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NYC Showcase

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Yesterday was so much fun! It was the Humanities Showcase for our New York documentaries that we made from our New York trip back in the fall. Each NYC group created a main documentary with a professional interview, a history documentary, and a lower Manhattan documentary, and a midtown documentary. For both the lower and midtown projects we were given… Read more »

Day 5- Glad to be Home?

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As I suspected at the beginning of the week, this morning was great. I woke up and for the first time I did not feel sick, of course it was the day we were leaving. I am not entirely sure why, but we had set the alarm to a quarter to 6. It must have been to give us plenty… Read more »

Day 4- Interview Day

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After not being able to actually see anything at our last attempt to go to the Today Show, we decided that we wanted to try again. Although, we were a little nervous because it was a big day for us and we weren’t sure it would be worth going as we didn’t see any celebrities listed for who would appear… Read more »

Day 3- Running Around

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The second morning in New York was a lot better, but still not great. I woke up in the morning with the same feeling in my stomach. Though, it was a lot better because I was not adding another layer by worrying if I was actually sick, I knew that I wasn’t and that by the afternoon I would be… Read more »

Day 2- Feeling Wickedly Sick

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Ah, what an exciting morning. I woke up a few times in the middle of the night and felt a little sick, but was able to convince myself that it was nothing and went back to sleep. However, in the morning I was really not feeling well and after not feeling terrific each morning all of the previous week, feeling… Read more »

Day 1-Settling In

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For those of you that don’t know, the magnet program that I’m in goes to New York for a week when we reach 8th grade. It’s not all fun and games, though. ┬áThere are usually around 8 groups of 8, though this year we were a little smaller with only 7 groups and two of which only had 7 people…. Read more »