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Everything You Think You Know About Spain Is Wrong

Everything You Think You Know About Spain Is Wrong

By Sierra Jackson, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under Abroad, Features

We all have some expectations before setting foot on a foreign country, but we must learn to set them free to truly fall in love with our abroad sites.

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Exposure | Animals Abroad

Exposure | Animals Abroad

By Veronica Liow, Anna Letson, and Euan Prentis

December 4, 2017


Filed under Featured Multimedia, Featured On Homepage, Multimedia, Multimedia Featured On Homepage, Multimedia Gallery

When you're abroad and separated from your pets at home, it's hard to find an animal to fill the void.

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Don’t Pick A Side On Spain’s Constitutional Crisis Just Yet

Don’t Pick A Side On Spain’s Constitutional Crisis Just Yet

By Wayne Chen, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Because of its unconstitutional nature and its reliance on a Spanish law framework, it is hard to find reasons to support such a secessionist movement, and we as foreigners should not move to pick a side and judge what is best for the people of Catalonia.

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Tribeca 2017: In ‘The Trip to Spain,’ Middle Age Is a Comedic Journey

Tribeca 2017: In ‘The Trip to Spain,’ Middle Age Is a Comedic Journey

By Daniella Nichinson, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Arts, Film, Tribeca Film Fest

English comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon adapt their popular TV show "The Trip" into film for the second time in this hilarious romp through Spain.

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Madrid: Home Away from Home

Madrid: Home Away from Home

By Abigail Weinberg, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under Housing

If you’re going abroad, you’ll hear it said time and time again: living with a host family is the best way to immerse yourself in a different culture while learning a new language. For the past month, I’ve lived in Madrid with an older couple and their 29-year-old daughter, and my constant interactions...

Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

By Maria Jose Lavandera, Contributing Writer

February 6, 2017


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Pablo Delano takes an unflinching look at the colonialist history of Puerto Rico's relationship with the United States in his exhibit "Museum of the Old Colony" at NYU's King Juan Carlos I Center.

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Madrid: Silencio Sobre Trump?

Madrid: Silencio Sobre Trump?

By Abigail Weinberg, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017


Filed under Abroad, Features, Top Stories

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

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Eat Spain Up! Spices Up Campus

Eat Spain Up! Spices Up Campus

By Taylor Nicole Rogers, Dining Editor

October 31, 2016


Filed under Dining, Features

Steinhardt graduate student and Fulbright scholar Gloria Rodriguez brought the flavors of her native Spain to campus last week through a week long series of events entitled Eat Spain Up.

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Men’s, women’s golf serve Madrid community

Men’s, women’s golf serve Madrid community

January 27, 2014


Filed under Sports

This January, the NYU men’s and women’s golf teams took a trip to Spain to prepare for the upcoming season. The trip, which lasted from Jan. 4 to 14, included both athletic training and community service. As part of the teams’ service commitment, the golfers worked with “También,” a...

Nationality should not define who we are

February 22, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Every student abroad has to continuously answer the question: Where are you from? Here in Spain, the question is, “¿De dónde eres?” There is not one simple answer to that question. Instead, the question should be, “De dónde te sientes?” which means, “From where do you have a sense of belonging?”...

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