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This is Not a Drill: Fire Breaks Out at Tandon

This is Not a Drill: Fire Breaks Out at Tandon

Jemima McEvoy and Natasha Roy, News Editors
February 3
Filed under NEWS, University News

A fire broke out at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering's Rogers Hall on Friday afternoon while a demolition crew was working on the building.

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Fire Erupts at NYU Langone Medical Center, No Injuries Reported

Fire Erupts at NYU Langone Medical Center, No Injuries Reported

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
December 14
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

A fire broke out at a construction site located at NYU Langone Medical Center on Wednesday.

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NYU Can Help initiative launches

NYU Can Help initiative launches

Marita Vlachou, News Editor
April 2
Filed under NEWS

NYU is launching the NYU Can Help initiative in order to help provide relief to those affected by the 7th Street fire.

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Green House, Tisch Dance Company evacuated during East Village fire

Green House, Tisch Dance Company evacuated during East Village fire

Alex Bazeley, Deputy News Editor
March 26
Filed under NEWS

NYU students were evacuated Thursday afternoon from Green House at Seventh Street Residence Hall and the Tisch Dance Company on Second Avenue following a massive explosion and seven-alarm fire on Second Avenue between Seventh Street and St. Marks Place. The fire was reportedly caused by a gas-related...

NYU must report serious offenses

NYU must report serious offenses

Matthew Tessler, Deputy Opinion Editor
January 29
Filed under OPINION

In the wake of a new scandal, NYU needs a policy for reporting serious offenses.

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Former student arraigned for fire

Former student arraigned for fire

Amanda Morris, Contributing Writer
January 26
Filed under NEWS

Former NYU student faces charges for setting classmate on fire.

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SLAM urges NYU to drop JanSport

SLAM urges NYU to drop JanSport

April 14
Filed under NEWS

Bangladeshi garment worker Aklima Khanam shared her account of the Rana Plaza factory collapse of April 2013, which killed 1,100 Bangladeshi factory workers, with the NYU community on April 11. “We heard that the factory was collapsing and we didn’t want to enter, the management told us t...

Christina’s Case: University policies should reflect First Amendment rights

Christina’s Case: University policies should reflect First Amendment rights

Christina Coleburn, Deputy Opinion Editor
April 14
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

The Virginia Community College System will suspend its restrictive student demonstrations policy following a lawsuit that was filed by Christian Parks, a student at Thomas Nelson Community College. Both the VCCS and Parks’ legal team requested that a federal judge put the case on hold until Ma...

Memorial honors Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire victims

Memorial honors Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire victims

Kavish Harjai, News Editor
March 26
Filed under NEWS

Students gathered at the corner of Washington Place and Greene Street to commemorate the 103rd anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in an event sponsored by Workers United, Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition and the Service Employees International Union. The fire that broke out in a...

City fire raises questions about university’s evacuation policies

City fire raises questions about university’s evacuation policies

February 4
Filed under NEWS

As NYU students know, at the sound of a fire alarm, evacuation begins immediately.  However, with the use of fire-resistant construction in modern high rises, evacuation is not always the best option in the event of a fire. According to the New York City Building Code, several provisions must be f...

Tisch studio evacuated after fire breaks out nearby

Tisch studio evacuated after fire breaks out nearby

December 5
Filed under NEWS

Students at NYU’s Stella Adler Studio at 31 W. 27th St. were evacuated after a fire broke out in an adjacent building on last night. The New York City Fire Department is currently investigating the cause. The FDNY received a call at 3:26 p.m., and the fire was controlled by 4:06 p.m. No injuries have been reported. ...

Factory regulations must be reformed

Factory regulations must be reformed

April 30
Filed under OPINION

The garment factory collapse in Bangladesh this past week was absolutely horrific. There have been 380 reported deaths, with many more still unaccounted for. Since the incident, there has been outrage by the masses in Bangladesh, and the factory owner — as well as others — have finally been arrested....

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