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Politics Professor Speaks out Against IYSSE Club Rejection

Politics Professor Speaks out Against IYSSE Club Rejection

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under NEWS

The Student Activities Board has denied club status to the International Youth and Students for Social Equality for the second consecutive time. But NYU professor Bertell Ollman is defending the group's freedom of speech.

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Free Tampons Could Be on Their Way to NYU

Free Tampons Could Be on Their Way to NYU

Diamond Naga Siu, Deputy News Editor
March 23, 2016
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

Twenty-five New York City public schools will soon begin offering free tampons in bathrooms in a movement to increase access to essential care. Now some are urging NYU to do the same.

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Free, For Sale, For Students

Free, For Sale, For Students

Taylor Nicole Rogers, Staff Writer
March 21, 2016
Filed under FEATURES

NYU students are using a Facebook page to buy and sell weird stuff like turtles and lost computers.

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NYU goes green with Zero Waste

NYU goes green with Zero Waste

Thomas Peracchio, Contributing Writer
October 19, 2015
Filed under NEWS, University News

From Oct. 19-26th, a group of students are challenging themselves by going waste-free.

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NYU supports University of the People, free online education

NYU supports University of the People, free online education

February 21, 2014
Filed under NEWS

The University of the People, a tuition-free online university, received accreditation on Feb. 13 from a national agency and will graduate its first class of seven students later this year. NYU has collaborated with the University of the People since its launch in 2009 and NYU professors hold administrative positio...

Apple’s iWork should be truly free for users

Apple’s iWork should be truly free for users

October 29, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

In one of its standard product-release events last week, Apple announced an upgrade in the speed and slimness of its line of tablets. Most people were not impressed. The predictability of these events has become somewhat monotonous. Nick Bilton of The New York Times even called the event boring, as it followed the same stale routine. Mr. Bilton has a point. Nevertheless, Apple in fact announced something interesting and genuinely new last week. The new version of the Mac OS X operating system, called Mavericks, is free of charge, along ...

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