New York University (NYU) Campus Safety has finally sent a campus-wide Safety Alert email addressing an alleged assault on an Asian student, following days of social media pressure from the victim and other student supporters.
On Feb. 16, 22-year-old NYU student AJ Sun claimed in an Instagram post that he had been assaulted just the day before in front of the university’s Stern building around 4:30 p.m. Sun described his attacker as a “white male” with blond hair who “quickly fled the scene” after he had “punched the left side of [Sun’s] head for no reason.”
A professor of politics at New York University has accused a reporter with Nikkei Asia of “misquoting” him in an article that sought his opinion on anti-Asian attacks.
David Denoon, director of the university’s Center on U.S.-China Relations, reportedly asked for a retraction of his comments but was allegedly turned down by the reporter in question.
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New York University (NYU) students from the Asian Greek fraternity house Lambda Phi Epsilon came under fire for leaked group messages discriminating against Black people.
Originally from Twitter, user @dawnofsaints brought the messages to light where it continued to gain attention since its Friday posting.