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NYU's Secret (and Not-So-Secret) Gardens

NYU's graceful green spaces do more than beautify our campus—they also provide countless passersby a brief respite from the grueling pace of city life. On this contemplative tour of the small plots tucked between NYU buildings, Supervisor of Landscaping George Reis explains how plants bring quiet dignity to an urban existence. 

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Nearly half a mile below the Antarctic ice sheet, there’s a hidden lake. And in that lake, there’s life—whole ecosystems, in fact...

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Josh Fattal with son, Isaiah

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Between Two Worlds: Life After Iranian Prison
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Washington Square Park, 1943

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David Holland's lab on Mercer Street

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NYU School of Law Dean Trevor Morrison

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Dean Confidential: Engineering's Katepalli R. Sreenivasan’s Dreams for His Next Life
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women's equality march, 1970

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On Feminism: The Word, the History, and the Case Against Leaning In
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