I’ve been working with the NYU Law admissions office. My duties include making phone calls, sending emails, and giving tours. One of the most frequent questions I get is whether law students are so busy that we need to pull all-nighters. The answer is always: no. There’s a lot of work to be done, but … More Vic’s NYC
This weekend, I took a study break. A rather long study break actually — some friends and I trekked uptown to the American Museum of Natural History! When there’s promise of a Titanosaur, we really do have to go and see the beast for ourselves. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Of course the plan … More Museum walks, and other thoughts
Happy Year of the Monkey to you all! Make sure to celebrate with food, family, and love 🙂
It’s almost thanksgiving. For “non-lawyer human beings,” as my Contracts professor says, that should be a happy time.
As much as I love New York, it’s very far from Michigan. And that means it’s far from some great people.
This November has been warm so far. It offers great walking weather to observe the trees with its turning colors, the streaming sunlight on stately brownstones….and scope out some food.
My parents and I spent a week in China this past August. It was the first time to Mainland China for all of us, believe it or not! We were so excited for the trip, and we looked forward to so many things. I, of course, looked up sights to see and things to eat. … More On a Slow Boat to China: Shanghai
Nobody likes dentist appointments, even if they’re routine cleaning or checkups. But there is always one tried and true way to make the dreaded day a bit better: the promise of a good breakfast. Flushing, Queens is diverse and vibrant part of New York City, and it boasts a wealth of eateries, from restaurants to street … More Nan Xiang Dumpling House