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    transfer to are Lehman College or New York University. These two colleges are quite different in ways such as size, tuition and fees, financial aid, distance from home, social events, atmosphere and reputation. The first difference between Lehman College and New York University is that Lehman College is a medium size school with a total population of 12,085 students. In contrast, New York University is a large size school with a total population of 58,547 students. However, New York University has slightly smaller class sizes than Lehman College. Secondly, the tuition and fees of Lehman College is $6,408. On the other hand, New York University has a tuition and fees of $44,848. Although the tuition and fees are…

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    The New York University Tandon School of Engineering, is the second most seasoned private designing and innovation school in the United States. The school goes back to 1854 when its forerunner establishments, the University of the City of New York School of Civil Engineering and Architecture and the Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, were established. The school's fundamental grounds is in Brooklyn's MetroTech Center, a urban scholarly mechanical exploration park. History On May…

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    When I went to America for the first time, I felt really excited. I arrived in New York, and I saw a lot of new things I hadn’t seen before. This trip was really interesting. I first went to New York City. I think New York is a big and old city. Everything looks old except Manhattan which looks new and expensive. My first day in New York started on Wall Street, Time Square and Statue of Liberty. At the day, I wake up at 7 am to get ready going to Statue of Liberty. At 9 am I taken the New York…

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    be taught how to work through my new life. Choosing this place, like W.B. Yeats said, shouldn’t be finding a place to goof off and just memorizing information, but it should be a place where I will gain a spark of knowledge that will cause me to innovate and change the world instead of just dragging my feet through it all. I, however, am having troubles deciding on which creativity inducing place I must choose. The two universities that I am having trouble choosing between are New York…

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    New York Burning book by Jill Lepore winner of the Bancroft prize, published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York 2005. Jill Lepore is a professor of history at Harvard University. In this book she reconstructed the events that took place on the spring and summer of 1741 which have been called the New York Slave rebellion of 1741, New York conspiracy 1741 or The Negro Plot of 1741. Jill Lepore research, and reorganized into words the cultural, political context, population eighteen century Manhattan.…

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    A city like Evanston has unprecedented opportunities. Its energy resonates to what I feel when I walk to through the streets of New York City. It is truly home away from home in my mind. But, the best part about the city is that people will not curse you out when you try to get ahead of them if they are walking too slow, or intimidate you if they don’t like the way you are acting. New Yorkers have a knack for all of this. Also how can I forget that it won’t have that constant aroma that NYC…

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    The Professional File collection is about Clark’s public career. The General Correspondence and Subject files contained in the Professional File series documented the first half of Clark's career from the late 1940s to the mid-1960s. In 1942 he was appointed an instructor of psychology at City College, City University of New York, and the first full-time black faculty member of that institution. He continued at City College, City University of New York until his retirement in 1975. Files for…

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    Have you lived your whole life without seeing a single mouse or rat? Are you someone who feels that none of this concerns you? For anybody living in New York, these rodents are a major problem. Although they are believed to be only found in subway stations and sewers, you might find one sitting five feet away your couch, sharing your popcorn and excreting waste to show its thanks. Sounds disgusting and absurd? Well, that’s reality! Why did I choose to research this? I started to research this…

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    New Haven, a city in Connecticut, is notable for undergoing major changes during the city’s existence. It doesn’t offer images glamorous and lavish lifestyle like major US cities, or the dream of someone coming into this city and having it change their entire life. Nonetheless, it offers the idea of the American Dream, New Haven is a city where one can own a house a among the most modern and sophisticated infrastructures. Its history of development and redevelopment is an uncommon story,…

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    ready thankfulness for the everyday—made him a standout amongst the most well-known artists in the United States. Collins grew up predominantly in Queens, New York. He composed his first lyric at age 12 and later joined his secondary school artistic magazine. In 1963 Collins got a B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, and he went ahead to procure a doctorate in Romantic verse from the University of California, Riverside, in 1971. That year he likewise started a long…

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