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In Remembrance: CAS Senior Wyatt Tyler

In Remembrance: CAS Senior Wyatt Tyler

Diamond Naga Siu, Editor-in-Chief
March 28
Filed under City News, NEWS, University News

In remembrance of CAS senior Wyatt Tyler who passed away on Saturday, Washington Square News spoke with those closest to him. He will receive a posthumous degree from NYU this May.

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NYU Langone Looks to Expand to Lower East Side

NYU Langone Looks to Expand to Lower East Side

GiGi Martinez, Contributing Writer
March 28
Filed under 2031 Expansion, City News, NEWS, University News

NYU Langone has proposed a $32.9 million expansion for a new outpatient facility in the Lower East Side. The project is currently pending approval.

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Drama Across From Tisch Studio — Chelsea Market on Fire

Drama Across From Tisch Studio — Chelsea Market on Fire

Coco Wang and Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editors
March 28
Filed under City News, NEWS

A fire broke out on the Chelsea Market rooftop around noon on Tuesday. A Tisch studio is located a three-minute walk away from the market.

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Jared Kushner Owns NYU Building

Jared Kushner Owns NYU Building

Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor
March 27
Filed under 2016 Election, City News, NEWS, University News

Members of the NYU community are surprised to find out the NYU Law alum Jared Kushner, an advisor for President Donald Trump, owns property at the university.

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NYU Expansion Targets Tandon

NYU Expansion Targets Tandon

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
March 27
Filed under 2031 Expansion, NEWS

Updates on the NYU 2031 expansion plan and a look at Colombia's joint expansion plan efforts.

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NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

NYU Criticized for Ties to Aramark

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 27
Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized, University News

NYU Prison Divest created a petition requesting that the university end its relationship with the food provider Aramark Corporation.

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Crime Log: March 20 to March 26

Crime Log: March 20 to March 26

Coco Wang, Htoo Min, Deputy News Editors
March 27
Filed under Crime Log, NEWS

A look at the crimes on campus reported between March 20 and March 26.

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NYU Helps Open Neighborhood Innovation Lab

NYU Helps Open Neighborhood Innovation Lab

Greta Chevance, Contributing Writer
March 27
Filed under City News, NEWS, NYU

NYU is giving back to the community with its involvement in the creation of the city's first Neighborhood Innovation Lab.

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NYU Professors Identified as Distinguished

NYU Professors Identified as Distinguished

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
March 27
Filed under NEWS, University News

Six NYU faculty members were awarded University Distinguished Teaching Awards in recognition of their excellence as educators.

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Author Charles Murray’s Speech Met With Protests

Author Charles Murray’s Speech Met With Protests

Sayer Devlin and Jemima McEvoy
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University, University News

"The Bell Curve" author Charles Murray spoke at NYU's Torch Club today after the administration was criticized for approving the speaker. Protesters gathered outside of the event.

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Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Charles Murray’s Upcoming Talk Prompted Faculty Letter to Hamilton

Htoo Min, Deputy News Editor
March 24
Filed under City News, Diversity at NYU, NEWS, NYU, University News

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.

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Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Lucian Wintrich Speaks at NYU After Postponed Visit

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
March 24
Filed under NEWS, University News

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.

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