PEER-Pal at NYU Shanghai offers a program called Pen-pal, which encourages students both in rural areas of China and at NYUSH to exchange thoughts and opinions with each other and get a deeper understanding of Chinese education.
On local time November the 9th, Peru’s Congress unconstitutionally deposed President Vizcarra, and President of Congress Manuel Merino took charge. Protests erupted all around the country, which were responded with brutality by police. Five days and three victims later, his coup hangs in the balance as many of the country’s top politicians call for his resignation.
Whether you're a first-year or returning student, the customs and procedures of entering China and going back to campus have changed a lot due to the current circumstances. Are you ready to return? Here’s what to expect!
Following the COVID-19 outbreak in Qingdao earlier two weeks ago, Dean Pe and NYUSH's administration doubled down on the rigidity of their COVID-19 safety policy after 15% of random travel checks for the Code of Conduct came back as "problematic."
Not only are individuals all over the world struggling to stay physically healthy with COVID-19 still on the surge, but individuals are also facing feelings of anxiety, hopelessness, and depression as a response to the pandemic. The effects of COVID-19 on mental health has increasingly become a larger problem as the year comes closer to an end, with no clear idea for many nations of when life can return to normalcy.