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Madison Buechler

If you’re big into believing stereotypes about places then you probably think that the streets of New York are filled with terrible, terrible people, that will shove you down and walk right over you.

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Student Feature: Alanna Henderson

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Student Feature: Andrew McDonald Willard

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Times Square is a fantastic place full of life, excitement, and tourists.

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How does one live their life in the big city to the fullest when the sun starts setting at 4:40pm? With this blog post I will tell you how.

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I found out how expensive living in New York could be the hard way. When I first moved here I was coming from Houston, Texas where our main source of grocery shopping is Walmart, HEB, Target, or Kroger, and if I needed super cheap things a Dollar Store was on every other street corner.

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On Monday, October 30th, NYAP faculty advisor Jake Leckie screened the movie, SnowyBing Bongs, which he scored the music for as his faculty presentation for the students in the program. The screening was then followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers Alex Fischer and Rachel Wolther.

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The Secret Food Stop

By Madison Buechler • October 18, 2017

It’s a known fact that New York has some of the best food in the world. It is also a known fact that food in New York can be very expensive. But what if I told you that there is a little known secret that could guarantee you great and cheap food while you’re here?

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Have you ever wondered how people get tickets to late night shows such as Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, or Stephen Colbert?

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If you’ve ever been to New York then you probably have already ventured to Central Park...

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