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Katie Peurrung

Katie Peurrung, Under the Arch Multimedia Editor

Katie Peurrung is a Gallatin sophomore concentrating in Photo Politics. In addition to working at WSN, she photographs for various roasters in the New York coffee scene and also interns for a sustainability start-up called Seastraws. She is originally from Washington state, but has been enjoying living the East Coast life for the last two years. Beyond photography, her interests include zero-waste living, gardening and her dog, Deena. You can find her on Instagram @katie.rose.peurrung, and on Twitter @photosalad.

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The Burberry Bear in Astor Place.

Photo: The Short Life of Astor’s Burberry Bear

Sep 11, 2018

The Burberry Bear in Astor Place.

Dr. Anna Nolan in the courtyard of the new Science Building at NYU Langone.

Photo: 9/11 First-Responders Contribute to NYU Lung Disease Research

Sep 11, 2018

Dr. Anna Nolan in the courtyard of the new Science Building at NYU Langone.

In a week, moving bins will line the sidewalks outside of the residence halls as new and returning students move back onto campus.

Photo: NYU Revamps 2018 Welcome Week

Aug 26, 2018

In a week, moving bins will line the sidewalks outside of the residence halls as new and returning students move back onto campus.

Tote bags are practical and fashionable.

Photo: First Semester Style in the Bag

Aug 26, 2018

Tote bags are practical and fashionable.

Office 319 at 19 University Place, where Ronnel used to hold office hours.

Photo: Student Sues NYU Over Sexual Harassment

Aug 26, 2018

Office 319 at 19 University Place, where Ronnel used to hold office hours.

The exterior of Fay Da Bakery on 6th Avenue, next to an entrance to the West 4th Street/Washington Square Station.

Photo: A Quick Bite: Fay Da Bakery

Aug 26, 2018

The exterior of Fay Da Bakery on 6th Avenue, next to an entrance to the West 4th Street/Washington Square Station.

A boy jumps while holding his two guardians hands in Washington Square Park, the location .

Photo: Tuning out to Tune In

Mar 14, 2019

A boy jumps while holding his two guardians' hands in Washington Square Park, the location .

Graduates watch as the processional begins.

Photo: NYU Tisch School of the Arts Commencement ’18

May 18, 2018

Graduates watch as the processional begins.

Two students in their gowns on the 4 train on their way to Yankee Stadium.

Photo: NYU’s Class of 2018 Shines Through the Showers at 186th Commencement

May 16, 2018

Two students in their gowns on the 4 train on their way to Yankee Stadium.

The Courtyard Cafe at Third North.

Photo: Looking at Alternative Food Providers to Aramark

Apr 30, 2018

The Courtyard Cafe at Third North.

FBA Co-Presidents Chish Malata and Sam Chow pose after the show. They received flowers for being two of the graduating seniors in the club.

Photo: FBA’s Spring Fashion Fumble

Apr 23, 2018

FBA Co-Presidents Chish Malata and Sam Chow pose after the show. They received flowers for being two of the graduating seniors in the club.

School of Professional Studies first-year Sarabeth Wong poses with curtains in a Vivetta dress after the show.

Photo: FBA’s Spring Fashion Fumble

Apr 23, 2018

School of Professional Studies first-year Sarabeth Wong poses with curtains in a Vivetta dress after the show.

Left to right: Scenes from the movies “Ratatouille”, “Burnt,” “Julie and Julia” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”

Photo: Movies for Foodies

Apr 23, 2018

Left to right: Scenes from the movies “Ratatouille”, “Burnt,” “Julie and Julia” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”

The Monetization of Wellness

The Monetization of Wellness

Apr 16, 2018
Wealth should not be health. Healthy choices should be accessible to everyone, regardless of economic class.
Exposure | Pillow Fight

Exposure | Pillow Fight

Apr 8, 2018

Despite the “fight” in pillow fight, Saturday’s annual event in Washington Square Park felt more like a celebration than a battle. Pillow fighters young and old wailed...