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Larson Binzer, CAS, Journalism & Politics

May 5, 2016
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No one from my high school had ever gone to college north of Arkansas before I enrolled at NYU. The whole summer before I left, I recall people constantly asking me, their southern drawls still poignant in my memory, “Are you nervous to be moving to such a big city?” I quickly shrugged the... Read more »

Dana Reszutek, CAS, Journalism & Psychology

Dana Reszutek
May 5, 2016
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It all starts with erasing. Whittling down your wooden pencil’s eraser in 6th grade math class when you don’t know the answer. Crossing out half a Blue Book page during a Texts & Ideas exam when your response may not cut it. Erase it and try again. Though my time at New York University has be... Read more »

Nicole Brown, CAS, Journalism & Politics

Nicole Brown
May 5, 2016
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My favorite thing about New York is the skyline. Whether I’m riding the N train across the Manhattan Bridge, walking across Wyckoff Avenue in Bushwick or sitting on a Greyhound bus to visit my family in Pennsylvania, I always look toward the Manhattan skyline. I’m sure I’m not unique in doing this, a... Read more »

Emily Bell, Gallatin, Narratives of Peace and Conflict

Emily Bell
May 5, 2016
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During Welcome Week, I found myself telling people where I was from just as much as what dorm I was occupying and what school I was in.   Before I moved to New York to attend NYU, I lived in the same neighborhood my entire life. Though I traveled with my family, I considered myself rooted in Midwes... Read more »

How NYU’s Student Demographics Have Changed

How NYU’s Student Demographics Have Changed

Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor
May 2, 2016
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If we want to measure just how NYU is changing, student demographics are the place to start.

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Generations on Generations

Abigail Weinberg, Deputy Features Editor
May 2, 2016
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How do the generations really perceive each other?

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What Nannies Are Saying About the Upcoming Generation

What Nannies Are Saying About the Upcoming Generation

Ankita Bhanot, Dining Editor
May 2, 2016
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Nannies are firsthand witnesses to the growth of the next generation. Our dining editor talks to NYU students who work as nannies about how this new generation of city kids is being brought up.

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Looking Out for the First-Generation Students of NYU

Nina Jang, Deputy Digital Director
May 2, 2016
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NYU has sought to help first generation students transition into the college experience through several mentorship programs.

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Love, Sex and All the Rest: Summer Sex + Date Spots in NYC

Love, Sex and All the Rest: Summer Sex + Date Spots in NYC

May 2, 2016
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To prepare you for summer, our anonymous columnists listed the best sex and date spots to hit up when school gets out.

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Staff Recs: Arts for Your Summer 2016, Featuring Beyonce, ‘Hamilton’ and a Farting Corpse

April 28, 2016
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To prepare you for summer, our anonymous columnists listed the best sex and date spots to hit up when school gets out.

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Divestment: More Controversial Than You’d Think

April 28, 2016
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To prepare you for summer, our anonymous columnists listed the best sex and date spots to hit up when school gets out.

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