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NYU Response to Court of Appeals Decision in Favor of NYU and New York City
"NYU is pleased and gratified by today's Court of Appeals decision. "This project has been the subject of years of planning and review, been approved overwhelmingly by the City Planning Commission and City Council, and now has been given the go-ahead by the State's highest court. We look forward to moving ahead with the project, which is vital to meeting NYU's pressing academic space needs."--NYU Spokesman John Beckman
A new study, published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse by researchers affiliated with New York University's Center for Drug Use and HIV Research (CDUHR), examines how reasons for illicit marijuana use relates to the use of other drugs individually, rather than grouping them into a single “illicit drug” group.
The center for Irish and Irish-American studies links its much-anticipated program to the centenary of the death in New York City of exiled advocate for Irish freedom Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa.
Incoming freshmen at more than 130 colleges and universities will take surveys this year about a vital but often overlooked aspect of campus life: how students with different worldviews and religious backgrounds live, learn, and work together.
A unique program combining a life review writing workshop with conversations between seniors and college students enhances the sense of meaning in life for older adults living independently, finds a new study by NYU Steinhardt.
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