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Student Activism at NYU: Past, Present, and Future

Empowered by policy education and campus advocacy groups, generations of student activists have found their voice at NYU.

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Ready, Set, Summer: From Script to Screen with Tisch’s High School Screenwriting Workshop

This summer high schoolers can learn the ins and outs of writing for the big and small screen with Tischʼs Online High School Screenwriters Workshop.

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A Tandon Alumni’s Quest to Build a Better Motor

By leveraging NYU's expert faculty along with its entrepreneurial and prototyping resources, Nader Ahmed brought his idea to life.

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NYU Earth Month 2021: Events to Celebrate Our World

April is NYU Earth Month, and that means numerous events to help you build a better world through education, innovation, and action. Bonus: many events are open to all, and you can join virtually!

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CMEP: Exploring Identity and Creating Community

NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs creates a supportive space for students of historically marginalized backgrounds.

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Can You Be a Justice Major? Theatre, Too?

Kevin Paredes' passion for justice and musical theatre led him to Gallatin, where he balances political science with performance.

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Greetings from the NYU LGBTQ+ Center

Serving as a university-wide resource for LGBTQ+ communities for 25 years.

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Why You Should Visit the Office of Financial Education

Financial literacy is a crucial skill for every college student. Natasha Bean has the scoop on how to take advantage of NYU's financial education resources.

Ready, Set, Summer: A Virtual Art Education for High School Students

This summer, aspiring artists can experience NYU through a pre-college virtual art program. From drawing and photography to art history and theory, you’ll build your knowledge—and your portfolio—100 percent online.

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US Politics and Policy: A January Term Course Spotlight

For three weeks each January, NYU students taking US Politics and Policy in 2021 and Beyond examine the political landscape firsthand. Hosted by NYU Washington, DC, this course features guest speakers from every walk of political life, from pollsters to presidential campaign strategists.