NYU Art School Students Demand Money Back After Classes Cancelled; Dean Sends Video of Herself Dancing in Response

by Ashe Schow
Daily Wire

A New York University dean’s attempts to connect with students through dance, her preferred art medium, fell flat when a video she sent of herself dancing to students who demanded a tuition refund appeared tone deaf.

As CNN reported, NYU transferred to remote teaching during the coronavirus pandemic, but students at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts are finding remote classrooms to be difficult, since they don’t have access to the rehearsal spaces or other features of art school. The outlet spoke to senior drama student Emma Hoersdig, who said performing scenes over Zoom creates “disconnect” and “isn’t the education we paid for.” Hoersdig started a Facebook group asking for tuition reimbursement – a group that now has more than 800 members, according to CNN. Nearly 4,000 people have signed a petition on Change.org demanding their tuition back.

The petition was started by Jack Ford and Noah Ozuna, who wrote:

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