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Author Charles Murray’s Speech Met With Protests

Author Charles Murray’s Speech Met With Protests

Sayer Devlin and Jemima McEvoy
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University, University News

"The Bell Curve" author Charles Murray spoke at NYU's Torch Club today after the administration was criticized for approving the speaker. Protesters gathered outside of the event.

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Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 24
Filed under City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS, NYU, University News

Almost 150 faculty members of color signed a letter to President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming expressing their concern over Charles Murray's planned speech.

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Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University News

After NYU postponed his Feb. 16 visit, Lucian Wintrich, a conservative White House correspondent for Gateway Pundit, spoke to the NYU College Republicans on Thursday. The event remained peaceful, although audience members trickled out after Wintrich deviated from his original narrative.

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Search for New CAS Dean Continues

Search for New CAS Dean Continues

Coco Wang, Deputy News Editor
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University News

The CAS Dean Search Committee is now reviewing candidates for a new dean, after receiving input from students and faculty in the CAS community.

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Palladium Leaks

Palladium Leaks

Natasha Roy, News Editor
March 22
Filed under NEWS, University News

The main elevators in Palladium Residence Hall were closed Tuesday night after they all sprung water leaks.

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NYU Therapy Redirects Students To Outside Services

NYU Therapy Redirects Students To Outside Services

Caroline Haskins, Staff Writer
March 22
Filed under NEWS, University News

Students find that the school's wellness center does not help them enough with finding mental health care.

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U.S. Attorney Fired by Trump to Join Law School

U.S. Attorney Fired by Trump to Join Law School

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
March 22
Filed under NEWS, University News

Preet Bharara, former United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, will join NYU Law School faculty as a distinguished scholar in residence on April 1.

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Two Tandon Professors Win CAREER Awards

Two Tandon Professors Win CAREER Awards

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
March 22
Filed under City News, NEWS, NYU, University News

Two Tandon professors have recently received CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation for researching the future of urban energy and transportation.

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CAS Senior is Running for New York City Council

CAS Senior is Running for New York City Council

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
March 20
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

CAS senior Chetan Hebbur is running for City Council in New York City's Second District.

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Tandon Team Develops Software to Combat Child Exploitation

Tandon Team Develops Software to Combat Child Exploitation

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 20
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

Tandon professor Nasir Memon is working with a team of graduate students to develop software that will help law enforcement officials detect and combat the issue of child pornography.

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Hamilton Affirms Opposition to Immigration Ban

Hamilton Affirms Opposition to Immigration Ban

Natasha Roy and Jemima McEvoy, News Editors
March 20
Filed under 2016 Election, NEWS, NYU, University News

On Macrh 15, President Andrew Hamilton sent an email detailing the NYU's efforts to counter Trump's executive order banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries. However, some NYU activism groups are still unsatisfied with the administration's actions.

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NYU Student Accepts Plea Deal in Albatross Killings Case

NYU Student Accepts Plea Deal in Albatross Killings Case

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 20
Filed under NEWS, NYU, University News

Tisch sophomore Christian Gutierrez has accepted a plea deal in a case involving the murder of a dozen albatrosses — an endangered species — at a Hawaii nature reserve in 2015.

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