22 years old, living
and going to school in New York City.
Last fall I studied abroad in Prague and it was one of the best experiences in my life--feel free to ask me about it sometime or check out the link below!
I like funny and smart TV shows, pretty things, and music that makes me smile.
Sometimes I even make GIFs.
I lived in the dorms for my first two years and then had an apartment for the last two years.
The dorms for the most part are pretty nice. After freshman year most (all?) of them are apartment style so they have their own kitchens and all the dorm rooms have private bathrooms.
It is not near Times Square, but Times Square is very easy to get to (just a short subway ride). The area around NYU is very safe and cool though.
I liked it well enough (I was in steinhardt). I wasn’t in love with it and it wasn’t a dream college experience, but it’s different for everyone. But for some people it’s everything they wanted and more! It kind of depends on the type of person you are and what type of experience you make for yourself
I think my least favorite thing about job interviews is that they ask you about things most people generally don’t think about ever and then you’re supposed to come up with a well-thought out answer right then and there which really isn’t easy to do. But I guess that’s the point, isn’t it?
Why are job interviews always absolutely terrifying?
Well this isn’t fair. I finally feel like I’m having the New York summer I was supposed to have last summer, but now I’m leaving in eleven days.
At the same time, I’m so excited to go home and see my friends and do all these other great things in California.
I’ve never wanted so badly to be in two places at once.
Looking up apartments near a job I don’t even have yet