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Students debate prison reform, criminal justice policies

Students debate prison reform, criminal justice policies

Katherine Stein, Staff Writer
April 3, 2015
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Students from four NYU political organizations gathered on Thursday to debate prison reform.

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NYU Reacts: Sexual assault education

NYU Reacts: Sexual assault education

Marita Vlachou, News Editor
March 25, 2015
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Students react to NYU's new online sexual misconduct education program.

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Livin’ la vida loca: Madrid

Livin’ la vida loca: Madrid

Sidney Butler, Contributing Writer
February 26, 2015
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Going abroad should be a time of hard work and educational pursuits, but don’t let intellectual activities keep you from having a blast in a foreign country. At NYU Madrid, one of the oldest NYU Global Study Away sites, students party until the early hours of the morning. NYU juniors, Kira Prentice and... Read more »

Live like the queen on a pauper’s budget

Live like the queen on a pauper’s budget

Julie Ciccone, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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London is notorious for being an expensive site to study away, but if there’s one thing New Yorkers and NYU students can appreciate, it’s finding a decent bargain. Saving money is especially important, since those pounds could be used European travel. Here are a few inexpensive activities for NYU Londo... Read more »

Sunny streets, delicous eats

David Bologna, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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Ancient architecture, breathtaking views and a maze of streets make Florence the perfect city to explore on a sunny day. 10 a.m. Start your day with a strut down Tornabuoni for some serious designer shopping. Comparable to New York City’s Fifth Avenue, Via de’ Tornabuoni boasts some of the best luxury... Read more »

Save some sights for a rainy day

Save some sights for a rainy day

Bryna Shuman, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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In Florence, a city filled with beautiful museums, art galleries and churches, it is easy to find a way to spend a rainy day. 9:00 Start your day off with a quick cappuccino and cream-filled croissant at Gilli, an iconic cafe on the corner of Piazza della Repubblica. A favorite of locals and tourist... Read more »

Top 5 eateries for a Buenos Aires bite

Daniel Yeom, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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Buenos Aires’s diverse culinary scene offers everything from cheap neighborhood eateries to upscale dining destinations that are redefining Argentinian cuisine. Here is our pick of the bunch. La Cabrera: You cannot leave Argentina without eating a life-changing slab of beef. Steak is delicious and p... Read more »

Buenos Aires after dark: Top 5 places to party

Buenos Aires after dark: Top 5 places to party

Marina Zheng, Features Editor
February 26, 2015
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Floreria Atlántico: Upon first glance, Floreria Atlántico looks like a flower shop. But little do passersby know, in the basement there is a dimly lit and intimately sized speakeasy bar. Aside from the mysterious ambiance, it should be noted that Floreria Atlántico concocts some of the most delicious d... Read more »

Tips for being vegan in Berlin

Tips for being vegan in Berlin

Ariana DiValentino, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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It turns out that for being the land of wurst, Berlin’s vegan scene is arguably the best outside of New York City. Options abound for cruelty-free eaters: 100% Vegan It’s a good time to be a vegan in Berlin — plan ahead and you can find a slew of completely vegan restaurants and cafes on all pric... Read more »

Internships enrich study away

Valentina Duque Bojanini, Editor-in-Chief
February 26, 2015
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For CAS junior Sabine Teyssier, interning was an integral part of the experience of studying away in Accra, Ghana. Teyssier worked with two different organizations that allowed her to explore her interest in international development. “Due to the fact that I understand international development to be such a vas... Read more »

From food to fabric: top 5 activities

From food to fabric: top 5 activities

Emily Bell, Blogs Editor
February 26, 2015
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Reggae Night at Labadi Beach: To get a taste of Ghanaian nightlife and relax on the beach, head to Reggae Night at Labadi Beach on Wednesdays which is perfect for hanging out with a group of friends and listening to live music. The energy of the performers, the dancers and the crowd is what makes these ... Read more »

Travel tips

Nina Jang, Deputy Features Editor
February 26, 2015
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Before you can start the memorable experience of studying away, you first have to pack. To reduce any existing stress and put to rest any questions, consider the advice of fellow NYU students to master the art of packing. Quench Thirst Buying water can quickly add up. CAS junior Nicole Lee, who studied... Read more »

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