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New York, Our Future?

Lately, there seems to be only a few things on my mind when I usually am a cluttered thinker. Those few things are school/graduation (I’m two semesters away from graduating), helping my family, and success – looking for a good, … Continue reading

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A Complete Change

Unlike much of the class, I found that Alfred Kazin’s essay, From a Walker in the City, was very relatable. I lived in Long Island my entire life and noticed things that stayed the same and things that drastically changed. … Continue reading

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Why walk?

My father grew up in Brownsville. He taught in the junior high school across the street from Afred Kazin’s childhood home. At least once a year, my dad and his best friend plan a pilgrimage back to their old neighborhood. … Continue reading

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