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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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  • Eric Carle's Effect On Children

    Eric. 1, 2, 3 To The Zoo: Counting Book. New York: Philomel, 1968. Print. Carle, Eric. A House for Hermit Crab. New York, NY: Scholastic, 1987. Print. Carle, Eric. Do You Want to Be My Friend? Harpercollins. Print. Carle, Eric. Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? New York: HarperCollins, 2000. Print. Carle, Eric. Draw Me a Star. New York: Philomel, 1992. Print. Carle, Eric. Friends. New York: Philomel, 2013. Print. Carle, Eric. The Grouchy Ladybug. New York: HarperCollins, 1977. Print.…

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  • A Summer's Reading Bernard Malamud

    Introduction In this essay I will be exploring a topic most deeply embedded in New York’s history, which happens to be a theme widely pertinent and of extensive influence on the characters and the plot of “A Summer’s Reading”, by Bernard Malamud. New York has, since the days it was known as New Amsterdam, been the most prominent port of entry into North America. From the crown of the Statue of Liberty, one could easily make out scores of ship entering her harbor daily, and onboard, millions of…

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  • Analysis Of Goodbye To All That By Didion

    experience in New York City and ostensibly about her decision to leave New York as she realized it was no longer her home. But more than that it is an essay about growing up and gaining wisdom. Obviously, growing up means something different for every person, but for Didion it meant realizing that her personal comfort far outweighed the attempt to live the life you are supposed to live—a life that other people would be impressed by. To describe moments that compromised her New York life, Didion…

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  • Biography Of Sojourner Truth

    became the first black woman to win a case against a white man. During the civil war in 1851 she had a speech that became widely known by the name of “Ain’t I a Women ?” Her speech was re-written in a stereotypical southern way. Truth was from New York and she grew up speaking Dutch as her first language. In Truth’s early years she was one of the ten or twelve children from her parents James and Elizabeth Baumfree. Colonel Hardenbergh brought her parents from slaves and kept her and…

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  • Charles Dickens And George Foster: A Literary Analysis

    presenting New York City to readers, causing authors to begin perceiving the city with more than just their eyes. These varying modes of perception allow authors to show their readers both the visible and the invisible city. Charles Dickens and George Foster, two prominent antebellum writers, offer guided tours of New York through their writing styles, even resembling each other at times; however, as a whole, the versions of New York they show us are vastly different. Dickens’ flaneur style in…

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  • New York Compare And Contrast Essay

    A lot of people travel to New York and Florida personally; I travel to New York a lot because that's where I am originally from. I love traveling back and forward to New York and Florida and seeing the difference between the states. The weather, the fashion and the lifestyle are totally different when going from Florida to New York. I love the difference that we have from New York, I learn something new every time. People ask me all the time would I move back to New York and my answer will…

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  • Lou Gehrig Biography Essay

    players were as good as he was, and even fewer were as humble. He believed in working hard and never giving up; because of his morals, he was a baseball great and the country adored him (“Lou Gehrig: Biography”). Gehrig was born on June 19, 1903, in New York City. A descendant of German immigrants, Lou was the lone survivor of four children. Christina, his mother, worked as a cook and a maid to pay the bills; the pressure was mostly on her because Lou’s father, Heinrich, had very poor health.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience Of Moving To A New Home

    United States with my Dad. Although it was a fascinating experience, it was also my first time leaving my home country and integrating into a new culture. It was also the first time that I was introduced to a new language other than Mandarin. The occasional modification of homes directly impacted my ability to adapt to new societies and assimilate into the new culture. My first impression of the United States was the busy…

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