By Miranda Livingston, Deputy News Editor
September 18, 2017
Gallatin Climate Conference encourages students to incorporate climate change considerations to wider array of classes and studies.Read more »
By Alex Bazeley, Editor-in-Chief
November 14, 2016
It's no secret that college students face stress on a near-daily basis. The pressures to succeed can sometime be too much of a weight to bear, pushing some students to a breaking point. Other students, meanwhile, come into NYU already grappling with issues of mental health and figuring out how to cope...
By Raven Quesenberry, Contributing Writer
December 8, 2015
NYU Divest hosted a discussion on how climate change contributes to racism and violence on Monday.Read more »
By Thomas Peracchio, Contributing Writer
October 19, 2015
From Oct. 19-26th, a group of students are challenging themselves by going waste-free.Read more »
By Maddie Norwood, Contributing Writer
October 3, 2015
Governor Cuomo spoke about climate change at an event at NYU on Friday evening.Read more »
March 24, 2014
Climate change and Ambrosia beetles might be ruining guacamole. The beetles have caused an avocado shortage in the southeastern United States because they burrow into trees, infect them with laurel-wilt disease and kill them. The shortage has resulted in an increase in avocado prices. Clima...
February 6, 2014
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A team from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences discovered evidence that rising temperatures in the North Atlantic influence Antarctica’s melting ice sheets. The research was part of the doctoral studies of Xichen Li, the study’s lead author, who specializes in mathe...
October 30, 2013
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Instant gratification may play a large role in an individual’s willingness to slow the effects of climate change. In a study published Oct. 20 in the environmental journal Nature Climate Change, NYU environmental studies professor Jennifer Jacquet and a team of five scientists from around the world su...
December 11, 2012
Live Blog According to a recent poll by the Siena Research Institute, 69 percent of New Yorkers believe global warming caused Hurricane Sandy. It is only natural that after such a catastrophe that people would like to blame a single cause forcheap cialis online their problems. To say that global warming directly...