Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus
NYU international students struggle with move out of dorm orders
All over the US, universities have been closing down student housing in response to the new coronavirus outbreak, some of them turning the dorms into facilities for quarantine or temporary hospitals.
Aging in NYC
According to the city’s Department for the Aging, the number of seniors is projected to increase to 1.84 million by 2030, which means every 1 in 5 NewYorkers would be age 65 and above.
Private college students want to be included in free tuition debate
On the national level, the push for student loan forgiveness and free tuition revolves primarily around public state colleges and universities where it is believed the need is greatest.
Undocumented students seek help from schools
New York University has a website focused on assisting undocumented students. Without a pathway to citizenship and ICE arrests still […]
Jewish and Palestinian Students Clash in Washington Square Park
A student celebration of Israel is met by protestors.
NYU Muslim students still feel sting of “Muslim Ban”
It is the the year anniversary of the announcement of the ban.
NYU welcomes Puerto Rican hurricanes survivors to campus
Bennett and Garcia decided to transfer after barely managing one semester on the recovering island.
Race for Kids
By Wyatt Salsbury News package covering Race for Kids, an event put on by Youth Inc. and Royal Bank of […]
NY People: Simone Assboeck, Dance Instructor
By Dale Isip Simone Assboeck describes her life as a dance instructor in New York City.
The Fukushima Kids Summer Camp in New York
By Ugonma Ubani-Ebere The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant melted down in March 2011, and many families from that area, […]