Washington Square News

Exposure | First Frozen Memories

By Diamond Naga Siu, Editor-in-Chief

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Tapping my phone vigorously on Wednesday evening, I thought the impossible happened — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio rocked my world with his announcement of a public school snow day. I was elated. But after leapfrogging through the graying to blackened slush and ice, remembering why I originally felt such euphoria from a 140-character message became increasingly difficult. So reminiscing back to the transient winter wonderland, I was thankful that on my first snow day, my numb fingers found the camera shutter and tried capturing the quiet moments in this loud city: frozen dog walks, solitary playground visitors and most striking of all, the city structures powdered with nature. I hope these memories stick longer than my first snowball did.

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Diamond Naga Siu, News Editor
Diamond Naga Siu is the News Editor for the Washington Square News and is a sophomore studying Journalism and Educational Human Rights in Gallatin. When she isn’t telling bad puns or eating everything in sight, you can find her volunteering with children, meandering the streets or talking too much. Diamond Naga jumped coasts from Los...
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