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Natalie Chinn

Natalie Chinn, Under the Arch Editor

Natalie Chinn is an editor for Under the Arch and is a CAS junior double-majoring in Journalism and Anthropology, with a minor in documentary film. Born and raised in the Seattle area (Washington — the state), Natalie loves her kombucha, orcas and evergreen trees. Do not be alarmed if you see her in the park wearing Birkenstocks and socks. It is a look. And if you see her dressed in normal people clothes, it’s probably because she’s going to her internship at NBC New York. Follow her on Instagram before she deletes it: @nataliechinn.

All content by Natalie Chinn
A view of NYU Florence campus from Villa Natalia. (WSN File Photo)

The First Year Away

By Natalie Chinn, Under the Arch Editor
May 6, 2019
Jennifer Zhang

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May 6, 2019
Tisch sophomore Megan Jeter sits with her emotional support animal Phoebe on the floor of her room in Alumni Residence Hall.(Photo by Katie Peurrung)

The Secret Life of Emotional Support Animals

By Natalie Chinn, Under the Arch Editor
February 21, 2019
(Photo by Katie Peurrung)

Anesu Nyatanga | Love Actionably

By Natalie Chinn, Culture Editor
December 6, 2018
The Astor Place Starbucks appeared twice in the Sex and the City movie.

Sex in and of the City

By Natalie Chinn, Culture Editor
September 7, 2018
Tsuru Ton Tan, a Japanese noodle restaurant, is located on 16th Street.

Where to Dine on Your Parents’ Dime

By Natalie Chinn, Culture Editor
September 4, 2018
The 2018 NYU Welcome Week poster.

NYU Revamps 2018 Welcome Week

By Natalie Chinn, Culture Editor
August 26, 2018
Rubber Stamps

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August 26, 2018
Eggloo

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August 26, 2018
An underground tunnel in Fort Totten, located on a peninsula in the northeast corner of Queens.

Abandoned Places Revisited

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
April 25, 2018
An NYU Student tables for Refugee Week 2018.

Students Raise Awareness on Refugee Crisis

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
April 16, 2018
Carol Shoshkes Reiss is a co-organizer of March for Science New York City 2018. She is a professor of Biology, Neural Science, and Global Public Health at NYU, and the co-director of the NYU Science Training Enhancement Program (STEP).

NYU Leads March for Science

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
April 2, 2018
Sleep on This Conspiracy

Sleep on This Conspiracy

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
April 2, 2018
Columbus Circle is a traffic circle located at the southwest corner of Central Park.

Explore With Me: Upper West Side

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
March 29, 2018
Founders Hall

Founders Hall

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
February 22, 2018
Although these macaroons were cute in presentation, they didn't live up to Feng's culinary expectations.

Now Presenting: Food

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
January 29, 2018
Storefront of Obscura Antiques and Oddities, featuring a taxidermied rabbit. Located in the East Village, Obscura is one of several unique antique stores around NYU.

Calling All Antique Freaks

By Natalie Chinn, Deputy Features Editor
January 25, 2018
Bubble tea ice cream from Bar Pa Tea, located on 85 Kenmare St.

Bar Pa Tea Bubbling with Flavor

By Natalie Chinn , Staff Writer
November 27, 2017
School scenes in Gossip Girls were filmed in The Museum of the City of New York.

Gossip Girl Spots IRL

By Natalie Chinn, Staff Writer
November 13, 2017
With the confusing weather ahead, students find it difficult to know what to wear. Lately New York has seen some rainy and cold days and many are yet to come.

Jack Frost Playing Games in NYC

By Natalie Chinn, Staff Writer
November 10, 2017
Since Amazon bought Whole Foods on Aug. 28, prices have significantly lowered. If you’re a student with an Amazon Prime membership you may be in luck for future changes to come.

Students Still Avoid Whole Foods

By Natalie Chinn, Staff Writer
October 23, 2017
NYU’s  Martin Luther King Jr.’s scholars program offers students scholarships to students who demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and have a passion for social justice and equality. Patricia Carey, who founded the program, sat down with WSN staff to discuss the MLK scholarship and future plans.

MLK Scholars: Service and Leadership Collide

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
October 10, 2017
Located in Midtown, Koreatown is only one street on W 32nd St. between 5th and 6th Ave. called Korea Way. You can find anything ranging from half-and-half fried chicken to korean beauty products.

Explore With Me: Koreatown

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
October 2, 2017
Although the Emmy Awards have a nomination for Contemporary Design, the awards ceremony still lack a department that acknowledges the designers and their creative fashion pieces.

Costume Design Awards Absent From Emmys

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
September 25, 2017
Black Seed collaborated with Tong Noodle House to create a new limited edition item, a Szechuan peppercorn bagel with Tong’s chicken salad.

Limited Edition Bagel: Little Tong

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
September 18, 2017
Nicole Bell S/S 2018

Nicole Bell S/S 2018

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
September 14, 2017
CMEP recently brought in a new therapist for the NYU public. Dr. Jonathan McClain wants to provide a place for students to feel comfortable discussing their identity.

CMEP Welcomes NYU Students Home

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
September 11, 2017
Videmus Omnia S/S 2018

Videmus Omnia S/S 2018

By Natalie Chinn, Contributing Writer
September 9, 2017