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NYU Langone Looks to Expand to Lower East Side

NYU Langone Looks to Expand to Lower East Side

GiGi Martinez, Contributing Writer
March 28
Filed under 2031 Expansion, City News, NEWS, University News

NYU Langone has proposed a $32.9 million expansion for a new outpatient facility in the Lower East Side. The project is currently pending approval.

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Investment in STEM Invites Growth

Investment in STEM Invites Growth

WSN Editorial Board
March 27
Filed under OPINION

NYU's investment in expanding STEM resources at Tandon will improve the university as a whole.

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181 Mercer Street Construction Begins

181 Mercer Street Construction Begins

Sherah Ndjongo, Contributing Writer
March 8
Filed under 2031 Expansion, NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

Construction for NYU's 181 Mercer Street project has begun. Some students are looking forward to seeing the finished product, while others question the necessity of a new NYU building.

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NYU Invests $500 Million in Renovations for Brooklyn Campus

NYU Invests $500 Million in Renovations for Brooklyn Campus

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
January 27
Filed under NEWS, NYU, TOP STORIES, University News

The Tandon School of Engineering announces a new building for its students to the price of $500 Million.

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Anywhere But Las Vegas: Americanizing Canada’s Game

Anywhere But Las Vegas: Americanizing Canada’s Game

Rachel Ruecker, Sports Editor
November 29
Filed under SPORTS

The NHL's newly added 31st team is the Vegas Golden Knights, which is raising some eyebrows among diehard hockey fans. Here's a look at what could be.

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Students Flock to Brooklyn, Gentrification and Rising Prices Follow

Students Flock to Brooklyn, Gentrification and Rising Prices Follow

Alexander Kario, Contributing Writer
March 2
Filed under City News, NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

NYU Wagner's Rudin Center, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and Appleseed Inc. released a report recently describing Downtown Brooklyn's innovative urban developments and advancements.

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FASP says better Coles replacement is needed

FASP says better Coles replacement is needed

Lexi Faunce, Deputy News Editor
October 19
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU Faculty Against the Sexton Plan claims the university does not have a sufficient alternative space to replace Coles Sports Center.

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Tentative date set for closing of Coles this fall

Tentative date set for closing of Coles this fall

Bobby Wagner, Sports Editor
August 28
Filed under SPORTS

NYU sent an email over the summer that shows Coles Sports Center will be closed in the coming months, which will affect sports teams and athletes.

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Affordable housing groups show support for NYU 2031

Affordable housing groups show support for NYU 2031

Alanna Bayarin, News Editor
April 30
Filed under NEWS

Affordable housing advocates have stepped into a yearslong legal showdown between NYU and Greenwich Village residents intent on stopping the school's expansion in the neighborhood — arguing in favor of NYU's controversial plan.

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Court to hear appeal in 2031 case

Court to hear appeal in 2031 case

Jimmy Chin, Contributing Writer
March 3
Filed under NEWS

Opponents of the 2031 plan will be allowed to appeal a lower court's ruling which gave the go-ahead to the expansion plan.

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Historians talk about modern racism

Historians talk about modern racism

Justine Morris, Contributing Writer
February 11
Filed under NEWS

NYU students, staff and alumni travelled to the State Capitol to advocate for the expansion of state financial aid with New York's most powerful decision-makers.

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