Billy Richling

Billy Richling

Journalist/Student/Musician

I'm the News Director for WNYU and an intern at Human Rights Watch. Formerly the New York Observer, WNYC and Washington Square News. Email me: billy.richling@nyu.edu

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Washington Square News

Local record stores branch out to survive

While some record stores like Bleecker Bob's have lost the fight to survive, others are finding new ways to make a profit.

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FASP criticizes university expansion at fundraiser

Faculty, politicians, Greenwich Village residents and several students gathered at The Standard hotel Oct. 8 for a fundraiser hosted by Faculty Against the Sexton Plan.

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Washington Square News

Bloomberg launches campaign to lower volume

As Mayor Bloomberg prepares to leave office, he has launched a campaign to protect young people's ears from high-decibel music blasting from their headphones.

Washington Square News

NYU Langone Medical Center examines prominence of concussions

NYU Langone Medical Center opened its Concussion Center, which will specialize in head injury treatment and research.

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Washington Square News

N.Y. State's Health Department advises meningitis vaccination

In light of a recent outbreak of meningitis, New York state health department is advocating vaccination and caution.

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NYU's Taub Center tackles Israel/Palestine conflict in roundtable ...

Professors discussed the future of Israel/Palestine relations at the Taub Center last night.

Washington Square News

SNL comics subvert expectations with stand-up at Global Center

The NYU Program Board organized an event on Saturday where SNL stars Vanessa Bayer and Kate McKinnon performed stand-up for students.

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Washington Square News

New York City: loud but luxurious

Travel + Leisure Magazine's annual U.S. city survey paints New York City as the dirtiest but luxurious city in America.

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Graduate students' union, NYU strike agreement on vote for representation

Graduate employees voted in favor of having the UAW represent them as a bargaining unit....

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SLAM, unions protest NYU Law Met gala

About 30 demonstrators gathered outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art during the NYU School of Law’s annual Weinfeld Gala in an attempt to protest what they called a violation of workers’ rights.

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Washington Square News

Questlove, Weinger and students dissect what makes an album classic

Former Roots drummer Questlove opens his small class to select reporters.

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Expanding game center seeks to attract game designers with scholarship

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Washington Square News

Activists seek two-state solution to Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Two women activists from Israel and Palestine discussed their roles in peacebuilding in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at NYU....

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Washington Square News

Students organize against NYU expansion plan

Students and Alumni Against the Sexton Plan gathered in front of Bobst to protest the University's ongoing 2031 expansion plan.

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City-wide bikeshare program coming in May

The New York City Department of Transportation is planning to launch the nation's largest bike-share program in May.