Just as Third North Residence Hall brings together multitudes of students to experience living with a variety of people, student jazz collective C3 — named after the building's basement level where they met — has brought a multitude of musical influences to their sound.Read more »
Soccer Mommy, the artist project of NYU sophomore Sophie Allison, just released two new singles — and they're as comforting and sad as a tight hug after a bad breakup.Read more »
NYU's investment in expanding STEM resources at Tandon will improve the university as a whole.Read more »
Young progressives who are preaching compassionate politics must also make an effort to understand viewpoints intensely different from their own.Read more »
The Black Renaissance Noire LitMag celebrated the release of its latest issue last Friday, hosting a panel with artists who each in their own way preserve a bit of the black American experience in their art, through sculpture, scatting or haikus.Read more »
The United States is infamous for a lot of things—deep-frying, outrageous portion sizes and high child obesity rates—but among these issues lays an underdog approaching the danger zone.Read more »
Almost 150 faculty members of color signed a letter to President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming expressing their concern over Charles Murray's planned speech.Read more »
After NYU postponed his Feb. 16 visit, Lucian Wintrich, a conservative White House correspondent for Gateway Pundit, spoke to the NYU College Republicans on Thursday. The event remained peaceful, although audience members trickled out after Wintrich deviated from his original narrative.Read more »
The CAS Dean Search Committee is now reviewing candidates for a new dean, after receiving input from students and faculty in the CAS community.Read more »
Maybe it’s the yoga. Or maybe it’s her natural serenity. But more than likely, it’s Angie Liao’s knowledge that being frazzled does nothing to advance the human rights issues that fuel her near-unparalleled commitment to the lives of the people around her. Despite the constant bustle of the many pass...
On a busy day, you should consider yourself lucky if you can catch Aneesh Ashutosh, a CAS sophomore, on a midday coffee break — you’re more likely to find him in the Leslie eLab working on a project for one of the six clubs he is a part of. “I’d say that a big part of what motivated [my] work...
For Arya Diwase, all the world’s a stage — and in her opinion, commanding the stage might be the best way to learn English. While a freshman, Diwase fused her eloquent verbal communication skills with her passion for social change by co-founding the non-profit Jazz Hands. The organization teaches...