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Occupy Wall Street police raid damages resolved by settlement

April 18, 2013
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New York City will pay more than $200,000 for the destruction of property caused during the Occupy Wall Street police raid at Zuccotti Park in November 2011, according to a lawsuit settlement made last Tuesday. The New York Police Department’s seizure of the park resulted in damages to the People’s ... Read more »

Judge rules to make Plan B accessible to all women

Judge rules to make Plan B accessible to all women

April 11, 2013
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On April 5, Brooklyn federal judge Edward R. Korman ruled that the common morning-after pill Plan B One Step must be made available to women of all ages. In his ruling, Korman gave the Food and Drug Administration 30 days to remove all age and sale restrictions on the pill and its generic brands. ... Read more »

Government sequester to impact NYU research opportunities, financial aid

Government sequester to impact NYU research opportunities, financial aid

March 11, 2013
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NYU is among the higher education institutions in America that will experience cuts in government funding as a result of the sequester that took effect March. 1. President Obama and the parties in Congress have worked to reduce the country’s deficit by more than $2.5 trillion through increased t... Read more »

John Penley protests to convince NYU students to help homeless

John Penley protests to convince NYU students to help homeless

March 4, 2013
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Over 40 individuals crowded around Bobst Library on Friday afternoon to protest homelessness and gentrification in the neighborhoods surrounding NYU. Leading the protest was long-time activist and photojournalist John Penley, a vocal East Village resident known for his opposition to real estate dev... Read more »

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