It is the nightmare that virtually all email users dread: accidentally hitting "Reply All". This week, one student at New York University took the all-too-simple error to the next level, when he inadvertently discovered a bug in theShow More Summary
A sophomore at New York University who was trying to forward an email from the Bursar’s Office to his mother accidentally hit “reply to all” and ended up CC’ing 39,979 fellow students. After Max Wiseltier realized his mistake, he sent out a quick apology. But his email “triggered a rare, University-wide revelation,” according to the [...]Show More Summary
When New York University sophomore Max Wiseltier got an email about a change to his tuition, he did what any college student would do: He sent it to his mom. The only problem? Wiseltier, a business finance major minoring in computer science, hit “reply all,”...
New York University sophomore student Max Wiseltier started a wildfire of lulz yesterday when he accidentally hit "reply all" to a school-wide bulletin e-mail that was only meant to be forwarded to his mother. Triggered by the University's...Show More Summary
What would you write if you could send a note to 40,000 people? This week students at New York University had the chance to do just that, after an NYU sophomore accidentally discovered a bug in a school Listserv system that allowed anyone to ‘reply all’ to a generic university-wide email. Show More Summary
New York University students haven't had the easiest semester. They already had to make it through Hurricane Sandy and on Monday night, they also had...
Robert Bauer, former top lawyer to the Obama re-election campaign, will teach a course on political reform at New York University Law School this spring.
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We've all been there. Max Wiseltier, a sophomore at New York University, was simply trying to forward an email from the Bursar's Office to his mother on Monday. Instead, Wiseltier accidentally hit "reply all," cc'ing 39,979 of his fellow NYU students in the process. Wiseltier, realizing what he had done, fired off a quick apology. [...]
When one New York University student realized he could hit "reply all" to one of those all-school housekeeping e-mails universities send out, about paperless tuition forms or something, it sparked a campus-wide frenzy of students sending messages to all 40,000 of their peers just for the hell of it. Our ... More »
Median net worth in the United States reached its lowest point since 1967 in 2010, according to a new study by Professor Edward Wolff at New York University. Moreover, according to Wolff’s research, inequality skyrocketed as a consequence of the Great Recession, taking resources away from middle class, minority, and young families while the wealthy [...]
Julius Caesar in History and in the Classroom NEW YORK UNIVERSITY January 26, 2013, 11am-6pm The NY Classical Club is pleased to announce a conference on Julius Caesar, including a review of the new Advanced Placement curriculum, to be held on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, 11am-6pm, at New York University, Jurow Hall, Silver Center. The [...]
This week, Bath & Body Works is hiring an art director, while Orlando magazine needs a photo editor. New York University is seeking a graphic designer, and Haute Living magazine is on the hunt for a senior graphic designer. Get the scoop...Show More Summary
1. More on the key issue of election reform: New York University law professor and Obama campaign adviser Richard Pildes on this year’s Election Day glitches and worse. 2. Steve Benen takes aim at Scott Walker’s anti-voting agenda. Read full article >>
NEW YORK, November 20, 2012 – Researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) have published findings that further illuminate the emerging field of ethorobotics — the study of bioinspired robots interacting...Show More Summary
Chemists at New York University have discovered a family of anti-freeze molecules that prevent ice formation when water temperatures drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Their findings, which are reported in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), may lead to new methods for improving food storage and industrial products. read more
“It’s always important when working in policy to consider what we can do beyond conception and look at more implementation,” said Valerie Stahl of New York University at the Wilson Center last month. Stahl was one of three graduate students presenting their winning papers for an annual academic paper competition, “Reducing Urban Poverty,” co-sponsored by [...]
Matt Williams, reporting for The Guardian: Josh Begley, a graduate student at New York University, developed Drones+ to provide up-to-date information on strikes, using reports collated by the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism...Show More Summary
Erosion caused by flowing water does not only smooth out objects, but can also form distinct shapes with sharp points and edges, a team of New York University researchers has found. Their findings, which appear in the latest editionShow More Summary
GlobaLex, the electronic collection created by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law, recently updated a number of its excellent research guides.Here are some of them: A Guide on the Harmonization of International Commercial Law (by Duncan E. Show More Summary