Brigham Young University Communication students explore New York City for 6 weeks. Through their studies they expand their knowledge and experiences in the concrete jungle.
By: Rebecca Smith and Madison Harman
Over the last 6 weeks, I've developed a great love for the "city that never sleeps", and I highly recommend taking the time to come and visit! This last week, I went out and found some locals close to where I live and asked them for advice or tips on
New York City has something interesting on every corner... But nothing quite as sweet as this! Check it out!
(Video by Lindsey Jergensen and Gabriella Davis)
Almost every little kid dreams of growing up and becoming a superhero – a Superman with super strength and the ability to fly, a Batman cleaning the streets of crime, or even a Spiderman swinging around New York City. It has been proven that we love a good story about
In 1889, Van Gogh painted “Starry Night” while he was seeking treatment in Saint Rémy, a mental asylum in France. Starry Night is perhaps one of his most famous and elusive works. Unlike most of Van Gogh’s works, Starry Night was painted from memory and not outdoors, since he was