It was during the class registration period late in their sophomore fall semester that the New School student Ken Yoneda and two of his friends came to a difficult realization about pursing a B.F.A. in Jazz Performance. Despite their talents, they and many of their classmates rarely got any gigs, […]
As I sat in the back of my journalism lecture hall, I scanned the laptop screens in the sea of students before me. Some were checking Facebook, others online shopping. Some had their laptops closed, taking notes on lined paper the old-fashioned way, but even some of those students were […]
Where does an NYU student go to find a date? That question usually sparks images of flirty smiles over red Solo cups at apartment parties, those dark bars a few blocks from campus, or maybe even the Starbucks by the park where students sit and study. But those images may […]
Like many college students Victoria Baptiste interned last summer; unlike many students she held two internships, alternating between a research internship at the NYU Law School’s Center of Human Rights and an internship at a computer software firm GCS Computers. And these were not first internships for the Princeton University […]
Last January, I founded BelittletheBullies, a blog for bully victims. I write about my own experiences with the hopes that bullied teens will take comfort that they are not alone, and others share their concerns and problems. Communication is always the first step.
Of his six brothers and sisters, Mike Rodriguez,* a Fordham University senior, is the only child in his family who will graduate from college. The words his mother told him before he began his freshman year are seared in his mind: “You are my only hope,” she said as he […]
College sex educators have found that many students have basic questions about sexuality that should have been answered in sex ed courses in middle school or high school. Here are the most common misconceptions that college students have about sex, and the ways that educators attempt to remedy them. Dr. […]
Come senior year, many college students face a big decision: start to search for a job or to continue their education at graduate school. Join the real world or continue stress over assignments and exams and sleepless night. For the class of 2012, the recession and high unemployment rates further […]