Nishita Naga

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from Fordham University at Lincoln Center

Nishita Naga is a sophomore at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus. On campus, she is a writer and editor for a magazine created by Fordham students, FLASH Magazine. Off-campus, she writes as a contributor for Thrive Global, and grasps any opportunity she can to bring about change to improve the atmosphere of modern society. She believes strongly in the power that media and its future has to influence social change and intends to magnify that power as a Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large.
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Unsplashed
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On the Term “Woman of Color”

by Nishita Naga
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Thrive on Campus//

A Reminder During the Holiday Season

by Nishita Naga
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Calling On the Power of College Students

by Nishita Naga
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Why Do We Identify With Fiction?

by Nishita Naga
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Evaluating Our Daily Use of Technology

by Nishita Naga
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Thrive on Campus//

We Need to Redefine “Masculinity”

by Nishita Naga
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Thrive on Campus//

We Need To Change University Stress Culture

by Nishita Naga

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