The president of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP is being accused of falsely portraying herself as a black woman, but an NYU professor said some people can, in fact, identify with a race other than their own.
New York City first lady Chirlane McCray is returning to Italy, less than a year after she visited with her husband, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and their son and daughter.
Several NYU students have accused the university’s board of trustees of turning a blind eye to abusive labor practices at its outpost in the United Arab Emirates.
An NYU student was being held in a North Korean jail Saturday, after allegedly entering the country illegally when he crossed the border from China.
Police were searching Friday for a two suspects who ripped off 48 pairs of high-end sunglasses from a store near NYU.
Oxford University vice chancellor Andrew Hamilton will take over at the start of next year as president of NYU.
The school and the Graduate Students Organizing Committee, which is part of the United Auto Workers Local 2110, reached the agreement on Monday evening, averting a possible strike.
NYU graduate student workers were preparing for a possible strike late Monday, amid complaints about their wages and benefits.
Police on Thursday were searching for suspects in who stole money and a computer from a nail spa near the NYU campus late last month.
According to court papers, Castano took cellphone video showing the woman asleep in his bed with her clothes engulfed in flames.
A 20-year-old student was arraigned Monday on charges that he set a female classmate on fire in an NYU dorm, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Some students and parents were concerned Wednesday night, with a global travel warning in place after recent terror attacks in France.
Mayor Bill de Blasio laughed Wednesday as he dismissed a reporter’s question about whether he ever smoked marijuana in the Gracie Mansion.
A time capsule buried beneath the old Metropolitan Transportation Authority headquarters in downtown Brooklyn was cracked open Wednesday.
Fans and sponsors are still paying and and will likely continue to do so “unless or until those folks think that this is a chronic problem,” said David Carter, who heads the Sports Business Institute at the University of Southern California.