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Emily Bell

Emily Bell, Blogs Editor

Emily Bell is excited to serve as blogs editor this semester! Previously a managing editor, Emily is a junior in Gallatin concentrating in "Peace and Conflict: Narrative Construction and Global Context with a sub-focus in Post-Soviet Studies." She has studied away at NYU Prague and NYU Accra, and enjoys traveling, knitting and replying-all to emails. Emily spends most days watching trashy TV, reading political theory and drinking a super-human amount of coffee.

All content by Emily Bell

Emily Bell, Gallatin, Narratives of Peace and Conflict

Emily Bell May 5, 2016

During Welcome Week, I found myself telling people where I was from just as much as what dorm I was occupying and what school I was in.   Before I moved to New York to attend...

Looking For Your First Apartment

Emily Bell, Editor-At-Large February 25, 2016
Finally moving off campus? Don't go into your apartment hunt clueless, you'll regret it.
Global Liberal Studies Commencement 

Global Liberal Studies Commencement 

Emily Bell, Blogs Editor May 22, 2015

Though they traveled and studied all over the world during their time at NYU, members of the Global Liberal Studies class of 2015 gathered near Washington Square to celebrate on...

From food to fabric: top 5 activities

Emily Bell, Blogs Editor February 26, 2015

Reggae Night at Labadi Beach: To get a taste of Ghanaian nightlife and relax on the beach, head to Reggae Night at Labadi Beach on Wednesdays which is perfect for hanging out with...

Photo: Making the most of Abu Dhabi

Marita Vlachou, News Editor February 26, 2015

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Photo: pas de calais Fall/Winter 2015

Emily Bell, Blogs Editor February 13, 2015

Influential 2014

Influential 2014

Emily Bell and Dana Reszutek December 11, 2014

NYU is not a bubble. Students are confronted with issues larger than an individual or a university, and discussions about these topics are not only growing, but also are being...

Video: [VIDEO] Op-Ed Live: Presidential Search

November 20, 2014
Emily Bell and Kavish Harjai discuss NYU's Presidential Search Committee and the Board of Trustees. The discussion is moderated by Omar Etman. Video produced by Christian Forte, Sam Bearzi and Shawn Paik.

[UPDATED] Presidential Search Committee to narrow down nominations

Emily Bell and Nicole Brown November 17, 2014
The search committee has received over 200 nominations for the next president.

Sexual assault policy changes imminent

Emily Bell, Nicole Brown and Casey Dalrymple September 25, 2014

The university will announce new sexual misconduct policies on Sept. 30 that will include redefining consent, increased support services through the newly formed Center for Sexual...

Guide to common mental health conditions

Emily Bell and Hannah Treasure September 25, 2014

Eating Disorders What are some identifying signs? Anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders vary in symptoms — restrictive eating; binge eating; self-induced vomiting; abuse...

The High Line

Take a break at local destressing spots

Emily Bell, Managing Editor September 25, 2014

The hustle and bustle of New York City, especially when combined with the pressure of college, can easily be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are many places to take a breather...

Monique Lhullier Spring/Summer 2015

Monique Lhullier Spring/Summer 2015

Emily Bell, Managing Editor September 7, 2014

Monique Lhuillier’s Spring 2015 collection did not deviate from her typical aesthetic, but found its strength in the accessibility, hidden complexness and emotional capacity...

via yelp.com

A Day in New York for under $25

Emily Bell, Managing Editor August 24, 2014
Try Emily Bell’s Neighborhood Hop.
Students at NYU Prague respond to Ukrainian conflict

Students at NYU Prague respond to Ukrainian conflict

Emily Bell and Jordan Melendrez March 3, 2014
Students at NYU Prague are experiencing effects of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine because of their proximity to the region, and are finding ways to get involved.
Asma Imam | The Giver

Asma Imam | The Giver

Emily Bell December 12, 2013

In the breaking of bread, Asma Imam stumbled upon a community like she had never experienced before at the Islamic Center at NYU. Ramadan coincided with the start of her freshman...

William Martin/WSN

[UPDATE] FDNY rescues LS sophomore from between buildings

Emily Bell, Nicole Brown and Kevin Burns November 3, 2013
LS sophomore Asher Vongtau was trapped between Lafayette Street residence hall and a parking garage, before New York City Fire Department rescue workers removed him from the two-foot wide space this evening.
Courtesy of Duke University

Universities increase expansion abroad

Nicole Brown and Emily Bell October 16, 2013
NYU's Global Network University is similar to other universities' expansion.
Courtesy of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

NYU alumni receive MacArthur Genius Grants

Emily Bell September 26, 2013
Two NYU alumni, an organic chemist and a choreographer, received a $625,000 grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
Jonathan Tan/WSN

Residence halls show spirit in Torch Day festivities

Emily Bell September 23, 2013
Residence halls participated in Torch Day, which is an on-campus leadership retreat, to begin the year's IRHC general assembly.
Jonathan Tan/WSN

Fast food workers protest working conditions

Emily Bell September 2, 2013
NYU students joined fast food workers in a protest in Union Square on last Thursday.
File photo by Jonathan Tan/WSN

Summer in review: New York City news roundup

Emily Bell August 25, 2013
New to the city? Been off the grid over the summer? Here's what you need to know about the latest in New York City.
via yelp.com

Society for Historic Preservation honors community members

Emily Bell March 28, 2013
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation's annual Village Awards honor individuals, businesses and places that impact the community.
Controversial anti-jihad ads line subway walls

Controversial anti-jihad ads line subway walls

Emily Bell September 27, 2012
Controversial new subway station advertisements that attack the jihad have come under fire.
Emily Bell for WSN

Abigail Stewart Spring/Summer 2013

Emily Bell September 12, 2012
Abigail Stewart showed an garden inspired dresses with unique painterly patterns.
Luke Leifeste for WSN

NYU students protest NYU law trustee, support labor strike

Emily Bell and Daniel Huang September 12, 2012
NYU Student Labor Action Movement gathered outside Bobst to protest Daniel Straus, NYU Law School Board of Trustees member.
Terri Burns for WSN

New report shows Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens as most expensive

Emily Bell September 12, 2012
Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan are ranked some of the most expensive places to live.

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