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College of Global Public Health Commencement ’18

College of Global Public Health Commencement ’18

By Natasha Roy, Managing Editor-at-Large

May 15, 2018


Filed under News, University News

Bagpipes blared as 350 students graduating from the College of Global Public Health’s undergraduate, graduate and doctorate programs filed into The Town Hall in midtown Manhattan on Monday afternoon, bookending their time at NYU with the signature sound first-years are greeted with each fall. Thi...

NYU Shanghai Preps for First Graduates

NYU Shanghai Preps for First Graduates

By Farhin Lilywala, Staff Writer

August 28, 2016


Filed under News

Just three years ago, NYU Shanghai was established in partnership with East China Normal University. Now a crucial part of NYU’s global reach, the site is preparing to bid adieu to its first graduating class at the end of this academic year. The Class of 2017 consists of approximately 50 percent Chinese s...

182nd All-University Commencement

182nd All-University Commencement

By John Ambrosio and Dana Reszutek

May 21, 2014


Filed under News

Wednesday, May 21 11 a.m.  Yankee Stadium  1 E. 161st St.   Yankee Stadium once again turned violet for the 182nd All-University Commencement ceremony. Students, faculty and family gathered in the Bronx to celebrate the official confirmation of student certificates. Attorney Martin Lee Edel...

Students become teachers with Teach For America

Students become teachers with Teach For America

February 13, 2014


Filed under Features

Each year, several recent NYU graduates return to school, not as graduate students, but as teachers in low-income schools for Teach for America. TFA employs dedicated young teachers in an effort to eliminate education inequality. Anna Le, NYU’s campus campaign coordinator for TFA, said her ...

Tech education ideal, but not possible for all

Tech education ideal, but not possible for all

September 10, 2013


Filed under Opinion

In the past seven months, the U.S. employment rate of those between 20 and 24 rose from 60.6 percent to 65.5 percent. But in the entirety of the economic recovery, those numbers aren’t encouraging. They’re indicative of the economic stagnation of the Millennial generation. We’ve touched this num...