NYU Shanghai Alumni Program Prepares for Launch
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NYU Shanghai Alumni Program Prepares for Launch

As the Class of 2017 prepares for commencement, a committee of students is hard at…

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Town Hall Tackles Mental Health at NYU Shanghai
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Town Hall Tackles Mental Health at NYU Shanghai

The Student Health Advisory Committee held a Town Hall to address student concerns about mental…

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88 Shanghai: Graduation Kickoff
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88 Shanghai: Graduation Kickoff

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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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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International Students and the Chinese Work Visa
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International Students and the Chinese Work Visa

Savannah Billman investigates the visa restrictions international students at NYU Shanghai face while searching for…

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Your Weekly News Briefing
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Your Weekly News Briefing

NYU Shanghai takes on the third debate
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NYU Shanghai takes on the third debate

NYU Shanghai students gather one final time to watch the U.S. Presidential Debates.

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Taiwan Comes to Shanghai
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Taiwan Comes to Shanghai

Savannah Billman reviews the Shilin Night Market, a Taiwanese food paradise in Shanghai.

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NYU Shanghai’s Nicole Chan Attends UN Novus Summit
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NYU Shanghai’s Nicole Chan Attends UN Novus Summit

NYU Shanghai senior Nicole Chan attended the UN's Novus Summit to discuss Sustainable Development Goals…

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The Presidential Comedy 2016
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The Presidential Comedy 2016

The Presidential Debate 2016 brought its fair share of policies, controversy, and some really good…

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Your Weekly News Briefing
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Your Weekly News Briefing

Your Weekly News Briefing
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Your Weekly News Briefing

Illegal Tutoring in China
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Illegal Tutoring in China

Trump: Too Close to Home
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Trump: Too Close to Home

Trump always seemed like the cartoonish villain on TV - until he went to my…

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The NYU Shanghai Bucket List
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The NYU Shanghai Bucket List

Whether you've been at NYU Shanghai for one year or four, there are some things…

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Building a Home Away From Home
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Building a Home Away From Home

Sophomore Savannah Billman reflects on the past year in Shanghai and the changes ahead.

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Where in the World is NYU Shanghai?
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Where in the World is NYU Shanghai?

Savannah Billman explores how several NYU Shanghai students are spending their summer.

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NYU Shows Support for Earthquakes That Rock Ecuador, Japan
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NYU Shows Support for Earthquakes That Rock Ecuador, Japan

NYU Shanghai students are invited to attend an event at 10 a.m. Apr. 24 at…

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The Discomfort Zone
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The Discomfort Zone

Universities, especially small and liberal ones like NYU Shanghai, are supposed to be a place…

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Challenge Denied: The A4 Waist
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Challenge Denied: The A4 Waist

China's latest beauty challenge features putting an A4 size piece of paper against your waist,…

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Reflections on “A Flourishing Void”
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Reflections on “A Flourishing Void”

As one of the most sought-after artists in China, Song Dong truly outdid himself in…

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College Tuition and the Rise of Sugar Babies
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College Tuition and the Rise of Sugar Babies

"NYU has recently experienced a surge in publicity for being the college with the most…

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My Body, My Choice?
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My Body, My Choice?

As Texan laws shut down abortion clinics across the state, many wonder whether the anti-abortion…

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The System That Failed Kesha (And Us All)
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The System That Failed Kesha (And Us All)

#FreeKesha: people online stand united in protest against the unfair, sexist policies and views that…

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Expats Beware: Drug Crackdown in Shenzhen
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Expats Beware: Drug Crackdown in Shenzhen

China’s harsh drug laws are well-known to the expat community all over the country, but…

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Will All The Other Actors Please Stand Up?
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Will All The Other Actors Please Stand Up?

In a move that disappointed many (though was it really a surprise?) the Academy Award…

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A New Era for LGBTQ Rights in China?
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A New Era for LGBTQ Rights in China?

History has been made in China—China’s courts have agreed to hear a lawsuit on same-sex…

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The Small Virus with a Big Impact
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The Small Virus with a Big Impact

Zika affecting adults is not a big concern. The worry is how Zika affects those…

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The Great Starbucks Cup Debate
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The Great Starbucks Cup Debate

“People are always getting offended about something, whether it be race, religion, or gender—and now…

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Pray for Me, Too: Why You Didn’t Hear About Beirut
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Pray for Me, Too: Why You Didn’t Hear About Beirut

"One nation’s tragedy isn’t worse than another’s, and it’s time that Western media starts showing…

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Arbitrary Arbitration
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Arbitrary Arbitration

Savannah Billman discusses the futility, and the negatives, of suing against the big guys in…

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Dating When You Are “Different”
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Dating When You Are “Different”

"Stereotypes in interracial dating can be eliminated through education and open-mindedness, but this issue can…

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Her Movie May Not Be Great, But Malala Yousafzai Still Is
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Her Movie May Not Be Great, But Malala Yousafzai Still Is

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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Cuba to America: What Pope Francis’ Journey Means To Us All
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Cuba to America: What Pope Francis’ Journey Means To Us All

Whether Catholic or not, it is simply impossible to ignore Pope Francis. He’s fought against…

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Breaking Down Student Divides with BBI
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Breaking Down Student Divides with BBI

During the first two weeks of school, the word on every freshman’s mind was cosmopolitan.…

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Across Campus Realities
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Across Campus Realities

For many college freshman, the start of the school year symbolizes the stress and excitement…

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