Do Cliques Click at NYU Shanghai?
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Do Cliques Click at NYU Shanghai?

With only 300 students making up each grade, the NYU Shanghai student body experiences asocial…

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Harry Potter Juggling the Roles of Husband and a Father in a J.K. Rowling Sequel
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Harry Potter Juggling the Roles of Husband and a Father in a J.K. Rowling Sequel

Fellow Potterheads rejoice! J.K. Rowling, creator of all things quidditch and butterbeer, has officially confirmed…

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Who’s Your Pumpkin?
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Who’s Your Pumpkin?

Get your costumes ready it is that time of year again, Halloween. Halloween falls on…

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OCA Sits Down with Liz the Litigator
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OCA Sits Down with Liz the Litigator

Elizabeth Cheung-Gaffney, known as Liz to her students, is Assistant Professor for John Sexton. Prior…

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The Power Struggle: Democrat Edition
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The Power Struggle: Democrat Edition

The Presidential Democratic Debate on Oct. 13, 2015 If Jim Webb goes back to the…

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Shanghai: Asia’s City of Fashion
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Shanghai: Asia’s City of Fashion

Take a stroll through Plaza 66 and you will be met by the squeaky flooring,…

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An Intellectual Camping Ground: BarCamp 2016
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An Intellectual Camping Ground: BarCamp 2016

On Oct. 25, NYU Shanghai hosted its third Barcamp. More than 600 people and over…

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你看,海的那边是日本
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你看,海的那边是日本

也不是一场说走就走的旅行,毕竟提前一个月就已经决定要去这个跟上海只隔着一道东海的国度。

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Indian Writers Are Protesting…Something?
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Indian Writers Are Protesting…Something?

  In recent weeks, 41 of India’s most esteemed writers made international headlines when they…

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Back to Square One: US Voting Restrictions On the Rise
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Back to Square One: US Voting Restrictions On the Rise

For all its talk about democracy, the US has a pretty bad history with universal…

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Celebrating the Cherries
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Celebrating the Cherries

The news of the Syrian refugees crossing the boundaries of East European countries, waiting in…

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Academics at NYU Paris
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Academics at NYU Paris

  The academic building at NYU Paris is situated in a beautiful, relatively massive brick…

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The Female Viagra: Saying Goodbye to Sexual Dissatisfaction
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The Female Viagra: Saying Goodbye to Sexual Dissatisfaction

As a university student, sexual complaints are incredibly common among my female friends. Recently, a…

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Opening of the NYU Shanghai Art Gallery features Qin Feng
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Opening of the NYU Shanghai Art Gallery features Qin Feng

Oct. 25, at NYU Shanghai, will forever be remembered by the opening of NYU Shanghai…

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NYU Apologizes to Student Workers, Payroll Still Backed Up
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NYU Apologizes to Student Workers, Payroll Still Backed Up

Within the past month, New York University’s Payroll Department has come under fire for its…

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Living Among the Parisians
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Living Among the Parisians

Living among the Parisians If you are applying for a semester away in Paris, be…

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Vertical Run for Charity Supported by NYU Shanghai Student Volunteers
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Vertical Run for Charity Supported by NYU Shanghai Student Volunteers

1445 runners participated in a vertical charity run in Shanghai’s International Financial Centre. Created by…

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History’s Horrors Live On in Stone
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History’s Horrors Live On in Stone

Along the coast of Ghana, visitors can still see the former slave castles built during…

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The Lone Traveler
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The Lone Traveler

Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting. This podcast was done by Kadallah Burrowes and Lilly Korinek.…

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Let Me Study Abroad in China
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Let Me Study Abroad in China

NYU Shanghai is a great university, but I wish we could study abroad in China……

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NYU To Build a Campus on Mars
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NYU To Build a Campus on Mars

On Century Avenue is proud to bring you coverage from the launching of the starship…

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The Not-So Popular Major
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The Not-So Popular Major

In April 2014, I sat in a shuttle bus surrounded by strangers with one thing…

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Sexual Conduct Training at NYUNY and NYUSH
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Sexual Conduct Training at NYUNY and NYUSH

At the Washington Square campus in New York, a great deal of focus is placed…

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1921 Gucci
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1921 Gucci

Tucked away in the upscale IAPM mall is Shanghai’s very own Gucci restaurant, 1921 Gucci.…

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Damsel in Distress No More
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Damsel in Distress No More

We’re in the 21st century ladies, sexism is over, we are finally equal and free!…

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朝鲜游记: Travelling in North Korea
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朝鲜游记: Travelling in North Korea

初到丹东,便可以逐渐感觉到一些朝鲜的气息,无论是朝鲜语的广告牌还是身着朝鲜族服装的妇女,亦或是佩戴朝鲜领导人胸章的朝鲜客商,都预示着我们离朝鲜原来越近,站在酒店的窗边便可以看到朝鲜的边境城市新义州,远眺江的对岸也有不少高楼,不过夜幕降临后的对岸更加寂静,零星灯火点缀的黑暗给人更加神秘的感觉。

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HONY-Style Start-Up at NYU Shanghai
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HONY-Style Start-Up at NYU Shanghai

  Behind the need to communicate is the need to share. Behind the need to…

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一条街的日与夜
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一条街的日与夜

我不知道这是如何一种微妙的体验,只有当我行走在世纪大道宽敞而平坦的路面,被拥挤而孤独的的写字楼环绕时,才想念起了浦西那片盘落有致的街道,那里没有横平竖直的道路,有的是一种夹在在回环之间的情调。

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Living in Xinjiang
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Living in Xinjiang

Desert. Grassland. Basin. As a student who has lived in Xinjiang for 17 years, these…

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Biting the Bullet
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Biting the Bullet

The Hypocrisy of the UN
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The Hypocrisy of the UN

The Human Rights Council (HRC) is an international body within the United Nations that is…

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Vice Chancellor Lehman Honored With Shanghai Gold Magnolia Award
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Vice Chancellor Lehman Honored With Shanghai Gold Magnolia Award

On Sept. 30, 2015, the Shanghai Municipal Government presented NYU Shanghai Vice Chancellor Jeffrey Lehman…

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CDC Presents the Career Expo
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CDC Presents the Career Expo

  If you don’t remember from last year, there was only one internship fair scheduled.…

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How I Met Your Sibling
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How I Met Your Sibling

Breaking Barriers Initiative (BBI) is a student government-led organization with the purpose of bringing our…

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Turkey’s Largest Act of Terrorism
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Turkey’s Largest Act of Terrorism

Note from the Editor: At the time of publication, official death and injury tolls from…

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I’m Getting Paid to Smoke
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I’m Getting Paid to Smoke

The following story is written in first person, but this disclaimer is being placed: It…

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Street Maps and Incorrect Coordinates: Issues Involving Online Mapping in China
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Street Maps and Incorrect Coordinates: Issues Involving Online Mapping in China

It is raining outside, pouring. A Shanghai woman has agreed to meet her friends for…

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72 Hours in Singapore
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72 Hours in Singapore

If I become moderately rich and still live in Asia when I am older, Singapore…

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China in America’s Backyard
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China in America’s Backyard

In discussing global politics attention to how countries are flexing their economic and military status,…

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Till It Happens to You
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Till It Happens to You

In contrast to her usual music videos which brim with vibrant colors, outrageous costumes, and…

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CDC Introduces Career Bootcamp
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CDC Introduces Career Bootcamp

Work experience is a valuable asset that most young people start seriously thinking about once…

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Academics at NYUNY
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Academics at NYUNY

The New Powers of Observation
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The New Powers of Observation

On a platform in Hoboken, NJ, looking out across at the Manhattan skyline, Dr. Steven…

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Swan Lake Comes to the Shanghai Grand Theatre
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Swan Lake Comes to the Shanghai Grand Theatre

Watching Swan Lake is a rite of passage for art lovers all around the world.…

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America’s “Political Correctness”
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America’s “Political Correctness”

Identity politics has become the moist new breeding ground for political correctness as its “politics”…

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Uzbek Officials Ban the Study of Political Science
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Uzbek Officials Ban the Study of Political Science

The Uzbek Ministry of Education recently banned all its universities from teaching political science. The…

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An Unforgettable Trek
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An Unforgettable Trek

In the jungle of northern Thailand, about 65 kilometers from the Burmese border, my friends…

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The New and Improved Guide to the ARC
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The New and Improved Guide to the ARC

  Starting another great year here at NYUSH, while some things have changed in the…

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I Do Not Want to Connect on LinkedIn
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I Do Not Want to Connect on LinkedIn

“Would you like to join my professional network on LinkedIn”? The seemingly innocuous email subject…

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A Semester of Palace Life
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A Semester of Palace Life

This article is part of a series covering the different types of housing at the…

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Farmers’ Market Boasts Great Turnout
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Farmers’ Market Boasts Great Turnout

Every other Friday the Green Shanghai club hosts a Farmers’ Market. October 9th was not…

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Bringing the US-Sino Show Back In
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Bringing the US-Sino Show Back In

The auditorium went bright. The audience applauded. The huge screen lit up. Two hosts, one…

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Another Side of the Bund
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Another Side of the Bund

After rain in the autumn, the weather becomes more pleasant. How do we enjoy ourselves…

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The Silver Lining of Global Warming
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The Silver Lining of Global Warming

Now that Xi Jinping has announced that China, the world’s number one emitter of greenhouse…

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