Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Travel with Kate Thomas (GSAS '10)

Kate Thomas is a 2010 NYU News and Documentary grad who is carving out a career in travel entertainment. She created the blog, TravelwithKate.com and the youtube series of the same name. She is currently the host, producer, shooter and editor of her show that uncovers local life wherever she travels. And in each episode she finds a passionate local to show her their unique perspective on her destination. Some regions covered so far include London, Paris, Southern Spain, Nicaragua, and Tunisia.

Listen to our interview using the player below or click here.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Summer Q&A: Recent Alumni from the Class of 2014

Now that the summer is well underway, we reached out to a few recent Arts and Science alumni from the class of 2014 to see what they are up to.

Anna Silman 


What did you study while you were at NYU?
I did a masters in journalism with a focus in magazine writing.

Name a moment during your time as a graduate student that stands out as being most memorable or something you are most proud of. 
For me, the best part of studying at the journalism school was getting to hear so many amazing guest speakers like Tom Wolfe, Jill Abramson, Emily Nussbaum, Chuck Klosterman and David Remnick, among others. I also got to hear Andrew Solomon speak about his newest book, Far From the Tree, which was really exciting because he's one of my favorite writers.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Live from New York University, it's Tonight Show Staff Writer Mike Drucker (CAS '06, GSAS '07)

Mike Drucker is a comedian and a staff writer for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and is currently nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series. Mike visited our office to talk about his days at NYU and what it's like writing comedy for television. Listen to our interview using the player below or by clicking here.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

NYU Professor and Ramen Historian, George Solt

You'll look at ramen in a whole new light after listening to our interview with Professor George Solt. Solt has researched the history of ramen and published a book called “The Untold History of Ramen: How Political Crisis in Japan Spawned a Global Food Craze." Listen to our interview using the player below or by clicking here.