News Malia Obama at an NYC university? Michelle and Malia spotted at NYU, Columbia and Barnard Malia, right, and Sasha Obama listen to their father, President Barack Obama, speak before pardoning turkeys during a ceremony at the White House in Washington on November 26, 2014. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mark Wilson By AMNY February 6, 2015 1:47 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Will Malia Obama unseat Dante de Blasio as NYC's coolest teen? The 16-year-old First Daughter was spotted with Michelle Obama at NYU, Columbia and Barnard Friday afternoon, according to NYU's blog The Local and Twitter (of course). "Apparently everyone was told the elevators 'shut down' for the 10 minutes they were in the building ... but I knew the truth!" a source told The Local. "Just saw michelle and malia obama at nyu. wut," tweeted @RocketterGuy. They were also spotted uptown at her father's alma mater, Columbia. President Obama graduated from Columbia in 1983, and he lived on the Upper East Side at 339 East 94th St., near the corner of 1st Ave. Malia and Michelle, however, were spotted at the upscale Community Food and Juice on Broadway between 112th and 113th Streets. "I just saw @MichelleObama and it was the greatest accomplishment of my Columbia career," tweeted @buckle2. Malia then took a tour of Barnard College's campus, the liberal arts college for women across the street from Columbia University. "Hope the strong & beautiful Obama women like our zine library!" tweeted @barnlib. On Thursday, Michelle Obama toured an Upper West Side high school where she announced a $500 million donation from the Robert Wood Foundation for her "Let's Move!" campaign. Malia reportedly wants to be a filmmaker. Although Twitter users said they saw her touring NYU's Goddard Hall, let's start taking bets on how long before she moves to Brooklyn and is spotted at BAM with the rest of NYC's aspiring filmmakers. In the meantime, Malia, you can catch up on "Felicity" (Keri Russell's first show that inspired older millennials... you know, what, just Google it) on Amazon Prime. By AMNY Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.