NYU

Project (Persian) Runway

11/28/2008
Editorial Intern

There are so many student clubs at New York University that it takes a lot for one of them to get noticed. So the Iranian Jewish Club, which was launched five years ago but has kept a low profile, tried something guaranteed to make a splash: a little glamour.
It worked.
More than 300 people packed into the Rosenthal Pavilion in the Kimmel Center at NYU recently to get a glimpse of sparkly gowns, flashy cocktail dresses, hip-hop outfits and graceful wedding gowns parading down the runway.

A Week of Activism

With their own counter events, rallies and even popcorn,
pro-Israel students made sure Israeli Apartheid Week didn’t dominate campus discourse.

03/13/2009
Editorial Intern

Last Wednesday, approximately 70 New York University students viewed “The Impact of Occupation: This Body is a Prison,” as part of Israeli Apartheid Week.
While they watched the film, which is highly critical of Israeli policies in the occupied West Bank, many in the audience noshed on popcorn from cups plastered with pro-Israel messages.

NYU students braved the cold last week to show their support for Israel during a week of Palestinian protests.

Washington Square On The Persian Gulf

04/30/2008
Staff Writer
Although there are no diplomatic relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, New York University’s plans to open a campus in its capital, Abu Dhabi, is being welcomed by Israeli and Jewish faculty.

New Man, New Tests At YIVO

07/15/2009
Staff Writer

The position of executive director of the YIVO Institute of Jewish Research is not one Jonathan Brent sought out.

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