Spring Break at NYU London: Seas the Day! Where My Beaches At?

If I had to describe London weather in one word, it would be dreary. The climate in the British capital is very much what you’d expect: rainy, cloudy and moody. As a result, the...

The Prize Pig: Madrid’s Infatuation With Jamón

Spain’s food culture can be described as one of tradition and loyalty to a style of eating that accommodates Iberians across the peninsula. One foodstuff commonly found in a Spanish diet, and sampled by...

Study Abroad Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank

Studying abroad is transformative, but it can also be financially stressful. If you are planning to go abroad for a semester or a whole year, you have probably chosen your location partially because you...

NYU Madrid Students Express Early Concerns About Scheduling

All the students living in Claraval, the NYU student residence in Madrid, trudged to the newly-acquired academic building for orientation at 9 a.m. Central European Time. They were all supposed to arrive in Madrid...

Maximizing Your Study Away Experience

The words “the city is your campus” were heard over and over at the Fall 2017 Presidential Welcome. This sentiment has become both a boast and a consolation for NYU students in New York...

Czeching out of Prague for the Weekend

How to Czech out of Prague: from free school trips to cheap airline tricks.

What NYU Should Tell Accra-Bound Students

NYU should lay out more explicit guidelines for students hoping to study in Accra.

Immersed in Spanish Culture at NYU Madrid

From the perspective of someone currently studying at NYU Madrid: the benefits of exploring your home-away site.

Sometimes Food Is All You Need to Travel

Forget the plane tickets and carry-on luggage. All you need is a warm plate of French-style sausage and potatoes.

A Day in the Life: Accra

A student describes her typical day at NYU Accra, the smallest NYU study abroad site with only eight undergraduate students.

What It’s Like to Protest the Far Right in Germany

An NYU Berlin student attends the "Indivisible" protest in Berlin, a demonstration against the rise of the far-right across Europe.

Swapping New York For Buenos Aires

After bearing through the 11-hour flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport, I landed in Ezeiza International Airport in the city of Buenos Aires. Unaccustomed to the Argentinian-Spanish accent that surrounded me at the...
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