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Aug 19, 2014
11:36 AM
In a New York state of math

For Joe Ossoff, spending the summer in the N-Y-C was as easy as 1-2-3

When school gets out for summer break, most kids run fast and away, dreading the return to mind-numbing science and math classes. They go to the beach, seek gainful employment or spend time with their friends. You also probably wouldn’t be surprised to learn that they spend their time binge watching Netflix. But, you might be surprised to learn that some students actually stay in school. No, we don’t mean “I failed freshman biology” staying in school – we mean genuine “I greatly enjoy learning and want to further myself in my spare time” staying in school. Strange, right? Meet Joe…

Aug 19, 2014
3:08 PM
NHTI’s latest

We like to think of Johann Busch as the local master of reflections

Johann (Hanz) Busch is the latest artist to fill the walls of the NHTI library, displaying a mixture of his digital art and photography. Busch’s work is something that needs to be seen firsthand to truly appreciate, and you’re in luck because the exhibit will be up through Aug. 29.

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