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Stern Dean Pipes Money Into DAPL

Stern Dean Pipes Money Into DAPL

Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor
February 17
Filed under City News, NEWS, NYU, University News

Stern Dean Peter Henry is a member of the board of directors for Citibank, one of the banks funding the Dakota Access Pipeline. Some students were unsettled by this connection between an NYU administrator and Citibank.

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Will Jeff Sessions Affect NYU?

Will Jeff Sessions Affect NYU?

Irfan Suharno, Contributing Writer
February 13
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, NEWS

Senator Jeff Sessions was recently confirmed by the Senate for Attorney General, despite controversy over his past stances. With his appointment, conflicts are expected in blue areas like New York City.

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Ralliers Work to Shatter Broken Windows in Washington Square Park

Ralliers Work to Shatter Broken Windows in Washington Square Park

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
February 11
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, NEWS

Rally attenders gathered in Washington Square Park to demonstrate support against the recent actions regarding immigration.

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People Rally for Pro-Planned Parenthood

People Rally for Pro-Planned Parenthood

Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor
February 11
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

Students and prominent feminist figures gathered in Washington Square Park in support of Planned Parenthood today.

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LGBT Members and Allies Protest Trump’s Cabinet Picks at Stonewall

LGBT Members and Allies Protest Trump’s Cabinet Picks at Stonewall

Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor
February 6
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS

The biting cold could not stop the LGBT community and their supporters from waving kaleidoscopic flags in the sky at a pro-LGBT rally held at the historic Stonewall Inn.

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Q&A: NYU Protester Arrested

Q&A: NYU Protester Arrested

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
February 6
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS, University News

Steinhardt sophomore Zane Kerr was arrested at a protest: WSN did a Q&A with him about his experience.

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Protestors in Battery Park Respond to JFK Detainees

Protestors in Battery Park Respond to JFK Detainees

Jemima McEvoy and Sayer Devlin
January 29
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, NEWS, TOP STORY

New Yorkers took to the streets again on Sunday to protest President Trump's recent executive orders on immigration.

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People Flock to Washington Square Park for Emergency Rally

People Flock to Washington Square Park for Emergency Rally

Diamond Naga Siu, Editor-in-Chief
January 25
Filed under City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

The Council On American-Islamic Relations is hosting a rally in Washington Square Park in light of President Donald Trump's ban on immigrants from countries with a high Islamic population.

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Trump Moves to Revive DAPL, Students Respond with Protests

Trump Moves to Revive DAPL, Students Respond with Protests

Miranda Levingston and Jemima McEvoy
January 24
Filed under City News, NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

People are protesting President Trump's executive order that allows the government to consider building the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines.

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This Stern Professor Wants to Make West Third Street Safer

This Stern Professor Wants to Make West Third Street Safer

Miranda Levingston, Staff Writer
December 6
Filed under City News, NEWS

An NYU professor has created a petition to make West Third Street safer for pedestrians by implementing midblock crosswalks.

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Thanksgiving News Update

Thanksgiving News Update

Diamond Naga Siu and Lexi Faunce
November 28
Filed under City News, NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

While NYU students decompressed after midterms and stuffed their faces with turkey over Thanksgiving break, the news cycle had a number of breaking stories develop during the start of the holiday season. WSN broke down the top five news stories you may have missed over break. International: Former ... Read more »

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