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Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Coffee

Eat Your Way Around Each Dorm: Coffee

Yasmin Gulec, Dining Editor
March 6, 2017
Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

Coffee is a must in every college student's diet. Here are some coffee shops near every dorm.

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6 Tea Places to Keep You Awake and Warm

6 Tea Places to Keep You Awake and Warm

Drew Lederman, Contributing Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

As a college student you need that extra burst of energy. For those who don’t like coffee, it can be hard to find energizing drinks that are also warm to fight off that winter chill. Here is a list of the best places around campus for tea awake and warm throughout the winter season.

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NYU’s New President Talks the Corporate University, Diversity and the Future

NYU’s New President Talks the Corporate University, Diversity and the Future

Alex Bazeley, Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2016
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

NYU President Andrew Hamilton discussed what he'd like to make a priority at NYU as he steps into his new shoes.

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Former New Jersey Gov. Whitman supports nuclear energy at NYU discussion

Former New Jersey Gov. Whitman supports nuclear energy at NYU discussion

Maddie Norwood, Contributing Writer
November 9, 2015
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU Wagner held a discussion on clean energy with New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman on Tuesday.

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Scientific Advisory Board needs more independent scientists

Scientific Advisory Board needs more independent scientists

Ryan Najjar, Contributing Columnist
December 5, 2014
Filed under OPINION

A thriving energy industry is useless when the earth and people that support it suffer in its name.

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Clean Start program gives students leg up in tech industry

Clean Start program gives students leg up in tech industry

Long Li, contributing writer
November 11, 2014
Filed under NEWS

NYU recently announced its new Clean Start program, an energy industry certificate program at NYU Poly.

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Pros, cons of nuclear energy weighed

Pros, cons of nuclear energy weighed

Ruby Schwartz, contributing writer
November 4, 2014
Filed under NEWS

A discussion about nuclear power as a potential source of alternative energy was held on Oct. 3.

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Energy companies should adjust business models for solar power

Energy companies should adjust business models for solar power

April 30, 2014
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

The United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirmed that more has to be done to mitigate climate changes given that greenhouse emissions have been rising faster than ever. The need for reliable, low-carbon energy is clear. Nonetheless, big energy companies are more interested i...

On the Wire: Global

On the Wire: Global

March 24, 2014
Filed under NEWS

Berlin  Germany has announced a goal to supply the majority of the country’s power from renewable sources by the year 2050. The crisis in Ukraine and sanctions in Russia have threatened Germany’s access to natural gas from Russia, adding importance to this goal. Prague An unknown act...

Electric cars not realizable in the near future

Electric cars not realizable in the near future

November 14, 2013
Filed under Editor's Picks, Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

Last week and for the third time in less than two months, a Model S from electric carmaker Tesla Motors caught fire after being involved in an accident. Shares of the company fell at least 7 percent for two consecutive days. The business, run by celebrity CEO Elon Musk, had already reported a net lo...

Stern, Yale professors team up to research solar energy

Stern, Yale professors team up to research solar energy

October 1, 2013
Filed under NEWS

Stern professor Bryan Bollinger and his colleague at Yale University, economics professor Kenneth Gillingham, are entering the third round of a project on the diffusion of solar technology. This fall, Bollinger and Gillingham will be using the $2 million three-year grant from the Department of...

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