Going into 2013, then-New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn was the odds-on favorite to become the first woman and out gay mayor of New York. But in an election in which "change" became a mantra, support from LGBT leaders couldn't overcome her close identification with outgoing Mayor Michael ... More >>
To save student-loan programs, the White House has saddled master's and Ph.D. candidates with added debt.
A new wave of student activism hits New York City
It's been quite a week for Tony Kushner, starting with an invitation to receive an honorary degree from John Jay College being revoked, and ending with his new play opening last night at the Public Theater -- and Kushner meeting the protesters who were there on his behalf. John Jay had plann ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. May 18, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 20 Of honest men & good writers By Jack Newfield After participating in several panel discussions, attending (More)'s counter-convention, reading books and articles by Tom Wolfe and Mike Arlen, and being i ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 13, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 2 My Back Pages By Jack Newfield PAGE ONE. Congressman Ed Koch is misleading the readers of The Voice. Koch and a close friend of his (Larry Maxwell) have published letters in The Voice denying that Ko ... More >>
CUNY makes a system-wide change, but anonymous reporting gets left out
Recession desperation produces a quaint throwback
—and a family's grief rekindled.
A wing and a prayer
A coalition of groups opposing the proposed rezoning of the Lower East Side held a trilingual press conference and protest outside Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's Office today, delivering a petition asking him to reject the rezoning plan recently approved by Manhattan Community Board 3. ... More >>
As presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama romanced major donors of Hillary Clinton in Washington, D.C. on Thursday evening, potential first lady Michelle Obama appeared in New York City to facilitate post-primary healing among members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender c ... More >>
Police blew off the story of a young black woman who vanished. She was tortured and murdered. Now, a court ruling has reopened the case on bias grounds.
Civil libertarians battle a city DNA database the hard way
A new doc touts New York nightlife as it should (and might not always) be
Pratt students invent the next New Yorkfor real.
Fundraising parties for trans surgery are all the rage, but don't tell Kerry Downey that.
Puerto Rican independence activists rally 'round an FBI crackdown
From the Summer of Love to Women's Lib, Gay Rights and Black Panthers
Where does African American studies go from here?
Pro-choice advocates wrestle with the uncomfortable
How guilty is the Times? Depends on whether you blame the media for the war.
The Best Slice Near Your School
Sheer Joy in Singing
Protests Turn Ugly as Pro-Palestinian and Pro-Israeli Forces Face Off On Campus
An Anti-Choice, Anti-Gay Trustee
NASA Tries to Launch Space-Science Dreams
Profiles of a Hidden Workforce
Rudy Heists City Archives to Shape His Own Legend
Undocumented Immigrants Reel After CUNY Hikes Tuitions
Giuliani Team Blows a Chance to Protect a Real Catholic Legacy
Students Challenge Citigroups Hand in Bad Lending and Environmental Devastation
Under Reform Guise, Giuliani Turns CUNY Into Patronage Mill
Twyla Tharp Reinvents Herself One More Time
An Activists Guide to Protests Outside the Republican Convention
Insurgents Seek Leadership of CUNY Union
Young Black Activists Are on the Move And on Their Own
The Dangers of Defending the KKK
Real estate explosion threatens downtown's dance ecology.
Building owners hire spies to win evictions
The Dubious Drug-Education Program Takes New York
Hunter coach Mike Brown loves the game so much, he quit big-time ball.
The Hidden History of Asian American Activism in New York City