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Shelby Jordan

Shelby Jordan

By DANIELLE SPOLETI Shelby Jordan has loved to swim for as long as she can remember. A member of the NYU swim team and junior at NYU Steinhardt, Shelby majors in Journalism along with a concentration in media, culture and communication. Her inquisitive nature and quest for knowledge inspired her intended […]

 
 

Alternatives to Staying In and Being Lazy: Weekend Tips For the Socially Stressed Millennial

Millennials are the most stressed generation, according to the American Psychological Association (APA.) While some stress is motivating, too much can be overwhelming, and “it’s going to ultimately be paralyzing,” says Carolyn Gregoire, a psychology and mental health expert. That explains why at the end of a stress-filled week, you […]

 
 

Amanda Regalado

Amanda Regalado

By RAYNE H. ELLIS Every morning Amanda Regalado, 21, wakes up and reminds herself that she is at New York University to make a difference. As a self-proclaimed future-oriented person, Regalado is preparing herself today for the life she plans to live 10 years down the road.

 
 

Alana Al-Hatlani

Alana Al-Hatlani

By SYDNEY BRASON Alana Al-Hatlani, 21, was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, where she never quite felt like she belonged. She discovered that she had a passion for cooking at a young age, and in the 8th grade, inspired by the TLC hit show “Cake Boss,” decided to bake a […]

 
 

Bojana Galic

Bojana Galic

By JENNA JARDINE Relationships are the most important thing in the life of NYU junior Bojana Galic. Her perfect day involves walking around outdoors and spending time with friends. Though she is not opposed to shopping or reading in the park, as long as it is spring time. Her family draws […]

 
 

Rayne Ellis

Photo of Rayne Ellis in Manhattan's Lower East Side.

  By AMANDA REGALADO “The world crushes everybody,” 20-year-old Rayne Ellis said. “I am being crushed, but who cares. I am here. I am paying $70,000 a year so I am going to do something.” Inspired by absurdist philosophy and her mother’s tenacity, Ellis said she wants to help change […]

 
 

Riley Cardoza

Riley Cardoza

By ANNE CRUZ As a NYU journalism and psychology major with a minor in creative writing, Riley Cardoza is inspired by the act of writing itself, whether in diaries, novels or magazine articles.    The 21-year-old Chino, California native Cardoza has written consistently since childhood, and finished writing her second novel […]

 
 

Anne Cruz

Anne Cruz

By RILEY CARDOZA When she isn’t sleeping in Stuytown or stuck in class, the NYU journalism/politics double major Anne Cruz can be found scaling rock walls or trying new cafes. She wears a yellow sweater and a smile as she tells me how she came to be here, nursing a […]

 
 

Sydney Brason

Sydney Brason

By ALANA AL-HATLANI  Twenty-one-year-old Sydney Brason ascends five flights of stairs each time she comes back to the New York apartment she now calls home. But Soul Cycle four times a week has prepped her well for a few stairs. Not a Manhattan native, you would never know, as her […]

 
 

Jenna Dickey

Jenna Dickey

By SABRINA CHATLANI Just last year Jenna Dickey was walking the halls of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Now she’s made her move downtown to NYU and is pursuing a double major in journalism and psychology. This 20-year-old woman from Kansas City, who is obsessed with The Sims and making […]