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Finding an Internship During a Global Pandemic

Finding an internship is already stressful. Finding an internship during a pandemic is especially stressful. Here are some tips to help you through it.

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An NYU Gallatin Alum Harnesses the Power of Law

Fatoumata Waggeh is committed to using her skills and voice in the courtroom to break down cycles of inequity.

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A Double Major Lets Mauro Pursue Two Passions

NYU gave Mauro Schenone the flexibility and support to craft a unique academic track at the intersection of art and business.

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Using College Resources to Enhance Your Experience

Although college is a fun and exciting time, itʼs important to take advantage of various resources in order to make the most of your four years.

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How to Change Your Major 7 Times and Still Be on Track to Double-Major

People grow. Interests change, and so do your majors at NYU. If you're undecided, here’s how to build an efficient academic plan from scratch.

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Business and Technology Management: A Business Degree at the Engineering School

Pursuing Business and Technology Management at the engineering school is a unique experience combining the best of technology, innovation, and business..

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The Intersectionality of the American Studies Program

American studies majors in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis explore the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in America.

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NYU History Students Bring Fresh Perspectives to the Past

The Historian, a student-run journal, highlights undergraduate students’ original historical research.

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Big Ideas Are Elevated at NYU

Cross-discipline classes leverage NYU’s world-class—and worldwide—faculty to explore today's most pressing issues