Please Don’t Go
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Please Don’t Go

Anthony Comeau discuss the situation and reactions of international justice groups after South Africa and…

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Weekly Global Campus News
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Weekly Global Campus News

Thomas Justin Klein, News Editor of The Gazelle, reports on developments at the NYU Abu…

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GBC and UBA Co-Host Robin8
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GBC and UBA Co-Host Robin8

Two NYU Shanghai clubs co-hosted Miranda Tan, founder of China's top intelligent influencer platform.

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Inside Art+ Shanghai
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Inside Art+ Shanghai

Ye Hongxing's exhibition uses murals and sculptures to challenge ideas of accumulation.

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Doubting Democracy
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Doubting Democracy

Many are surprised to learn that China has democratic elections--but are they truly democratic? Ben…

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How To: China’s Skincare Industry
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How To: China’s Skincare Industry

"In the middle of what looked like a complex web of indescribable Chinese was a…

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A Time for Introspection
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A Time for Introspection

"As much as I despise almost everything Trump stands for, I wish him all the…

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Clay Shirky Talks Media, Elections, and the Liberal Bubble
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Clay Shirky Talks Media, Elections, and the Liberal Bubble

The media plays an important role in today's society, and Professor Clay Shirky sits down…

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Café on Air: Satisfying the Hungry Mind, but not the Rumbling Stomach
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Café on Air: Satisfying the Hungry Mind, but not the Rumbling Stomach

Cafe on Air is a quiet coffee shop tucked into Shanghai's French Concession. City Lights…

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What Happened on U.S. Election Day?
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What Happened on U.S. Election Day?

With Donald Trump's election, Mira Yoo reports on the Electoral College and explains the voting…

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Weekly Global Campus News
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Weekly Global Campus News

Thomas Justin Klein, News Editor of The Gazelle, reports on developments at the NYU Abu…

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Open Letter to the NYU Shanghai Community from Your Classmate in DC
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Open Letter to the NYU Shanghai Community from Your Classmate in DC

Following Faith in China
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Following Faith in China

Religion in China, particularly Christianity, is subject to government control and regulation.

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Continuing the Conversation: Book Recommendations
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Continuing the Conversation: Book Recommendations

Sarabi N. Eventide gives book recommendations to continue the conversations started at Ally Week.

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The Korean Government Scandal
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The Korean Government Scandal

Emira Sabanovic explains the government scandal causing protests across South Korea.

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Swiper No Swiping
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Swiper No Swiping

Oriana Angelis discusses the importance of the Golden Rule at the NYU Shanghai.

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Poetry For Change: An Interview with Richa Gupta
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Poetry For Change: An Interview with Richa Gupta

"I started Moledro with the aim of giving young writers the chance to expand the…

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Athletics at NYU Shanghai
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Athletics at NYU Shanghai

NYU Shanghai student athletes speak up in defense of the sports program following a WSN…

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Clean Up Your S**t
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Clean Up Your S**t

Ben Haller discusses the problem of leaving public spaces at NYU Shanghai messy.

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Green Shanghai Beach Clean-Up
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Green Shanghai Beach Clean-Up

A Green Shanghai club member shares his experience at a beach clean-up in Shanghai.

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我们在怕什么
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我们在怕什么

我听过,也自己发出过这样的抱怨:“这里的中餐都不正宗,要什么没什么,还贵的要命,真是等不急回家了。”

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After the Storm
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After the Storm

Isabel Adler reports on how NYU Shanghai reacted to the recent U.S. elections.

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Letter from the Managing Board
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Letter from the Managing Board

Let’s Talk About Hate
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Let’s Talk About Hate

"If you think those angry with Trump’s election are being hateful, reevaluate your privilege."

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Where To From Here?
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Where To From Here?

Michelle Huang reminders environmentalists around the world that regardless of who is President, it is…

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How To Feed Your Vegetarian Friend
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How To Feed Your Vegetarian Friend

Pramugdha Maheswari recommends easy recipes to cater to your vegetarian friends during a party.

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Three Semesters Abroad: Comparing Site Academics, and Other Fun Activities
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Three Semesters Abroad: Comparing Site Academics, and Other Fun Activities

Dana Meyers compares academics, student life, and other activities at different NYU study away sites.

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An Open Letter to Hindus For Trump
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An Open Letter to Hindus For Trump

"Dear Hindus for Trump, Muslims are not our enemies. Pakistanis are not our enemies. The…

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I Am Happy
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I Am Happy

At a time when several Americans around the world are disfraught about election results, Allison…

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On Lu Yang’s “Delusional Crime and Punishment”
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On Lu Yang’s “Delusional Crime and Punishment”

"The inspiration behind it springs forth from two fundamental questions: the origin of human life…

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NYU Shanghai Football Team’s Road to Success
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NYU Shanghai Football Team’s Road to Success

Anisa Muca interviews follows the development and successes of the NYU Shanghai Football Team, who…

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China’s One Child Policy: One Year Later
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China’s One Child Policy: One Year Later

Ben Haller discusses why China's reversal of the one-child policy came too late to fix…

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Tips for Double Eleven
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Tips for Double Eleven

Features Editor Joyce Wang gives you tips to survive the Double Eleven shopping craze.

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The Origin of Double Eleven
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The Origin of Double Eleven

What is the Real Controversy?
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What is the Real Controversy?

A French student responds to the NYU Shanghai talk on the Burkini Ban in France.

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Meet the NYU Shanghai Hyperloop
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Meet the NYU Shanghai Hyperloop

The NYU Shanghai Hyperloop team is on the front lines of technological development.

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What to Do When Robbed at the Great Wall
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What to Do When Robbed at the Great Wall

It's every traveler's nightmare come true--what do you do when your passport is stolen at…

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Samsung, Xiaomi, or Apple?
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Samsung, Xiaomi, or Apple?

As Samsung burns and Apple tries to fill the void, Mira Yoo discusses how Chinese…

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Milo Yiannopoulos Speech Cancelled at NYU New York
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Milo Yiannopoulos Speech Cancelled at NYU New York

NYU faces criticism for obstructing free speech in light of Milo Yiannopoulos' canceled speech.

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Neutral Sex: Limits of Gender and Stereotypes
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Neutral Sex: Limits of Gender and Stereotypes

"Wang’s works create an awareness of the fundamental, and often ridiculous, notions of identity society…

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An NYU Shanghai Student and the Pursuit of Happiness
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An NYU Shanghai Student and the Pursuit of Happiness

Is happiness merely an unobtainable construct? Are we all supposed to be sad? There has…

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Weekly Global Campus News
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Weekly Global Campus News

Thomas Justin Klein, News Editor of The Gazelle, reports on developments at the NYU Abu…

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Champion Swimmer Ning Zetao Comes to NYU Shanghai
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Champion Swimmer Ning Zetao Comes to NYU Shanghai

Chinese Olympic World Champion Ning Zetao visited NYU Shanghai to discuss the importance of globalization…

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Shanghai vs. Stern: “Pretty Much The Same”
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Shanghai vs. Stern: “Pretty Much The Same”

Isabel Adler explores the differences and similarities between courses at NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern…

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An Interview with Harnidh Kaur
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An Interview with Harnidh Kaur

The Intersection of Art and Education with Eliot Gattegno
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The Intersection of Art and Education with Eliot Gattegno

Professor Eliot Gattegno held a talk with students discussing the intersection of innovation and art.

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A Week of Healthy and (Relatively) Cheap Breakfasts in One Hour
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A Week of Healthy and (Relatively) Cheap Breakfasts in One Hour

For those running short on time for breakfast, Sarabi Eventide walks you through an easy…

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Organizing the Organizations
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Organizing the Organizations

What do students think of the new club system at NYU Shanghai, and does it…

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中国的民主集中制和美国的两党制
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中国的民主集中制和美国的两党制

现在大部分的中国人对美国的选举都比较熟悉,也听说过美国的两党制。

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Why China?
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Why China?

Momachi Pabrai shares why she decided to study abroad here at NYU Shanghai and the…

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How to De-Stress Through Yoga
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How to De-Stress Through Yoga