The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation was furious Monday over the new windows being installed at a high-rise NYU dormitory now under renovation.
Critics said Kathy Boudin is using the classroom as a soapbox to push for the release of three people jailed for a deadly heist of a Brink’s armored car.
Researchers at NYU are asking for toenail clippings from some resident of Garfield, N.J., to determine whether they have been exposed to dangerous levels of toxic hexavalent chromium from a since-shuttered factory.
A judge has ruled in favor of NYU, and against angry Greenwich Village residents, in a lawsuit to stop the massive expansion plan by the university, according to published reports.
Children as young as 8 years old could soon be reading books on bombings, weapons and war as part of a new curriculum approved by city and state education officials.
A lawsuit filed by opponents of a major expansion of the NYU campus in Greenwich Village has advanced, following a judge’s decision last week, according to a published report.
Beginning this fall, incoming freshman at New York University will no longer have the luxury of choosing their roommates.
Nearly two months after superstorm Sandy flooded it and forced an emergency evacuation, NYU Langone Medical Center is set to reopen Thursday.
Students at New York University soon won’t have to wait in vain anymore to stir it up and, get jamming, and get together and feel all right in class.
Columbia University was set to resume classes on Wednesday, but classes at New York University will be canceled for the rest of the week following Superstorm Sandy.
The university installed a gold-colored aluminum lining on balconies and stairwells, in reaction to three suicides since 2003. The students all jumped to their deaths in the library’s atrium.
The conventional wisdom is that the Olympics bring tons of tourists to the host city, but New York showed the world once again it can’t be beat.
Protesters against the proposal rallied on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning prior to the committee hearings.
Administrators said that the university must add new facilities to attract top students and professors, but critics — including faculty members and actor Matthew Broderick — said the planned expansion would damage the quality of life in the Village.
The school is proposing to build about 2 million square feet of new facilities in the iconic neighborhood.