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Real Food Challenges NYU Dining

Real Food Challenges NYU Dining

Amelia McBain, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under Dining, Dining, FEATURES

Real Food Challenge is a national campaign that demands more transparency and greater responsibility in food sourcing from NYU Dining and Aramark

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Wildfire in California Demonstrates our Vulnerability

Wildfire in California Demonstrates our Vulnerability

Wayne Chen, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017


Filed under OPINION

As natural disasters occur more frequently and on a more deadly level than ever, Americans are receiving none other than a wake-up call that they cannot take safety for granted anymore.

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Peterson Toscano Uses Comedy to Tackle Societal Issues

Peterson Toscano Uses Comedy to Tackle Societal Issues

Amelia McBain, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2017


Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Comedian Peterson Toscana speaks with WSN about his lecture and comedy routine at the Barasch Theater at NYU on Oct. 11.

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Visiting Exxon Mobil Tax Attorneys Face Student Opposition

Visiting Exxon Mobil Tax Attorneys Face Student Opposition

Sakshi Venkatramanat, Deputy News Editor

October 5, 2017


Filed under NEWS, University News

Members of NYU Divest protest NYU Law School over Exxon Mobil Speakers.

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Gallatin Climate Conference Encourages Change

Gallatin Climate Conference Encourages Change

Miranda Livingston, Deputy News Editor

September 18, 2017


Filed under NEWS, NYU

Gallatin Climate Conference encourages students to incorporate climate change considerations to wider array of classes and studies.

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‘Tomorrow’ Creates Hope in a Gloomy World

‘Tomorrow’ Creates Hope in a Gloomy World

Sophie Bennett, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017


Filed under ARTS, Film

The new eco-documentary "Tomorrow" gives bright glimpses of hope for environmentally conscious communities amidst a world of dark facts about climate change.

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NYU Program Aids Recovery in Disaster-Stricken Communities

NYU Program Aids Recovery in Disaster-Stricken Communities

Arushi Sahay, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

NYU’s Population Impact, Recovery, and Resilience program examines disaster stricken communities and assesses the disaster recovery process.

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Exposure | Finding Peace in the Environment

Exposure | Finding Peace in the Environment

Veronica Liow, Euan Prentis, and Julia Saliba

April 17, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

New York City can be overwhelming. Documented in this exposure are various places students, both in New York and abroad, can venture off to to feel more connected with nature.

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DiCaprio’s Doc is Pretentious — In a Good Way

DiCaprio’s Doc is Pretentious — In a Good Way

Natalie Whalen, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016


Filed under ARTS, Film

Leonardo Dicaprio's new documentary "Before the Flood" is one of the most affecting pieces of work that the actor has produced yet, and he's not even in it.

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Is Divesting the Key to Sustainability?

Is Divesting the Key to Sustainability?

Natasha Roy, Deputy News Editor

October 4, 2016


Filed under NEWS, TOP STORY, University News

NYU claims to be environmentally friendly, but student groups don't think the university can be sustainable without divesting from fossil fuels.

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Cherry Trees Downed in Coles Project

Cherry Trees Downed in Coles Project

Miranda Levingston, Contributing Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under 2031 Expansion, NEWS

The ongoing construction and environmental costs of NYU's 2031 plan are making locals worried for their neighborhood's future.

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