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New Campus Construction Still on Track Despite Covid-19 Delay

As international students of all classes are finally able to return to campus (or in the case of first-years, access campus for the first time), our minds can’t help but turn towards the post-COVID-19 future of NYU Shanghai. A part of this future that 2 out of 4 undergraduate classes can look forward to is the new campus which is currently in construction. Here’s what to expect for the new campus and how construction is going after Covid-19 stopped all work for over 2 months.

NYU Shanghai Students Roll With Century Avenue Campus Changes

Much of NYU Shanghai’s identity derives from its small campus on Century Avenue, known fondly to students as “the AB.” With its signature 2nd floor cafe, study lounges, cafeteria and library, years of NYUSH students have grown accustomed to the simultaneously lively and cozy atmosphere of the building. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has dispersed NYUSH’s […]

Dance professor Aly Rose: Everyone should speak with their body

Contemporary Dance Professor Aly Rose is a very particular individual. Dauntless, passionate, and bold, she has a story like no other. Over a WeChat call in Shanghai, she unraveled her beginnings in dance and the journey to where she is today.

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A Beginner’s Guide: Branches of Economics and Business Structures

The concepts of business and economics might be pre-existing knowledge for some, but absolutely foreign for others. Additionally, there is often an unspoken fear of asking “beginner questions” when entering a professional environment. The articles in the series A Beginner’s Guide aim to help introduce beginner readers to the concepts and ideas behind the systems of business and economics. This first article will focus on introducing the different branches of economics and different business structures.

New Campus Construction Still on Track Despite Covid-19 Delay

As international students of all classes are finally able to return to campus (or in the case of first-years, access campus for the first time), our minds can’t help but turn towards the post-COVID-19 future of NYU Shanghai. A part of this future that 2 out of 4 undergraduate classes can look forward to is the new campus which is currently in construction. Here’s what to expect for the new campus and how construction is going after Covid-19 stopped all work for over 2 months.

A Beginner’s Guide: Branches of Economics and Business Structures

The concepts of business and economics might be pre-existing knowledge for some, but absolutely foreign for others. Additionally, there is often an unspoken fear of asking “beginner questions” when entering a professional environment. The articles in the series A Beginner’s Guide aim to help introduce beginner readers to the concepts and ideas behind the systems of business and economics. This first article will focus on introducing the different branches of economics and different business structures.

How to Be a Pen Pal

Sophomores Lichen (Jennifer) Dong, Zixin (Harry) Wang, and Guangyu (Tim) Wu talk about their experiences being members of the Pen-Friend club as part of the PEERXNYUSH chapter.

An Investigation of NYU Shanghai’s Finances

After NYU Shanghai’s financial records were audited for the year ending December 31, 2016, the report (财务报表计审计报告 or Financial Audit Report) was made available to the public. The main finding is that there was nothing dodgy in the audit report, even though NYUSH reported a loss. But, the main lesson from reading through NYUSH’s financial disclosure is long term viability.

My First Chinese New Year

"When a dish is finished, you don’t take it off the table, you stack the next dish on top of it, and it seemed that night that Bill’s father was determined to stack our dishes to the ceiling." Senior Sevi Reyes chronicles his trip to his freshman year roommate 陈震宇 (Bill)'s hometown over Chinese New Year.

拖了这么久,终于尝试理解没钓到好评的姜子牙了

While being one of the highly anticipated films after the reopening of theatres for COVID-19, Jiang ZiYa had killed the box office. However, many audiences expressed disappointment about its structure and confusion about its theme after watching this film. Actually, it includes thoughtful philosophical questions and an abstract discussion of The Trolley Problem. We try to subjectively analyze its inner conflict of having a huge theme, plain characters, and plot setting and how these conflicts become an unavoidable problematic narrative form. In the end, we still regard it as a pioneer of Chinese adult film animation.