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Top 10 NYC Internships for College Students

You’ve refined your resume, mastered the art of a personalized cover letter, polished your online presence, and marked your calendar for upcoming epic networking events. All that’s left to do is find a position that fits your skill set, and apply to … Read More

60 Awesome Student Discounts

by Kristen Kuchar Flash your college ID for these deals on clothes, tech, travel, and more. One great way to reduce your student loan debt while you’re still in school is to keep to a budget. And one of the best … Read More

The most helpful apps for students

Published on October 12, 2017 by Leela  Ikawaa It seems as though there’s an app out there for everything nowadays. From fitness to shopping, and even to finance, there’s nothing an app hasn’t covered. So, we’ve decided to give you … Read More

Got the Travel Bug? Here’s How to Cure it on a Budget!

Let’s be honest! The main reason you decided to go study abroad is hardly academic. It’s all about the travel! For most people, it’s a unique chance to see the world and visit as many places as possible. Of course, … Read More

Free and Discounted Museum Access for NYU Students

Museum Gateway for Students NYU’s Museum Gateway gives students free admission to some of New York City’s best cultural institutions. Enjoy freeseums simply by showing your NYUCard at the locations listed below. Please note that the list is subject to … Read More

NYU Move-In Day 2016

BY: Ted Jacobi    August 29, 2016 Ted Jacobi   Sunday, August 28th was the start of something special in NYC. From 7AM to 7PM, over 5,300 students in NYU’s Class of 2020 moved into 11 residence halls in Manhattan … Read More

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year By Amanda Urban Grad School is a Blast and Half Graduate school is a scary notion. We all wonder: How on Earth am I going to balance grad school, working, and my … Read More

Transitioning from soccer to theater

Brady On Transition Transitioning from soccer to theater is an emotional experience considering I am a senior. My soccer season ended with a last minute injury that sidelined me for my senior game. Discouraged, my teammates and coaches were by … Read More

How To Help Your Graduating Students In Their Last Semester

By Gretchen Kernbach Senior year of college is all fun and games until students get down to their very last semester. All of a sudden reality kicks in. And it kicks students right in their backs. It seems that no … Read More

Art To See in NYC this Month!

  Galerie Richard William Bradley Mar 1–31, 2016 De Buck Gallery Sebastian Blanck: Everyday Mar 1–Apr 2, 2016 Danziger Gallery HANS BREDER Feb 29–Apr 2, 2016 Sotheby’s New York Design Mar 2, 2016 VOLTA NY Mar 2–6, 2016 Tina Kim … Read More