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    New York Trip

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    This spring break I finally decided to visit New York for the first time after wanting to go. I would be taking me to a new city that I have never visited before I was feeling excited about going to New York. One the night before I left for New York, I pack and unpack my bag several times going to my clothes several times thinking that I am packing pack too much clothes and which clothes I need to pack for the weather that is expected in New York while I am there. The night before I left to New York I could not sleep at night I tossed and turned in my bed as I excited for the trip next day. In the morning of leaving to New York I woke up feeling tired I still look through my bag to see if I want missing anything, before I left to get the bus…

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    Segregation In New York

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    As of 2010, the population in New York, NY was roughly 8,175,133. According to the Census Quick Facts Sheet, the racial population consists heavily of three races in 2010: White alone (44.0%), followed by Hispanic or Latino (28.6%), ending in Black or African American (25.5%). The remaining races all fall under 15%: American Indian and Alaska Native (0.7%), Asian (12.7%), Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (0.1%), Two or more races (4.0%). Segregation trends between 1980/1990 and 2010 …

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    New York Night

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    New York City is not for the faint- hearted. It is filled with the dreams of many and the lost dreams of those who could not keep up with the jones. Its dazzling city center, enormous skyscrapers, and talented theaters are what everyone remembers when they go, but they do not tell the other side of New York. They say how the lights are dazzling and how they seem to dance around, but to forget to disclose about the neighborhood they are in. They say how the subway is such a convenience, but how…

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    New York-Presbyterian

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    This paper will assess the mission, vision, and values of New York-Presbyterian (NYP). NYP is a renown academic medical center affiliated with two Ivy League medical schools. The 2,344 bed hospital provides inpatient, ambulatory and preventive care in all areas of medicine at five major centers. It is one of the largest and most comprehensive health care institutions in the world. NYP’s mission, vision and values convey a commitment to excellence in patient care, research, education and…

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    New York Chapter Summaries

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    Brown, M. (2014). In New York. N.p.: Alfred A, Knopf. This book explores through New York City and the many things that you can find there. The book starts off giving a history of New York when it was called New Amsterdam. It shows how different things were back then and how it is now a much more populated and frequently visited city. The book gives details of the many different attraction that that this city holds, such as, The Empire State Building, the subway, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis…

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    New York City

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    I consider myself a flânuer in every respect associated with the term. New York City is in my opinion, the best city in the world to be a flânuer in. I often find myself mindlessly wandering the streets, looking for unexpected experiences, feelings, smells, people, and spectacles. I have walked the streets seeking entertainment countless times, with no apparent goal or destination. Although I am a lifetime New Yorker, there are always new things to experience and see. There are different ways to…

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    New York City Trip

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    New York City Trip On July 10-17, my family and I took a trip to New York City. This was our first trip her and we were very excited to see all the sights. My half-brother used to live in New York and we just never got around to seeing them, plus I was too young to really enjoy the New York experience. New York City is one of the best and busiest places in the United States. The state is full of history both good and bad. B. We did a lot of things that common tourist usually do. First,…

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    Animals In New York City

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    New York’s Central Park has always been known for the uniquely beautiful garden in the middle of the city to escape from the loud and busy city streets. Horse carriages have been a traditional way of transportation for people to get around the city or central park and are ranked 5th out of 155 top activities to do in New York City. However, Bill Blasio, mayor of New York City, pledged that one of his first acts would be to ban horse carriages considering them to be abusive and inhuman to the…

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    The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster is a page-turner to say the least. The surprising ride Auster delivered covers a range of literary and critical topics. I expected it to more or less follow the expectable twists, turns, and general direction of the genre I believed it to take part in. What I got was something different. It seems to me like in all three trilogies, “City of Glass”, “Ghost”, and the final trilogy “Locked room”. All have a similarity of losing someone. In the first trilogy “City…

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    New York Burning Summary

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    New York Burning, the award-winning book by Jill Lepore takes place in the mid-eighteenth century of New York City’s, Manhattan during a period where around 20% of the residents were enslaved. The book focuses primarily on the slave rebellion of 1741 and the vicious retaliation that had occurred at the time. However, the events that occurred in 1741 were quite unique seeing as there were plots to which around 200 people were involved. They wanted to take revenge on the towns people and murder…

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