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Hamilton Town Hall Turns Testy

Hamilton Town Hall Turns Testy

Arushi Sahay and Sayer Devlin
March 2
Filed under NEWS

Andrew Hamilton hosted a town hall to take questions from students about affordability, but the discussion quickly turned the sanctuary campus debate.

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Safe Ride Needs To Get Better

Safe Ride Needs To Get Better

Cara Zambrano, Staff Writer
February 9
Filed under OPINION

Safe Ride should be an assertion of NYU’s concern of campus safety and an insurance that every student get home safely, but instead, it falls short of its promises and expectations and ends up being another frustrating tool.

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Shut Up and Drive: Students Complain About the Efficiency of Safe Ride

Shut Up and Drive: Students Complain About the Efficiency of Safe Ride

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
January 27
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORY, University News

Safe Ride, NYU's free night time transportation service, faces much grumbling, but Assistant Director for Transportation Services Greg Rivas discusses the improvements they plan to make.

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This Stern Professor Wants to Make West Third Street Safer

This Stern Professor Wants to Make West Third Street Safer

Miranda Levingston, Staff Writer
December 6
Filed under City News, NEWS

An NYU professor has created a petition to make West Third Street safer for pedestrians by implementing midblock crosswalks.

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What Is NYU’s Emergency Protocol for Mass Shootings?

What Is NYU’s Emergency Protocol for Mass Shootings?

Jemima McEvoy, Deputy News Editor
December 6
Filed under NEWS, University News

Recent mass shootings like the one at Ohio State University may have prompted students to wonder what the protocol would be if something were to happen at NYU.

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Commuter Students Talk NYC Transit Safety

Commuter Students Talk NYC Transit Safety

Herman Lee, Contributing Writer
October 13
Filed under City News, NEWS

NYU commuter students speculate about the safety of NYC's transportation systems after two major transit mishaps.

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Security in and of Cities

Security in and of Cities

Alice Li, Contributing Writer
October 7
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU's various study abroad sites have security measures in place to keep students safe at any NYU location across the globe.

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NYC is the Safest It’s Ever Been, But NYU Isn’t Satisfied

NYC is the Safest It’s Ever Been, But NYU Isn’t Satisfied

Abigail Weinberg, Features Editor
August 28
Filed under FEATURES

With a new Vice President of Global Campus Safety and a number of safety resources, NYU students are safer than the average city resident.

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Crime Log: April 4-7

Diamond Naga Siu and Greta Chevance
April 11
Filed under Crime Log, NEWS

A weekly round-up of campus crime between April 4 and April 7.

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The NFL Is Dying a Slow Death, Much Like Its Players

The NFL Is Dying a Slow Death, Much Like Its Players

Matthew Perry, Contributing Writer
February 10
Filed under OPINION

112 million people watched Sunday’s Super Bowl, but 20 years from now, we might be looking back at this decade as a turning point in football’s history.

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MTA experiments with new tech to prevent bus crashes

MTA experiments with new tech to prevent bus crashes

Thomas Peracchio, Contributing Writer
October 6
Filed under City News, NEWS

MTA has approved new measures to prevent bus accidents.

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NYU bus strikes pedestrian

NYU bus strikes pedestrian

Alex Bazeley, News Editor
October 6
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

An NYU bus struck a woman on Third Avenue.

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