester, the students will be learning about journalism and creating a newspaper using what they learned. October 18th, they met... Read more »

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