Tag Archives: NYU

From The NYC Files: The Time I Went To The Movies With U2!

There were so many great benefits to going to NYU, Modern Philosophers. I got to live in Greenwich Village and have the greatest city in the world as my campus.  When I walked out my door, Washington Square Park was … Continue reading

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Friday Night Think Tank: A Year Again Edition

We made it through another week, Modern Philosophers! Last Friday’s Think Tank was the most popular one this blog has hosted in ages, and I was thrilled to see such participation.  As a result, I’m so pumped for tonight’s edition … Continue reading

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Cousin Ed is Dead in the Egg Nog

Originally posted on The Return of the Modern Philosopher:
I wrote a Christmas song once for a class at NYU, and for some reason, that monstrosity popped into my head today (maybe it was the cold medicine I’ve been taking!). …

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Field Of Unfulfilled Dreams

I was out with friends the other night when one of them surprised me by asking: “Austin, how come you never turned pro after playing baseball your Senior year at NYU?” It was an excellent question, and one that I … Continue reading

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Happy Columbus Day!

Happy Columbus Day, Modern Philosophers! I’m very excited because it’s not often that a screenwriter, director, and producer gets a holiday named in his honor. Then again, most filmmakers don’t have the resume of Chris Columbus.  Add to that that … Continue reading

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Cousin Ed is Dead in the Egg Nog

I wrote a Christmas song once for a class at NYU, and for some reason, that monstrosity popped into my head today (maybe it was the cold medicine I’ve been taking!).  Thought it was exactly the kind of thing to … Continue reading

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