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NYU Won’t Remove Anti-Gay Restaurant from Campus

Hillary Dworkoski doesn’t like Chick-fil-A, and it has nothing to do with the food they serve.

The freshman at NYU boycotted the fast food restaurant located on campus after she heard that it financially supports anti-gay groups. She started an online petition, which currently has more than 10,000 signatures, to remove the restaurant from campus.

“NYU prides itself on being a diverse, open and inclusive campus community,” Dworski stated in her petition. “That’s one of the major reasons why I enrolled at NYU as a freshman last fall. Unfortunately, maintaining a contract with an anti-gay vendor like Chick-fil-A undermines what makes this university so great.”

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Ashley Olsen’s Education Background

Ashley Olsen is an American actress, author, designer, and producer. She first became famous when she was an infant and shared the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House with her twin sister, Mary-Kate Olsen. After their Full House days, the girls went on to create several straight-to-video movies as part of their company, Dualstar. EDUinReview will now take a look at this young actress’ education background.

Olsen was born on June 13, 1983, in Sherman Oaks, California. Her parents are David and Jarnette Olsen. She has a fraternal twin, Mary-Kate, an older brother, Trent, and a younger sister, Lizzie. When she was nine-months old, Olsen started her acting career by sharing a role with her twin sister on Full House. In 1993, a company was created for the twins called Dualstar. During the 1990s and early 2000s, Olsen became a pre-teen favorite by appearing in several movies, books, and magazines, while also creating a fashion line for young girls. There were even toy dolls created of her and her sister by Mattel.

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Anne Hathaway’s Education Background

Anne Hathaway is an American actress who first stole our hearts as Mia Thermopolis in “The Princess Diaries” in 2001. Since then, she has starred in many other films, including “Ella Enchanted,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Rachel Getting Married,” and “Alice in Wonderland.” Hathaway just announced plans to play Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Catwoman, in Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises,” which will star Christian Bale as Batman. EDUinReview will now take a look at the education background of this wonderful young actress.

Hathaway was born on November 12, 1982 in Brooklyn, New York. She is the middle child of Gerald and Kathleen Hathaway and has two brothers. Her mother is the person who first sparked Anne’s interest in acting because she, herself, is an actress.

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Adam Sandler’s Education Background

Adam Sandler is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, musician, and film producer who was born on September 9, 1966 in Brooklyn, New York. Sandler is the son of Judy and Stanley Sandler. His mother is a nursery school teacher and his father is an electrical engineer. EDUinReview will now take a look at this hilarious actor’s education background.

Sandler was born in Brooklyn, but when he was five-years old, his family moved to Manchester, New Hampshire. Sandler attended Manchester Central High School, which is when he first discovered his comedic talent. When Sandler was 17, he  performed at a Boston comedy club as an impromptu decision. It was his first step to becoming a stand-up comedian.

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NYU Med Students Get to See Patients on First Day

doctor med schoolWhen you think of first-year medical students, you probably think of them listening to lectures, jotting notes about diseases and dissecting specimens in a lab. Not long ago, you would have been right. Medical students had to wait until their third year before they could see patients.

That’s not the case at New York University School of Medicine. Students get to see patients on their first day of class.

“I am possibly the worst patient in the world to have,” an H.I.V.-positive tuberculosis patient said to the first-year medical students in an NYU lecture hall as they attentively scribbled notes. “I thought I had the common cold. It went on for months.” Read the rest of this entry »



Journalism School Enrollment is Booming

I don’t know about you, but I was actually kind of surprised to read this. Forbes announced this week that enrollment in journalism schools is up, a surprising statistic when most everything in this economy is down, including newspapers. I was especially caught by this news when just a week ago CBS Sunday Morning ran a story called “Stop the Presses,” in which they talked about how crippled the newspaper business has become. The story lamented the end of an era for print journalism, citing bankruptcies, layoffs and even closed doors for many large and small newspapers. Print circulations are down, as is ad spending in newspapers.newspaper

So it makes sense that the degree program to land you one of these jobs is filling classroom seats… right? Newspaper journalism might be mourning its twilight, but journalism is most certainly not dead. While the Internet can be primarily blamed for the downward turn for print, it can also be heralded for creating an almost romantic resurgence in journalism. Computers and Web publishing don’t come with that hardened, musty newsroom feel, but it does open more doors, allow for more creative approaches to reporting, and reach more of the people we want to have hear our stories anyway.

According to the Forbes report, enrollment in journalism programs at Columbia are up 38%, 20% at Stanford and 6% at NYU. Even state schools are enjoying the surge, with an increased enrollment of 25% at the University of Maryland. They aren’t doing it for the love of the money, just the game, according to Nicholas Lemann, dean of the Columbia School of Journalism. “I’ve never met a single person in 35 years who went into journalism out of pure economic reason,” Lemann says. Read the rest of this entry »





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