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NYU to revamp housing in the fall

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Originally Published on Washington Square News Online on February 7, 2013.

Freshman living in NYU housing next semester will experience some drastic policy changes.

First posted on NYU Local, starting in fall 2013, roommate requests will be a thing of the past, as the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services opted to focus on fostering interaction among the university’s diverse student body. Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Planning Week kicks off with workshop

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Originally Published on Washington Square News Online on October 1, 2012. 

The Financial Planning Association of New York and the School of Continuing and Professional Studies hosted their 10th annual Financial Fitness Workshop on Saturday. The public event kicked off National Financial Planning Week, which features certified financial planners and attorneys who lead several sessions on topics that range from budgeting and creating a financial plan to constructing an investment portfolio and planning for retirement.  Read the rest of this entry »

Annual workshop helps plan financial future

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Originally Published on Washington Square News Online on September 28, 2012. 

The Financial Planning Association of New York is kicking off their National Financial Planning Week this weekend. Partnering once again with the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, they will be hosting the 10th Annual Financial Fitness Workshop in Vanderbilt Hall on Saturday, Sept 29.  Read the rest of this entry »

New faces join NYU Division of Student Affairs

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Originally Published on Washington Square News Online on September 20, 2012. 

Courtesy of Pascha McTyson

Pascha McTyson

Raised in the South Bronx, McTyson had always wanted to come to NYU. Though she attended the University of Massachusetts Lowell, she said she developed an interest in higher education careers while working in the UMass Student Activities Office.

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