Takeaways from Twenty Days
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Takeaways from Twenty Days

"My generation will remember Jan. 20, 2017, and who we were with when we watched…

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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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A First Look at NYU Florence
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A First Look at NYU Florence

Allison Chesky shares her impression of NYU Florence after the first few weeks.

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Two Days in Rome
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Two Days in Rome

Want to visit Rome, but are short on time? Allison Chesky walks you through the…

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Student Government and Students Speak Out
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Student Government and Students Speak Out

In response to a "Facebook explosion," Student Government hosted a Forum on communication for the…

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One in Five
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One in Five

Supreme Court Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich recently announced during Kesha’s trial against Dr. Luke (Lukasz…

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GAF Program “Phased Out”
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GAF Program “Phased Out”

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) plans on shifting their academic support plan from a GAF-focused…

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“One, Two, 三,四”: SPSM’s Open Mic Night
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“One, Two, 三,四”: SPSM’s Open Mic Night

On Thursday night, SPSM held an open mic night for students, with eight staged performances…

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Appiah, Lehman, and Smith: “Fundamental Misunderstandings” of Academic Freedom
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Appiah, Lehman, and Smith: “Fundamental Misunderstandings” of Academic Freedom

Professor Appiah’s visa debacle, Congressman Smith’s congressional hearings, Chinese educational directives, and NYU Shanghai’s confidential…

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Chase McMillan: June 28, 1996 – January 31, 2016
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Chase McMillan: June 28, 1996 – January 31, 2016

On the morning of Jan. 31, Chase McMillan, a student at NYU Shanghai for the…

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The Forum: SLR Wants to Hear Your Voice
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The Forum: SLR Wants to Hear Your Voice

Tomorrow, on Nov. 17, Student Government will be holding their first forum on Residence Life…

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Stoners Without Borders
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Stoners Without Borders

This past week, the Supreme Court in Mexico ruled 4-1 that four members of the…

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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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Poetry Across Screens (and Cultures)
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Poetry Across Screens (and Cultures)

“It’s English and Spanish – it’s like a river with many curves,” is how the…

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Conflicting Decisions
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Conflicting Decisions

On September 1, Pope Francis announced that for the coming “Year of Mercy,” also known…

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Benefit of the Doubt,  Reluctantly Given
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Benefit of the Doubt,  Reluctantly Given

Our community is perfect. We are integrated between demographics and genders and friend groups. NYU…

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Katy Perry in Shanghai: Growth of Western Music Out East
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Katy Perry in Shanghai: Growth of Western Music Out East

You may have known of or even attended Pitbull’s concert on April 7 and Katy…

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Duke-Kunshan Game
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Duke-Kunshan Game

NYU Shanghai fans packed ECNU High School Number 2 in our home district of Pudong…

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Beginning at Opposite Ends
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Beginning at Opposite Ends

Look, I’ll admit it – I forgot I applied. I took Chinese in high school…

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(De)Politicizing Pollution
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(De)Politicizing Pollution

I typically associate the term ‘air pollution’ with China, famous for its smoggy skies and…

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