• Violet Spotlight: Zane Fadul ‘21

    "I started a club on campus called Splice with some of my friends. We wanted to help people who might not be as experienced in computer science learn that it’s not as daunting as you might think."

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  • Roommates: Lauren Benedict ‘21 + Mi Zhou (Dora) ‘21

    Friends on WeChat before even meeting in person, Lauren and Dora share some of their favorite memories of living together.

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  • Li Xiang ‘18: Breaking Barriers

    Recent graduate Li Xiang ‘18 spent her senior year studying the Syrian refugee crisis following a volunteer experience at a refugee camp in Berlin last year. Drawn by the complexity and severity of the global concern, the social science major decided

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  • Graduate Spotlight: Sevi Reyes ‘18

    While earning his baccalaureate degree in computer science, Sevi Reyes ‘18 from the Philippines, created a robotic arm to aid those with disabilities, co-founded NYU Shanghai’s tennis team and was Global Vice President of Student Government. After gr

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  • Graduate Spotlight: Alexandru Grigoras

    NYU Shanghai is a very unique environment. It has everything a traditional education could offer, but even more than that.

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  • Graduate Spotlight: Nan Zhao

    Early on in my childhood, I learned traditional art forms like oil painting and sketching, but I wanted to make art that was meaningful to people and create designs that were a two-way conversation with the audience.

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    Faculty Spotlight: Teng Lu

    As a philosopher, Teng Lu, from Hunan province, is particularly interested in epistemology (the theory of knowledge), and philosophy of mind—a branch of philosophy that studies the nature of the mind and its r...

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    Bubble Wrap As Couture: Green Shanghai Hosts Trash Fashion Show

    On November 11, Green Shanghai, a student organization dedicated to promoting conservation and sustainability on campus and across the city, hosted its third Trash Fashion Show at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum. The show brought NYU Shanghai’s aspiring designers, models and eco-activists together to transform trash into high fashion and raise awareness about the possibilities of recycling and sustainable development. Students walked the runway in eye-catching outfits made from everyday waste such as bubble wrap, surgical gloves, and trash bags....

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