New York University said it plans to appeal a state court ruling that blocked part of its planned expansion in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.
New York University was blocked by a state judge from beginning much of a 2 million-square-foot expansion in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.
New York University’s announcement that President John Sexton will leave in three years could signal a shift from an era of bold plans and big spending in U.S. higher education.
New York University ’s battle with Greenwich Village preservationists will continue after the school changed a building site without switching neighborhoods.
Hurricane Irene is delaying a rite of passage for students starting college along the U.S. East Coast as campus officials look to avoid compounding the pain of parting with actual physical injury from the storm.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city may select multiple universities as winners in his competition to open new engineering campuses to create jobs.
"NYU is highly sensitive to costs and their impacts."
- John Beckman on Aug 15, 2013