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    Exploring all NYC has to offer

    New York City is bursting with tourists year after year, due to a multitude of events and urban sensations. Among the myriad of activities in NYC, here are some highlights. The events most people like to discover in NYC are, of course, the ones which are free. Even though NYC is known as a “concrete jungle,” there are parks to visit full of greenery, such as Central Park and Battery Park in Manhattan. Visitors may be seen walking or riding their bicycles to take in the beauty. During the summer months, Central Park has free concerts. For instance, Good Morning America has their free Friday Summer Concert Series at Rumsey…

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    Queens College celebrates 80 years of serving students

    Queens College is celebrating its 80th Anniversary, noted by various signs around campus stating, “Eighty Years of Building Futures.” The first day of classes at QC was on Oct. 11, 1937. The college began with 16 academic departments, which have increased extensively to over 170 Bachelor and Master degree offerings today. QC has changed over the years to include various honors programs, such as Macaulay Honors, that provide scholarships and vast opportunities for students. Emerald Cazeau, a sophomore neuroscience and psychology major, said, “One of the greatest benefits I have as a Macaulay Honors student is being able to attend college tuition free. Without the scholarship they provide me, I…