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10 Dec 18
Cheapest Goodz

SOME OF THE HOTTEST GIFTS IN AMAZON

09 Dec 18
Erkhes Batjargal

My name is Erkhes Batjargal, the purpose of this portfolio is to showcase my work throughout the semester for this Freshman Composition class. The portfolio is arranged in order, with its key artifacts. I plan to assess myself on my performance throughout the course and each major assignment I completed. The learning  goals of this […]

09 Dec 18
Jia's Blog

The City College of New York, originally called the Free Academy of the City of New York, is well-known to be the first university that admitted both the lower class and immigrants. It was founded in 1847 by a group of wealthy businessmen including Townsend Harris, who was the president of the Board of Education […]

09 Dec 18
Jia's Blog

The City College of New York (CCNY) has produced a variety of notable graduates. They range from Rhodes Scholars to Nobel Prize winners. CCNY was also the first free public university in the United States. It offered higher education to immigrants and the poor based on academic merit. It was originally designed by architect George […]

09 Dec 18
Totally Wired

We’ve lived with the Nativ Vita for just on six weeks now – if anything we are more enthused by the Vita than at first when I wrote our introductory page. As you might expect, we have learned a lot and have also enjoyed an encouragingly positive response from clients including a surprising number of […]

09 Dec 18
Ace Backwords Blog

Ace Backwords December 9, 2017 at 10:44 PM ·  Moo Cat the feral cat almost died last winter. It was a rough winter. Rainy and cold. 37 inches of rain and the weather often near or below freezing. Which is tough to deal with if you’re a feral cat living outside with no home. For several […]

09 Dec 18
unionavenue706

December 9, 2018 by Ryan Hilligoss With thanks to Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich, one of the finest columnists in print today, below are 9 things I am thankful for this time of the year. Chicago– With lights wrapped around every tree in sight, ice skating at Millennium Park, all the decorations on Michigan Avenue […]

09 Dec 18
Technology Arena

With the winter holidays just around the corner, there is no shortage of hot deals running at pretty much every retailer. The huge number of discounts and rebates, however, makes finding the best of the best harder than it may initially seem. Looking for a new smartphone? A tablet? Smartwatch? Or heck, even a new […]

09 Dec 18
Angela Lamb's Art Blog

It’s always been my pleasure to be part of the roll call of participants for RCA Secret. This year I was invited once more and it was exciting to know I had another opportunity. The deadline was very broad this year compared to others but this didn’t make it any easier to decide what to […]

09 Dec 18
FIQWS 10113: Exploring New York City Architecture: Charlotte Nealy

C, Nealy Prof. Leadon Use date of Dec 5 Working on the RCA makes me realized the importance of citations, valid sources, and the placing of information. For example, in order not to plagiarize, you will have to cite everything you used even the idea. Finding sources probably was the hardest part for me, because […]

09 Dec 18
FIQWS 10113: Exploring New York City Architecture: Charlotte Nealy

C, Nealy Prof. Leadon Use date of Oct 3 For my Researched Critical Analysis I wants to write about Central Park. What makes me want to write about the Central part is the feeling it gives me. Central Park has always been a place I go to when I want to refresh my head or […]