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Cooper Union occupation ends
They left because they said they had accomplished what they had set out to do: spark a larger conversation around the value of higher education.
Special Report: Election 2012
How GenY Voted
Did GenY turn out in record numbers?
Sandy’s destruction in Stuy-town
Stuyvesant Town was badly hit by Hurricane Sandy. The East Village apartment complex suffered extensive flooding and tree damage, and its residents remain without power and heat. There is no guarantee how soon residents' utilities will return.
Spring in NYC: Dog days in Tompkins Square
The first day of spring lifted the spirits of New Yorkers and their dogs.
Crumbling East Village Projects: Many tenants say they wait a year for repairs
Weary tenants say they can't get repairs done.
Crumbling East Village Projects: Broken elevators trap elderly and disabled
"Some of the residents here are incredibly ill," one resident says.
MetroCard artist sparks debate over use of discarded transit materials
MTA officials have had several run-ins with artists over copyright infringement.
Trouble continues to brew at the East Village’s Girls Prep
The East Village Middle School battles turmoil over ouster of popular principal.
After fire, St. Mark’s Comics back in business
After a fire struck St. Mark’s Comics in the East Village Feb. 17, the real superheroes were members of the New York City police and fire departments.
After cuts, rat problems in E. Village could worsen
The health department plans to reduce the number of pest control aides by almost 70 percent, and East Village residents fear rat infestations might increase.