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Top Ten Most Favorite Works by Stella Chung

1. “Physics” by Tama Janowitz Tama Janowitz’s short story, “Physics,”  was published in the New Yorker on September 30, 1985. Of all the short stories we read, I could relate to this one the most. It was fun and quirky,… Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Heights by Stella Chung, Robert Godberson, Karishma Malhotra, and Masha Fomitchova

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Historical Fiction Paper – Stella Chung

Stella Chung IDC 1001H Professor Hoffman 14 December 2017 18th Birthday July 11, 1863 – 7:08 PM “Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to Niall! Happy birthday to you!” I looked around the room at all of my family members… Continue Reading →

“Empire State of Mind” By Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys

Released in 2009, the song, Empire State of Mind, embodies the life and ambition in New York City. It was written for Jay-Z, who brought along Alicia Keys to be featured in the chorus. As New York natives, both musicians… Continue Reading →

Kehinde Wiley by Stella Chung and Masha Fomitchova

Background Information Born on February 28, 1977, Kehinde Wiley was raised by his mother in Los Angeles, California. His father, who was studying in California to be an architect, went back to Nigeria before he was born. Wiley’s mother was… Continue Reading →

Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) by Stella Chung and Rebecca Debiase

Plot Overview Brighton Beach Memoirs is a comedy based off of the play by Neil Simon. The movie revolves around a Jewish family that lives in Brighton Beach Brooklyn, New York in 1937. It begins with the main character, Eugene… Continue Reading →

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Joseph Stella (1877-1946) by Sidonya Hakimi and Stella Chung

His Background Joseph Stella was born on June 13th, 1877 in Muro Lucano, Italy with the original name of Giuseppe Michele Stella. He grew up with four other brothers in southern Italy, near Naples. Stella was expected to follow in… Continue Reading →

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