AYINDE J. STEVENS
Student Voice Editor
They say summer in New York City is like no other, but it certainly has changed since “Do the Right Thing” came out all those years ago.
Sure, tensions do flare at times and there still is the occasional “hot car” still slinking in the subway, but as summer has now come to a close and the last rays have been soaked up before the temperature begins to slide as the sun retreats from this part of the world, I wonder if this summer was actually worth repeating.
After all, it rained almost through most of June and then came the heat in July for the first half and then it plunged the second half to the unheard of temperature of 76 degrees and little humidity.
The humidity, which is what makes this city sizzle and pop during this time, made the city seem to be, well, civil.