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NYU Alumni Magazine: The Icon That Almost Wasn't

May 17, 2010

Spring is sprung and it’s the perfect time to head to the High Line. Before you go, check out how the iconic park was saved from destruction in the Spring 2010 issue of NYU Alumni Magazine. Also read about Iraq’s “devil worshippers,” former Met chief Philippe de Montebello’s new gig, and all the latest university news.

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NYU Alumni Magazine: The Icon That Almost Wasn't

Read how New York's newest iconic park was saved from destruction.

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