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Angie Liao

Angie Liao

Thomas Price, Opinion Editor

March 23, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

Maybe it’s the yoga. Or maybe it’s her natural serenity. But more than likely, it’s Angie Liao’s knowledge that being frazzled does nothing to advance the human rights issues that fuel her near-unparalleled commitment to the lives of the people around her. Despite the constant bustle of the many pass...

Aneesh Ashutosh

Grace Halio, Editor-at-Large

March 23, 2017


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On a busy day, you should consider yourself lucky if you can catch Aneesh Ashutosh, a CAS sophomore, on a midday coffee break — you’re more likely to find him in the Leslie eLab working on a project for one of the six clubs he is a part of. “I’d say that a big part of what motivated [my] work...

Arya Diwase

Kaitlyn Wang, Managing Editor

March 23, 2017


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For Arya Diwase, all the world’s a stage — and in her opinion, commanding the stage might be the best way to learn English. While a freshman, Diwase fused her eloquent verbal communication skills with her passion for social change by co-founding the non-profit Jazz Hands. The organization teaches...

Daniel Brioso

Daniel Brioso

Gabriella Bower, Editor-at-Large

March 23, 2017


Filed under TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

Daniel Brioso chose NYU for the micro communities it fosters, but he never could have imagined his beloved communities that would be so blatantly threatened by the current president. But giving up has never been in Brioso’s vocabulary. During Brioso’s early elementary school years, he was afflicte...

René Rismondo

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor

March 23, 2017


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René Rismondo wants to break into the boys’ club — a term used by women to reference the male domination of the baseball industry. The gender disparity in baseball is exemplified by the lack of female presence in Rismondo’s sports business classes. Although she is outnumbered by her male peers,...

Caitlyn Corradino

Caitlyn Corradino

Jessica Martinez, Editor-at-Large

March 23, 2017


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In a Williamsburg fitness studio with “Straight Up” by Paula Abdul blaring overhead, Caitlyn Corradino encourages her students. “Keep that energy up,” Corradino shouts over the music. Corradino has more energy than most people — one day last month, she interviewed a potential new member...

10 students making a difference around NYU’s campus

10 students making a difference around NYU’s campus

Alex Bazeley and Bobby Wagner

March 10, 2016


Filed under SPECIAL EDITIONS

If you ask NYU students what the best part of living in the city is, it’s very possible you might hear something like this: the city never stops. At the same time, that can also be one of the worst things about living in a city like this — it’s limitless. The only thing standing in the way of th...

Nicole Quintero Ochoa

Nicole Quintero Ochoa

Zach Martin, Arts Editor

March 10, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

On a Friday night in February, Tisch senior and Fusion Film Festival co-director Nicole Quintero Ochoa stood at the front of a Tisch theater filled with over 150 people, picking the pepperoni off her slice of pizza. “Hello! Welcome! I have a question. When is the festival?” she joked. A chorus of people ...

Rohit Mittal

Rohit Mittal

Richard Shu, Opinion Editor

March 10, 2016


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Rohit Mittal does not speak like the average startup CEO. He has that sort of dorky, disarming charm that makes him instantly approachable. When he talks — whether about his company, Mitley, his experiences as a resident assistant or his strange passion for studying airlines — he carries in his voice ...

Freia Lobo

Freia Lobo

Rachel Ruecker, Deputy Sports Editor

March 10, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

When I stopped by NYU’s Leslie eLab be-fore [email protected]’s executive board meeting one Tuesday, club Vice President Freia Lobo took me in with open arms. She showed me around and introduced me to her friends and colleagues like she owned the place. And who knows, one day she just might. That’s the ...

Isabelle Klinghoffer

Isabelle Klinghoffer

Lexi Faunce, News Editor

March 10, 2016


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Most students feel uncomfortable speaking in public, but CAS senior Isabelle Klinghoffer is able to persuade more than 100 Model United Nations delegates to support her diplomatic approaches to the world’s most pressing concerns and lead NYU’s MUN travel team to a first place finish in countless ...

Sudhi Kaushik

Sudhi Kaushik

Anne Cruz, News Editor

March 10, 2016


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There is no such thing as a normal day for Sudhi Kaushik. One day, he’ll be organizing a protest, the next he’ll be organizing content for an online literary magazine. In fact, the only static element of his daily schedule begins at 11 p.m., when he starts placing calls to run his nonprofit organization ...

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