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Cheap, Easy Weekend Trips to Get Away From the City Bustle

Cheap, Easy Weekend Trips to Get Away From the City Bustle

Taylor Nicole Rogers, Abroad Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES

You don't have to be abroad to take weekend trips. Here are four places for you to visit to get away from that New York City hustle.

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World Politics: The Spring of Closed Doors

World Politics: The Spring of Closed Doors

Raven Quesenberry, Contributing Writer

May 1, 2017


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES

In the political cacophony that has erupted during President Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House, it's easy to get caught up — but it's important to stay aware of global politics as well.

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An American in Brexitland: The Confusion and the Culture

An American in Brexitland: The Confusion and the Culture

Ali Webb, Deputy Abroad Editor

April 17, 2017


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When Deputy Abroad Editor Ali Webb arrived in London, both her new city and her home country were in the midst of major political transitions.

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Study Away Attendance Policy Presents Challenges for Students

Study Away Attendance Policy Presents Challenges for Students

Asha Ruparell, Contributing Writer

April 3, 2017


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES

Despite the ability to stay within the NYU framework while studying, one policy at study abroad sites sticks out like a sore thumb.

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London Keeps Calm and Carries On, But Can the US?

London Keeps Calm and Carries On, But Can the US?

Akshay Prabhushankar, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017


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Akshay Prabhushankar discusses how the United Kingdom reacted to and covered the recent London attack, which occurred on Westminster Bridge.

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Prague: Learning to Reconnect From 4,000 Miles Away

Prague: Learning to Reconnect From 4,000 Miles Away

Ankita Bhanot, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017


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Ankita Bhanot reflects on the culture of cellphones in America and in Prague.

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HeForShe Arts Week Brings Gender Equality to the Global Stage

HeForShe Arts Week Brings Gender Equality to the Global Stage

Paris Martineau, Abroad Editor

March 8, 2017


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES

In celebration of International Women's Day, NYU students and U.N. members in major global cities are hosting events for the second annual HeForShe Arts Week.

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Paris: The Dangerous Dream of Expectations

Paris: The Dangerous Dream of Expectations

Zoya To, Contributing Writer

February 10, 2017


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Zoya To reflects on the moving to Paris for the wrong reasons and learning to love the city.

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Czeching Out Some Traditional Czech Cuisine

Czeching Out Some Traditional Czech Cuisine

Ankita Bhanot, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES, TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

The Czech Republic is known for its gorgeous architecture and revolutionary history, but not so much for its food. Check out some of Ankita Bhanot's favorite traditional dishes!

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Madrid: Silencio Sobre Trump?

Madrid: Silencio Sobre Trump?

Abigail Weinberg, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017


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Abigail Weinberg talks about adjusting to Madrid reflects on keeping silent in a harsh political climate.

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Tel Aviv: A Night in Fez

Tel Aviv: A Night in Fez

Hannah Benson, Contributing Writer

December 6, 2016


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Hannah Benson reflects on her adventures staying with a family in Fez, Morocco.

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Paris: Students Volunteer at the Empty Calais Jungle

Paris: Students Volunteer at the Empty Calais Jungle

Audrey Deng, Contributing Writer

December 6, 2016


Filed under Abroad, FEATURES

Audrey Deng chopped wood at Calais and reflected on the self-congratulatory nature of volunteerism.

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