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Tagged: nyu

internship

Maria Chimes In: Episode 7 – Internship Reflections

    This week on Maria Chimes In, co-host Kathryn Tam and I discussed internships, workplace behavior, and balancing a healthy lifestyle. As NYU graduates, we were bombarded by peers who sought internships from the very beginning, always seeking out the next opportunity with each passing semester. We too set out on...

seeking refuge

Maria Chimes In: Episode 10 – Seeking Refuge

  In this week’s segment of Maria Chimes In, we chronicle our favorite haunts to seek refuge when the city transforms into the concrete jungle, aka, for a fleeting period loses its dreamlike appeal. As NYU graduates, we reminisced about our time spent in Greenwich Village, in the midst of Washington Square Park, and surrounded...

nyu

You See This Is What Happened To OK NYU

  NYU’s Blunder Body shaming, we must put it to rest. Until there is genuine reform, until our society, both men and women, transforms its evaluation of women, I will continue to address this disturbing epidemic. We know about the mounting campaigns against body-shaming. While laudable in their ambitions, they exemplify the...

depression

The Evolution of On Campus Depression

  The doe-eyed enthusiasm and sentiment of invincibility hasn’t altogether left me after nearly eight months of being an official ‘alumnus.’ I can still taste the late night excursions to Mamoun’s Falafel on MacDougal Street, feel the energy from the daily performers in Washington Square Park, and hear the sagacious...

post-grad life

Maria Chimes In: Episode 5 – Kathy Chun

Killing The Breeze presents Maria Chimes In. This week, co-host Kathryn Tam and I sat down with fellow NYU student and roommate Kathy Chun. Our discussion topic focused on the ‘post grad-life’ — its trials and tribulations, and opportunity for reflection.     Post-Grad Life Kathy, a Hawaii native, is...

Never Can Say Goodbye: NYC Is Special

I have always loved New York City, having been born to first-generation parents and native New Yorkers. Everyday invoked a sense of aspiration, and the ability to pursue my wildest dreams and heavily guarded pursuits. It filled me with an ineffable emotion that, after five years of calling NYC home,...