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16 Point Lead Not Enough as Bard Edges NYU-Poly

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NY -  A 16 point lead in the first half was not enough for the NYU-Poly men's basketball team as it took on winless Bard College in a Skyline Conference matchup Thursday...

Women's Basketball Snaps Losing Streak; Beats Bard

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NY - The NYU-Poly Women's Basketball team found itself in a must-win situation coming into Thursday night's Skyline Conference matchup with Bard College. The Lady Jays, reeling...

IEEE Honors Three NYU-Poly Professors

IEEE, the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity, has honored three Polytechnic Institute of NYU...

Mount Saint Mary Defeats Jays

BROOKLYN, NY - The NYU-Poly men's basketball team played stride for stride with Mount Saint Mary for the first 15 minutes of Thursday night's Skyline Conference matchup. But a key 8-0 run late in the...

Women's Basketball Remains Unbeaten With Win Over Sage

Albany, NY - The NYU-Poly Lady Jays travelled to Sage Colleges on Tuesday evening to take on the Lady Gators in the first game in nearly a month for both squads. In the end, NYU-Poly rallied for the...

All Lit Up: Senior Billy Gordon Shines as an Inventor

The casual onlooker could be forgiven for thinking the colorful lights are part of the holiday decor, those strings of reflective light that bedeck streetlamps and shop windows this time of year. No...

Men's Soccer Collects Toys for Tots

BROOKLYN, NY-  As part of the NYU-Poly men's soccer programs community service outreach, the team spent the last two weeks collecting toys and monetary donations for the NYC Toys for Tots...

David Wong Receives 2010 Bugliarello Prize

David Wong, an associate dean of research and a professor in the Division of Oral Biology and Medicine at the UCLA School of Dentistry, has been named the recipient of the 2010 George Bugliarello...

Women's Basketball Upsets Farmingdale

FARMINGDALE, NY -  Thursday night's Skyline Conference tilt against Farmingdale wasn't just an early season test for the NYU-Poly women's basketball team; it was a test to see if the...

NYU-Poly Physics Club Members Earn 'Accomplished Competitor' Ranking in 2010 University Physics Competition

Congratulations to Kshitij Sood, Christopher Griffith and Zhili Dong, members of the Physics Club at NYU-Poly, for earning an "accomplished competitor" ranking in the 2010 University Physics...