This week, I have been visiting our students studying at NYU Paris. Last night, I was privileged to share Thanksgiving dinner with them at a lovely restaurant in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.
There is much for which to be thankful in Paris this year — that our first-year away students, our sophomores, and our GLS juniors are doing well; that Paris has rebounded after a difficult year; and that one of our Paris GLS students from last year, Melissa Godin (GLS ’17), has been named a Rhodes Scholar.
Most of all, I am thankful for our strong Liberal Studies community, that binds together students, faculty, and staff on Washington Square and across the Global Network.
Happy Thanksgiving to all!