“My Chinese is Best at Bars”: An Open Farewell
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“My Chinese is Best at Bars”: An Open Farewell

As I write this I’m not completely sober – a not unusual quality for a…

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Bidding Farewell
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Bidding Farewell

At On Century Avenue we let our work speak for itself, which is why, every…

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Hilary Clinton: The Sequel
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Hilary Clinton: The Sequel

  I’m hard pressed to remember how many weeks or months (or years) ago Hillary…

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The Opaqueness of the Met’s Looking Glass
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The Opaqueness of the Met’s Looking Glass

  The annual Met Gala is the most anticipated of fashion red carpets, as celebrities…

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Benefit For Nepal Raises ~20000 RMB
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Benefit For Nepal Raises ~20000 RMB

  On Sunday, May 10, the newly-formed club Rotaract at NYUSH, in partnership with Rotaract…

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Goodbye For Now, Class of 2017
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Goodbye For Now, Class of 2017

After two years together, the Class of 2017 will part ways as we begin our…

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Success and Failure in the Pre-Med Track
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Success and Failure in the Pre-Med Track

  I still remember walking into the Student Health Center on Broadway with a raging…

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Reflections: NYUSH Applies to Study Abroad
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Reflections: NYUSH Applies to Study Abroad

Study away decisions have been released, most visa forms completed, and now we’re onto the…

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The Global Service Initiative Launched
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The Global Service Initiative Launched

  Every year since 2010, the Student Senators Council (SSC) at NYU New York has…

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Catching Up With GAC
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Catching Up With GAC

  OCA’s NYU Global team had the pleasure of catching up with sophomore Kenny Song,…

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The Last Hurrah at ECNU
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The Last Hurrah at ECNU

The Class of 2017 “Met at Mao” one last time before leaving to study away…

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Best Buddies Program Comes to Shanghai
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Best Buddies Program Comes to Shanghai

  Discussion of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs) has long been swept under the rug…

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Would You Ask a Man That?
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Would You Ask a Man That?

On Apr. 12, 2015, Hillary Clinton announced that she was running for President of the…

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What’s Happening in the Huangpu?
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What’s Happening in the Huangpu?

Whenever there is a discussion about environmental issues in Shanghai, the first thing that comes…

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Blood and Bridal Gowns: The Fate of Women’s Rights in China
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Blood and Bridal Gowns: The Fate of Women’s Rights in China

While some countries, such as the United States, have constitutions that give discontent citizens the…

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Starting Interfaith Dialogue at NYU Shanghai
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Starting Interfaith Dialogue at NYU Shanghai

    In 2014 the documentary “Of Many” made its world premiere at the Tribeca…

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Welcome to NYU Poly
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Welcome to NYU Poly

    In 1973, due to financial hardship, NYU chose to sell its University Heights…

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Get a Real Life: Strawberry Music Festival
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Get a Real Life: Strawberry Music Festival

With the coming of spring, a series of outdoor music festivals are launching, or have…

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The Future of Service at NYU Shanghai
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The Future of Service at NYU Shanghai

It was 3 o’clock in the afternoon somewhere west of the Huangpu River in Shanghai,…

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Mindfulness Finds a Home at NYU
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Mindfulness Finds a Home at NYU

  “With mindfulness, you can establish yourself in the present in order to touch the…

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Five Must Try Desserts
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Five Must Try Desserts

Make Your Own Magnum 25RMB Magnum has recently opened up a pop-up shop located in…

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Shakespeare and Cesaire Come to Shanghai: A Review of The Tempests
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Shakespeare and Cesaire Come to Shanghai: A Review of The Tempests

On Apr. 26 and Apr. 28, students and faculty gathered in the NYU Shanghai lecture…

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Crisis and Aid: Reflections on Nepal
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Crisis and Aid: Reflections on Nepal

I continue to be deeply cautious about aid efforts pouring into the country, and here…

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