Cat Richardson

Cat Richardson

Cat Richardson is a senior writer at NYU Marketing Communications in the Office of University Relations and Public Affairs. She loves showcasing the unique opportunities that are open to NYU students and highlighting the amazing work this community is doing every minute of every day, all over the world. She's also an alumna of NYU's MFA program in creative writing, and is the editor in chief of Bodega, a monthly online literary magazine that can be read in one sitting (or one subway ride).
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Accessibility and Community for Students with Disabilities

There are resources and people here who will help you live your NYU dreams.

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Sustainability Initiatives: Reducing Single-Use Water Bottles on Campus

This new policy is one step along NYU’s path to carbon neutrality by 2040.

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Global Liberal Studies Helps Carolyn Vaca Connect the Dots

A student of the world, Carolyn was looking for a program that would enable her to serve her communities.

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NYU 2020 Commencement Goes Virtual

Our community came together to congratulate these amazing graduates.

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Shape the Future of Business at NYU

As values shift, technology evolves, and economies expand and contract, NYU students are discovering new ways to move business forward and become the leaders we need.

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Film and TV Major Mulan Fu’s Animation Wins Big

Her time at Tisch gave her the freedom to explore every creative aspect of animation.

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The Kimmel Center Is the Heart of Student Life at NYU

Your new home base has everything you need to thrive at NYU—and amazing views of New York City.

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Staying Centered: Spiritual Life at NYU Starts at GCASL

The Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life at NYU offers resources that help the NYU community stay centered and be mindful of what matters.

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A Social Science Major Embraces Humanity

Tyson Lee Upshaw, an NYU Shanghai student from Ohio, came to college ready to explore.

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Chemistry at the Edge of Knowledge

Our president is a chemist. We take it pretty seriously.