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  • Analysis Of Here Is New York, By E. B. White

    White makes it seem as though the entirety of New York is devoid of emotion and its inhabitants will only work for the sake of money in his Here is New York. He expresses this through the tone in which he describes New Yorkers. However, White betrays this depiction by subtly introducing a human emotion that has the potential to bud and spread through New York and make it feel more like the New York that we are used to. White shows his respect for New York by showing the ability of the city to…

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  • Inwood Hill Park Research Paper

    I turn into this park. The chaotic life of city disturbs my nerves, the idea of going central park is come in my mind and fill my heart with a hope of comfort. The park has a portion that is surrounded by tree that to me feel like I am in world of giant. Inwood Hill Park's marked scenic sites or historic highlights trail will lead you to the top of the hill, where the park’s oldest trees live. That is the best park to go for hiking according to…

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  • The New Urban Crisis Analysis

    and we have our own views of them. But as civilians, we only see the what is attractive to us such as, building, parks, and the attractions of the city, but we never think deeply enough to see the reality. Richard Florida, the author of the book The New Urban Crisis, is a researcher and expert in cities. He identifies inequality, segregation, and high costs of living as challenges confronting today’s cities. Florida applies the sociological imagination to break down these factors. His purpose…

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  • Testwell Laboratories Case Study

    The New York Times reported that a year after New York City said it had a plan to re-test the concrete in many buildings as Testwell had failed to do, the re-testing had not been performed, consequently only on a handful of buildings. According to reporter William Rasbaum, sixty…

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  • Definition Of Cultural Policy Essay

    housing and hospitals.” (C. Simms) Take a city like New York statistics show that in 2000 that have 36.2 million international and domestic tourisms that number almost double by 2014 they had 56.5 million visitors. People don’t just to New York for one thing them come for it all! New York have beautiful parks, restaurants, museums, hotel, nightlife, shopping and entertainment everywhere you go. Tourism has had a great impact on NYC. New York welcome people of all races, background,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Trip To The Big Apple

    taxis, all the fashion, and all the landmarks; I am just reminiscing about the time I took a trip to the Big Apple. It was one of the best things I ever experienced. My dad took me and my sister to the wonderful city of New York for my 16th birthday. Since I wanted to fit in with New York’s fashion, I decided to wear a fluffy, white fur coat with heavy Timberlands. Before we arrived at the Big Apple, we had to go through the Atlanta airport. Our flight was delayed, and it was a very tedious…

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  • Physical Environment And Human Interactions Analysis

    There is a relationship between physical environment and human interactions. I live upstate New York and travel three day during the week to New York City. At the beginning when I start to travel I find a big difference between the two cities. The upstate New York is more quiet and people are more friendly. In New York City people don’t take time to see what is around them, even though they have everything. First, I live in a small city that everybody knows each others. I have 5 years working…

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  • The Ghost Of Ellis Island, More Than More Than Just A Shrine By Mary Gordon

    Ellis Island and started a new life in Pennsylvania, it was like I could feel their presence in the building. So, I believe that the purpose of this article is to give credit to Ellis Island and everything it did for America. It became so important to the culture and the people, because it gave them the thing they needed and wanted most, the American Dream and the freedom to do so. Even with all of its flaws, the island saved people from their past lives and gave them a new life to live. The…

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  • Becoming A DNY Peer Leader

    DNY Peer Leader is due to my love for New York. I spend a lot of my weekends simply adventuring through the city. It is one, if not the, main reason I decided to attend St. John’s. I want other students to be excited about the area they attend college in. And understand that there is a whole world of opportunity out there, even just within New York. Beside this reason, I believe this position is something that will allow me to expand my understanding of New York. Even though I completed the…

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  • Pivot Table Report Observations

    pivot table, and the one part of pivot table report is about the annual adult care facility, total number of census, SMI and SSI. The other part is about New York State Population, total population and total number of race and ethnicity distribution. The results that I received are come from the data Adult Care Facility Annual Survey and New York State Population. I use the pivot table or chart to get the observations. At the first, I use the pivot table to analyze the total capacity. From the…

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