Familiar New York Times Crossword Puzzle Clue
October 29, 2020
At a time when so much has changed in our lives, one routine remains the same: having fun solving clues in The New York Times (NYT) crossword puzzle. On October 21, there was a clue that was easier for Baruch College community members to solve: 15A “College in Manhattan.”
The NYT crossword puzzle is a simple design, a 15 by 15 grid that gets progressively more difficult throughout the week. It is an iconic mind exercise that is preeminent among puzzlers around the world. The NYT was the first major U.S. paper to run a crossword puzzle, beginning in 1942, nearly 25 years after Baruch’s founding in 1919. Both the puzzle and Baruch are threaded throughout the city’s fabric, influencing culture and sending minds soaring. They contribute to the vitality of New York and are essential to the lives of many New Yorkers.
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