The words “First Year” in the title refer to two things: being a Resident Assistant (RA) for the first time, and actually being a RA to first year students. The double whammy. Needless to say, I was (and still kinda am) … Continue reading
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Yes! I’ve been home for the holidays for about a week now, and have spent a lot of time ridding my childhood bedroom of unnecessary clutter. (Read: my mom does not want me to turn into a hoarder.) Oddly enough, … Continue reading
Shawn Abbott, NYU’s Dean of Admissions, posted in early October on the interpretation of college rankings, discussing the methodologies used to create such lists. While NYU appears on many, from the Times World University Ranking to Surf Magazine’s top 10 … Continue reading
Okay, you clicked submit. Your application to NYU is no longer in your hands but in the hands of the admissions committee. And trust me, we’ve only been reading files for a few days, but we are already hard at … Continue reading
As the next few days are packed with school visits, I figured that I would spend today sampling the local cuisine, mainly trying to eat as many chilli crabs as possible.
I rolled out of bed this past Tuesday and immediately got to work packing my briefcase for the day. I used to carry just a pocketbook and notebook, but alas, with the evolution of my studies and my transfer from Gallatin … Continue reading
This past weekend I had the opportunity to travel to Seattle to speak at NYU’s Off-Campus Reception. The event allowed me to reflect on the experiences that I’ve had so far in New York, and allowed me to look forward … Continue reading
On behalf of the admissions committee, it is my honor and privilege to share with you that you have been admitted to the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University. Congratulations! I could not be … Continue reading
I’m sure you’ve all heard about this “Polar Vortex” stuff by now and some of you may be fortunate enough to have felt it firsthand. Well, I think – and I’m sure I can speak for everyone else – it’s … Continue reading
It’s no surprise to many that New York City can be a pretty pricey place, but coming from Oregon, sales tax always catches me off guard. If you combine these two things you would get a very confused Spiro who … Continue reading
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