Arushi Sahay, Contributing Writer
February 16, 2017
After NYUSJP received a threatening email in January, both the university and NYPD are working to keep students safe.Read more »
September 19, 2016
By promoting an official and one-on-one system of reporting discrimination, NYU administrators are offering an outlet for students’ complaints without prejudgment.Read more »
September 13, 2016
Filed under OPINION
The fact is, not all situations are analogous, the CUNY situation cited in the editorial is not analogous to NYU.Read more »
Leigh Anderson, Contributing Writer
November 10, 2015
For those who dread the indoor treadmill, stay warm with workout gear designed for winter runs around the city.Read more »
March 4, 2014
The American Medical Association classified obesity as a disease last summer. The decision was in opposition to a study of the issue by the AMA’s Council on Science and Public Health. Due to flaws with the Body Mass Indexing system used to characterize people as obese, the council recommended against designating obesity a disease. They voiced concerns about those with metabolic problems who...
September 17, 2013
Yesterday’s horrific events at the Washington Navy Yard join a long list of mass shootings that have occurred in the past few years. In the nine months since the Sandy Hook shooting, more than 24,000 people have died from gun-related incidents. There is a double standard in the reporting of gun violence. Journalists are hesitant to discuss reforms. The words “gun control” are rarely mentioned for fear of appearing insensitive by introducing an early political analysis of a tragedy, but ...
April 16, 2013
Universities in major U.S. cities joined authorities in a state of high alert after an explosion at the finish line of the Boston Marathon injured over 140 and killed 3 people yesterday afternoon. A bomb exploded near the Boylston Street finish line at approximately 2:50 p.m. yester...