Log into your Blackboard account through the CUNY Portal.
Look for class HMGT1101 D404, it might be able to be reached through the following link https://bbhosted.cuny.edu/webapps/blackboard/execute/announcement?method=search&context=course&course_id=_1296174_1&handle=cp_announcements&mode=cpview# .
In the announcement section you will a “test”. This “test” will count as class participation and attendance on that day, it is to be completed before 5:00 on Thursday, December 15. Let me know if you have any difficulty locating or completing the exam. Good luck on all your finals.
Building on what we have been talking about: Daniel Boulud, Quality Control
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Yankee Stadium is one of baseball’s most iconic stadiums in history. It is home to the 27 time world series champions. Yankee stadium is filled with a bunch of tourist attractions, from plaques dedicated to the greats, like Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle. Yankee Stadium attracts tourist from other states and out of the country as well. Yankee Stadium attracts large amounts of people and will and is a must stop sight to see in the Bronx.
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most significant and famous monument of New York, The United States and around the entire world. It is located on the island of liberty island south of Manhattan, near the mouth of the Hudson River and closed to the Ellis Island which have a lot to do with the history of immigration in the united states; The same ferry that takes you to the “Statue of Liberty” goes to the Ellis Island. The statue of Liberty was a gift from France to Americans in 1886 to commemorate the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence as a symbol of friendship between the two nations and freedom!
Have you thought about how you will provide community service? We have great opportunities and so much can be learned from serving your community: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/03/07/469500509/urban-farms-fuel-idealism-profits-not-so-much
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The One World Observatory now stands near the site of where the Twin Towers one stood tall. Now its the tallest building on the West Hemisphere. It provides an experience for its guests that is interactive and informational about New York City. Its a unique experience and gives you amazing views of Brooklyn bridge, Empire State building, Statue of liberty and most of Manhattan and New jerseys sky line. It has succeed in turning one of the most grim areas of New York city into place of celebration and joy.