Greetings from Seattle! I’m in the Emerald City for the next few days to meet with prospective students at high schools, college fairs, and Off Campus Receptions. Today was a good day to be in Seattle—the sun was shining, the … Continue reading
FOUND: 10 Articles related to the Tag "travel"
Last week I found myself on a plane to Shanghai a couple days after finishing up the review process for freshman applicants here in New York. To say I was excited to travel to China to see NYU Shanghai for … Continue reading
My last blog post was written a couple of months ago while I was still in Ghana, but after a short hiatus, I have returned! However, before I dive back into life in New York City, I wanted to tie … Continue reading
Whenever I meet with prospective students who want to study business, I’m excited to talk with them about the opportunities at our Stern School of Business. As one of the oldest business schools in the United States, Stern has a … Continue reading
Now that the Early Decision I deadline is around the corner, my colleagues and I have returned from our travels and are getting ready to review applications! But before we hunker down and start reading, the admissions staff started a … Continue reading
As you know by now, thanks to Becca’s post about preparing for travel and Beau’s descriptions of the places he has been and things he has eaten, admissions counselors from NYU are scattered across the globe meeting with students to … Continue reading
Dear Garmin, Thank you for being my best friend when I’m on the road, for helping me get to each and every school visit on time, and for helping me find the nearest Starbucks when I have some downtime or … 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
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.
Last Friday, I was rushing to Penn Station to catch my train home (late as per usual), when one of my shoes fell off as I was crossing 13th street at 4th avenue. Now I may be many things, but … Continue reading