The ruling by the state's top court ends a yearslong battle to block the project.
As judges hear the case, a third major city newspaper has come out in favor of NYU's plan.
From salvaging the Letterman set to dormitory move out scavenging, dumpstering is a proud NYC tradition.
Have you ever seen your parents do karaoke? Multiply that by a thousand.
It's creepy. But also kind of good?
Landon Thomas has not been seen since April 27, according to his friends and family.
Demonstrators protested working conditions at the Guggenheim's Abu Dhabi location.
The city's top housing advocates say blocking the expansion will hamstring affordable development.
Lisa Nelson uses creative partnerships to offer field trips and after-school, college-prep courses.
Andrew Hamilton, vice chancellor of England's Oxford University, will take over in 2016.
NYU celebrated Brain Awareness Week at its annual NYU Langone Community Brain Fair.
Monday night's nearly six-hour bargaining session brought victories for both sides.
After a full year of contract negotiations, the grad students' union was prepared to strike on Tuesday.
The state's Court of Appeals has agreed to hear a case brought by opponents of the NYU 2031 plan.
Mitchell Moss of NYU said transport was as important to reducing inequality in the city as education.
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