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  • Vivian Parker Essay

    spoiled, yet sweet, and she was the funniest person you’d ever meet. She lived in the richest part of Upper East Side, New York, with her parents. Her house was made of stone and had the prettiest detailing. Her yard was always freshly cut with flowers at full bloom. Inside big and beautiful, as well and had too many bedrooms to count. She had a perfect view of New York outside her bedroom window. She had a maid, chef, and all the money in the world. Her parents expected nothing but perfection out of her. At age 18, Vivian’s parents had her life all planned out. She would spend the rest of her life eating high class meals, preferably steak (her favorite) and she would never have to face her fear of low class living, which seemed as though it would kill her. Her parents would also somehow get her into the top, most, prestige college in New York. Vivian was happy as long as her sidekick and best friend Kate, would go through it all with her. And she was even happier, if she never had to see her enemy, Emily ever again.…

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  • 10029 Area Case Study

    Homework 2: Business for 10029 Area For the purposes of this research paper, I analyzed the data for 10029 zip code available at American Fact Finder website. As it turned out, this Upper East Side area that starts from 96th Street and goes all the way up to 117th Street is very diverse. According to U.S. Census Bureau, this area is predominantly occupied by women (40,192 females compared to 35,160 males). A good amount (56%) of Upper East Siders living in this zip code area is working (35,989…

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  • Comparing The Modern Museum And The New Museum

    The New Museum is located in the Lower East Side on Bowery and opened its doors in 2007 after expanding and relocating from its previous home in SoHo. Likewise, the Whitney by Renzo Piano Workshop was the result of a need of expansion that saw the museum vacate its old largely residential neighborhood in the Upper East Side and into the Meatpacking District neighborhood of Lower Manhattan on Gansevoort Street in 2015. The neighborhoods that these buildings reside in are important because in a…

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  • Personal Narrative: Flashback

    Flashback: Pearls and feathers, bobs and glamour! Reality: I was sitting at the very back of my poor excuse of a high school’s plain old, bland “English 4” class in Levi mom jeans, a cropped top, and Chuck Taylors; except I wasn’t. I wasn’t at all. (Take One): Pouncing upon my sister’s Macbook Air, I was on a written escapade away from the Upper West Side’s public school nightmare and, instead, running up and down the catwalk at New York’s Couture’s 1956 Fashion Show! In a riveting, platinum…

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  • Physician Assistant Career Essay

    As a child growing up I always knew what I wanted to be. Whenever I was asked that famous question, without hesitation, I always replied, "I will be a Doctor and help to heal the sick". I truly believed that. In fact, my determination and drive towards this career path, lead me to easily choose to specialize in the Science Research field at High School for Health Professions and Human Services. This is where I was first introduced to the medical environment and experienced the excitement of it…

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  • Descriptive Essay On The Central Station

    I woke up to the sound of drizzling rain tapping on my window. To my surprise we were still going to have class, but I didn’t mind since Gotham was the only class I looked forward to all week. I got used to the feeling of waking up, getting coffee, and strolling all throughout Manhattan. As we walked out of Penn Station I knew summer was officially coming to an end because I could feel the cold air hitting my face. We took the train and headed to the Lower East Side, which is known to be fairly…

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  • Bread Givers Book Summary

    Carly Stocks Shelia Hailey March 11, 201 Bread Givers The story that I read is called Bread Givers is a novel written by Anzia Yezierska in 1925 and is about a 10- year old girl named Sara Smolinsky. Anzia Yezierska was born between 1880 and 1885. Her father was a Talmudic scholar, and her family lived on the money her mother made from goods. Anzia’s family immigrated to New York City around 1890. Anzia has 8 siblings that live with her. Her brother Meyer changed his name to Max Meyer. Anzia…

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  • Henry Bergh Informative Speech

    Over two hundred years ago, while America was at war with England and James Madison was president, a child was born in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. This child born of means would one day turn his back on his elite status to defend the defenseless. This child grew up to be Henry Bergh, the creator of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an organization that still exists today more than 150 years after its inception. I am honored to be here with Henry Bergh to ask him…

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  • Nursing Case Study: G. C. A. H)

    attends elementary school at P.S.110 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Being that G.A.H. attended this school from when she was in kindergarten it shows that she has the same friend circle. She is in the gifted and talented program at her school and excels in the advanced curriculum. G.A.H. attends school five days a week from 8:00am to 3:20pm. Her school year begins in September and ends in June with two months of summer vacation. Mrs. H reports that her teachers state that she is a very…

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  • Growing Up White In The Lower East Side By Dalton Conley Summary

    Dalton Conley’s memoir narrates how growing up white in the projects of NYC affected how he perceived race as he grew older. Growing up being one of the few white boys in a mostly black and Puerto Rican neighborhood on Manhattan’s Lower East Side made his childhood out of the ordinary. Conley opens up the book with an incident that underlines his experience with color in his childhood. In an attempt to show his unawareness to color, three year old, Conley whose mother was pregnant at that time,…

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