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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Sanctuary Cities: Refuge in Uncertain Times
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Sanctuary Cities: Refuge in Uncertain Times

Across the United States, sanctuary cities are standing up to threats of deportation.

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Spring in Sweden: Escaping the GNU
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Spring in Sweden: Escaping the GNU

During her junior year, Ilham Farah took a step outside the Global Network and into…

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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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An Interview with Mariana Levy
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An Interview with Mariana Levy

Alicja Jader interviews Argentine screenwriter Mariana Levy about her career and newest film, Lifeline.

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88 Shanghai: Graduation Kickoff
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88 Shanghai: Graduation Kickoff

A Letter to my Unborn Child
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A Letter to my Unborn Child

Reading at NYU Shanghai
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Reading at NYU Shanghai

More than half of NYU Shanghai surveyed said that schoolwork does not allow them time…

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How Great Can One Be at Erasing History?
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How Great Can One Be at Erasing History?

During France's 25th presidential elections, the candidates discussed colonization and sparked national debate. Nady Thiam…

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Poke Poke: Sushi Bowls on Shanxi Road
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Poke Poke: Sushi Bowls on Shanxi Road

Sabina Olsson and the OCA tasting team take on Poke, a delicious Hawaiian "sushi bowl."

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Why Should We Celebrate Black History Month?
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Why Should We Celebrate Black History Month?

"We need to work as a community to give Black History Month its due diligence…

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Students Attend Symposium at Duke Kunshan
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Students Attend Symposium at Duke Kunshan

NYU Shanghai students attended a symposium at Duke Kunshan, where experts discussed the changing nature…

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Avoiding the Second Semester Slump
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Avoiding the Second Semester Slump

After a long winter break, getting back into the spring semester is always a challenge.

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