Congratulations to the winners of the annual Liberal Studies photo contest, A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Worlds! Their photos will be framed and hung in the Liberal Studies lounge for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Best Photo of an Architectural Structure:

“Beijing” (Beijing, China) by Andrea Meyer
During the academic year 2015-2016, Andrea was a Core Program first-year student.

Beijing

Best Photo of Local Life:

“La Vida en La Plaza” (Madrid, Spain) by Susan Lee
During the academic year 2015-2016, Susan was a GLS Senior.

La Vida en La Plaza

Best Photo that Captures the Spirit of NYU’s Global Network University:

“Hide Away” (Darjeeling, India) by Lila Murphy
During the academic year 2015-2016, Lila was a Core Program first-year student.

Hide Away

Best Photo of a Social, Political, or Religious Event:

“The Effects of Gentrification in “Old Town”, Puxi” (Shanghai, China) by Janli Gwo
During the academic year 2015-2016, Janli was a GLS Senior.

The Effects of Gentrification in "Old Town", Puxi

The Grand Prize Winner, for Best in Globe Photo:

“GMT + 8:30” (Pyongyang, North Korea) by Tianxiong Hu
During the academic year 2015-2016, Tianxiong was a Core Program sophomore.

GMT_plus_830

Our global curriculum and extensive study away programs take Liberal Studies students from the handsome boulevards of Buenos Aires to the sparkling sands of Tel Aviv, and everywhere in between. You can share your view of the world by entering our fifth annual Global Photo Contest

Every year, the photo entries capture intimate scenes of local life, stunning vistas, and colorful moments from around the world. The 2015 winning photos are displayed below. I look forward to seeing your photos; look for details in your LS newsletter.

By Sristi Pradhan

By Sristi Pradhan

By Daphne Sigala

By Daphne Sigala

By Martha Silva

By Martha Silva

By Chandler West

By Chandler West

 

By Katherine Heldt

By Katherine Heldt