Elise Bortz, New York University
If you don’t have an Instagram account, no worries — everyone hates it (but will still use it despite your absence).
Because people cannot live without memes.
From leadership training to global food sharing, the annual TEDx NYU this year introduces the community to a span of visionary ideas that promise to induce global changes.
Despite what you’ve seen in the movies, New York is a terrible place to find love.
We asked student photographer Jayne Chen to capture what it feels like to go to school in New York City.
The March for Our Lives in New York is a reminder of how urgently we need social changes.
If you find yourself overwhelmed with all the midterm tests looming after spring break, sit back, take a breath and follow these eight tips.
Recent incidents with football players kneeling during the national anthem have people questioning one of the oldest pieces of U.S. history.
By simply reducing the meat portion in your diet, you are essentially conserving natural resources and saving the planet.
University of Michigan finance student Nick Gottlieb is exploring international economics following his success with the cryptocurrency business.
Behind the curtain of the Fashion Week is a scene opposite to its extravaganza: malnutrition, overwork and abuse of models.
From the viewpoints of those who fight it, fake news is formidable, but not invincible.
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