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Student Representation on Board of Trustees Wins in SSC Vote

Student Representation on Board of Trustees Wins in SSC Vote

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
February 16
Filed under NEWS, NYU, TOP STORY, University News

In a 17-8 victory among the Student Senators Council, SLAM succeeded in its first step to have a student representative on the Board of Trustees.

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Despite Resistance, SLAM For Student Representation on Board of Trustees

Despite Resistance, SLAM For Student Representation on Board of Trustees

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
November 30
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

WSN catches up with the Student Labor Action Movement on their efforts to get a student representative on the Board of Trustees.

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Poignant Poetry Grand Slam Sends Five NYU Students to Compete in Finals

Poignant Poetry Grand Slam Sends Five NYU Students to Compete in Finals

Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor
November 17
Filed under ARTS, Books, TOP STORIES

SLAM! at NYU held their Grand Slam on Sunday, with emotions leftover from the presidential election making for a night brimming with all sorts of passion.

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NYU’s Slam Team Welcomes All Poets

NYU’s Slam Team Welcomes All Poets

Faith Gates, Contributing Writer
October 17
Filed under FEATURES

NYU's Slam Poetry club meets every week to talk about poetry, listen to other people’s stories and even share and critique their own writing.

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How NYU Is — Or Isn’t — Aiding Students

How NYU Is — Or Isn’t — Aiding Students

Jemima McEvoy, Contributing Writer
September 29
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU assessed its finances in a letter addressed to the New York State Legislature in which it admitted inadequate funding for its students.

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Bobst Is Not The Place To Protest

Bobst Is Not The Place To Protest

Paris Martineau, Deputy Opinion Editor
September 26
Filed under OPINION

Events such as these require the community to side with the protesters and to support their efforts to sway the minds of administrators, and the least effective way to win the hearts of other outrage-prone Bobcats is to forcibly interrupt ten floors of studying students with chanting and slogans.

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[PHOTOS] Incarceration to Education Coalition Occupation of Kimmel

[PHOTOS] Incarceration to Education Coalition Occupation of Kimmel

Anne Cruz, News Editor
March 26
Filed under Diversity at NYU, NEWS, NYU, University News

  Organizers and supporters of the Incarceration to Education Coalition have been occupying the Kimmel Center for Student Life since Friday afternoon to protest the presence of the box — questions pertaining to criminal histories or disciplinary records — on NYU's Common Application. More tha... Read more »

UPDATE: Incarceration to Education Coalition Sits-In At Kimmel

Lexi Faunce, News Editor
March 26
Filed under Diversity at NYU, NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

Students remain inside the Kimmel Center past midnight to continue protesting against questions of criminal history on NYU's application.

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NYU Reacts: Student Minimum Wage Raised to $15

NYU Reacts: Student Minimum Wage Raised to $15

Lexi Faunce, News Editor
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University News

President Hamilton announced the new $15 per hour minimum wage for student workers with NYU jobs.

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SLAM Protests to Rename Moelis Institute

SLAM Protests to Rename Moelis Institute

Lexi Faunce, News Editor
March 7
Filed under NEWS, University News

Protesters from the Student Labor Action Movement gathered this weekend to fight for student worker rights.

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Student-workers angry at payroll backup

Student-workers angry at payroll backup

Thomas Peracchio, Contributing Writer
October 10
Filed under NEWS, University News

SLAM occupied the Welcome Center on Friday afternoon to ask the university to rectify a payroll hangup.

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