#TBT 2007 NYU Steinhardt Ad

#TBT To when I was part of NYU Steinhardt’s 2007 ad campaign. If you ever wanted see me with longer hair during Jim Halpert-mania…!

Also, check out this great ROH TBT match between two legends, Bryan Danielson and Justin “Thunder” Liger from 2004!

President’s Service Award

One of my best days at NYU.

I was very honored and humbled to accept a 2009 President’s Service Award from President John Sexton earlier this week. Thank you to everyone who made this possible. Here is a photo of me and the Prez. Looking forward to graduating!

A big shout out also to those who attended the coffee and music event put forth by Junior Class President Barrett Paul. On behalf of Spencer Tricker, I would like to thank him for inviting us to play. It was a whirlwind day!

I performed the following songs:

1.) Close My Eyes

2.) Hustle, Baby!

3.) Eggshells

4.) Lannie, Angel from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Spencer did all of his favorites including Hey Jessica and an awesome version of the Replacements’ Waitress in the Sky. You can check out Spencer on iTunes by clicking here.

All U Games? Count me in!

Pink stockings, purple bandana, giant card-board heart. Awesome.

In 2007, I was a Ninja Turtle. Green tights, green body paint. In 2008, prior commitments to baseball prevented me from showing my Steinhardt spirit. I was not about to miss 2009’s version for anything. Particularly when I found out that Steinhardt’s USG was dressing me up as a giant heart!

The event was this past Friday and Steinhardt had another great turnout! Thanks to Ali, Dana, Angelica, Katie S., Barret, Joey, Katherine, Doris, Jeanne, and, I’m missing a lot of folks here, who made this event awesome once again. Like in 2007, our team made a miracle run in dodgeball. And like 2007, our team faced the mighty Sternies in the semi-finals. Unlike 2007, when we were able to upset the heavily favored Stern squad and then their grad students for the dodgeball championship, we fell short in the semi-finals. This is one event I’ll miss next February!

Photo by Dana Schmidt.