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New York University Reopens Amid the Omicron Surge

New protocols require all faculty, staff, and students to be boosted before attending in-person classes. Masks are required throughout the university.

Special Report: Reporting Black America

Despite uptick in diversity numbers, Black students say inclusive spaces are rare

 Along with the fact that NYU’s claims about diversity are not reflected in the number of Black students in the classrooms, the environment for Black students is also a point of concern in terms of microaggressions and other inconveniences.

Special Report: Reporting Black America

African students says mispronouncing their names is a form of racism

The way people in America make her and other Africans feel about their names is yet another form of racist micro-aggressions.


The hidden cost of miscarriage

After listening to silence with the ultrasound technician, and getting confirmation from the doctor that there was no heartbeat, Moore knew her pregnancy had ended.


Groups across the city continue to combat food insecurity

In a city lauded for its expansive dining scene, 1.2 million New Yorkers were relying on emergency food programs before the pandemic, according to City Harvest


Garbage piles up as sanitation workers slow down

The vaccine mandate is frustrating some workers.


A Grocery Store Food Pantry

Suburban Food Bank for the Middle Class


Fentanyl rules the new wave of addiction

Fentanyl, which is often laced into other drugs, is driving the fourth wave of the national opioid crisis.


The Loss of a Park

As the city moves forward with its flood plan, construction on East River Park is estimated to take five years to complete


Small business encourage waste reduction in New York

During the pandemic, cities across the United States noticed an increase of trash being thrown away, and New York was no exception.