There have been many news stories analyzing Mayor Bloomberg’s love for his iPad in recent weeks, but he offered a new glimpse into his relationship with the device today when he slipped in a completely unsolicited plug during a speech at Dartmouth College.
Thirteen college presidents, including NYU’s John Sexton, sent a letter to the Labor Department this week discouraging further regulation of unpaid internships:
While we share your concerns about the potential for exploitation, our institutions take great pains to ensure students are placed in secure and productive environments that further their education. We Read More
A bunch of students from a business frat (“business frat”?) at NYU’s Stern business school have started a business magazine: The Alpha Magazine, it’s called. NYU Local spoke with co-editor-in-chief Lucy Liu, who is presumably not actually Lucy Liu.
Good news: Business leaders of tomorrow are excited about print! Read More
College rejection hurts, but it takes the edge off if you can use The New York Times to critique the school that passed on you.
High School Senior Brian C. Bose writes for The Times “The Choice” blog on college admissions. He was “a nervous wreck” before hearing from dream school NYU. And on April Read More
A college’s aura of exclusivity depends mostly on its ability to drive applicants into a wild-eyed frenzy of self-doubt. In the interest of furthering this cause, presumably, NYU sent a handful of applicants a letter ambiguously suggesting that “it might be a good idea” to “start checking travel plans to visit campus.” Read More