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Unique New York

By Sarah Beard • March 13, 2019

Because there’s nowhere else like it, misconceptions about New York and its inhabitants seem to run rampant among those who haven’t lived here. That said, there are many things about the city that vastly differ from what I’ve grown up with in Texas. So, I’ve compiled a small list of interesting little differences...

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Mid-Term Reflections

By Sarah Beard • March 5, 2019

Admittedly, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect out of the New York Arts Program before I got here. I trusted that it was going to be a highly transformative experience, and that instinct was was correct, but I had no way of anticipating what that transformation would look like.

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Having lived in New York for over a month now, I’ve found that a good playlist and a pair of working earbuds are vital in my day-to-day commute, and I can only imagine many of my fellow students can relate.

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On Sunday, February 3rd, a few of us students here at New York Arts had the rare and exciting opportunity to tour the Metropolitan Opera House.

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A New Captain at the Helm

By Sarah Beard • February 13, 2019

My name is Sarah Beard, and I’m the new student liaison for the NY Arts Program.

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Calling all NYAP Alumni

By NY Arts Program • February 4, 2019

We invite all NYAP alumni near and far to celebrate 50 years of immersive arts education by joining our 50th Anniversary facebook group.

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Risky Business

By Lydia Gregovic • December 10, 2018

I have never been a risk-taker. Where others find joy in the unpredictability of adventure, I prefer the safety of routine...

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Joy Whitney Intern Life

By Joy Li • December 3, 2018

Every time I look out the window, I see boats sailing across the river and glance at a beautiful view of New Jersey.

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Whether you’re looking for a workspace that’s close and convenient or you’re on the search a strong kick of caffeine to jumpstart your paper, here is a list of coffee shops that are within a one mile radius of the New Yorker.

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Some of my most memorable moments in New York City have happened over the past week, while friends and family were in town for Thanksgiving. I enjoyed sharing some of my favorite places here and indulging my inner tourist with loved ones.

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