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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Actors David Morse (L) and Rich Sommer attend 28th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards at NYU Skirball Center on May 5, 2013 in New York City.
New York is a place where games are played, but not necessarily where games are made. That’s going to change over the next decade ... The new NYU innovation lab is going to be around the corner from us here in DUMBO. You are going to see more of that stuff coming out of New York City, and we felt like it is such a great opportunity to try to establish a voice for New York City.
For some of the people who are being evaluated or who aren’t getting permanent contracts it was a departmental decision about whether or not that was an individual who the department wanted to be teaching that course [in perpetuity], or whether they wanted to have somebody different or a different courseMore quotes »
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Sleep problems an Alzheimer's 'warning'
in breathing being repeatedly interrupted during sleep and is often accompanied by heavy snoring. Dr Ricardo Osorio, from New York University School of Medicine, who led the new research, said: "We know that about 10 to 20 per cent of middle-aged adults in 5/19/13 from The Daily Telegraph Read more »
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of Art History “History of Western Art I, Antiquity through the Middle Ages,” summer term Adjunct Professor, New York University, Department of Art History “New York Architecture Field Study,” fall term “Painting and Sculpture in New York,” spring term Those from Gawker Read more »
Look: Kathleen Hanna’s Mementos From Her Riot Grrrl Days
her writings, lyrics and artwork will be featured in the book “The Riot Grrrl Collection.” Lisa Darms, an archivist at New York University (and a former roommate of Hanna’s), who edited the book, says there is “a hunger out there for access to the movement.” from The New York Times Read more »
Inside the Mystery of NYU’s Hidden Pig Sculptures
in closets deep within New York University’s Stern School of Business, there are at least 200 colorful pig sculptures—everything from gravy boats to ashtrays to beer steins. But where did they come from? Turns out: nobody knows—or so reports the New York Times. from Time Magazine Read more »