DNAinfo.com New York Launches "Back to School Guides" for College Students and Parents

NYC's leading neighborhood news source offers tips on cheap eats, late night hangouts and cool new apps

Aug 13, 2013, 08:26 ET from DNAinfo.com New York

NEW YORK, Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Incoming students at New York University and Columbia University, and parents of young New Yorkers, can turn to the city's neighborhood news source, DNAinfo.com New York for tips on navigating their new surroundings.  

DNAinfo.com New York's "Back to School Guides" – available online and in print – include stories about where to eat for less than $7, cheap ways to fix an iPhone, "make the campus your gym" workouts and late-night hangouts for the under-21 crowd.

New York City parents can access DNAinfo.com's "Back to School Guide for Parents" for information on the latest education apps, best after school programs, and strategies for finding and sharing a nanny.

"Our neighborhood reporting team has uncovered information all New York students will want to read, whether they are living in the East Village or Harlem," said Michael P. Ventura, managing editor, DNAinfo.com New York.  "NYC parents will also find details on a range of important issues in all five boroughs as they prepare their kids to go back to school." 

The guides are available from the homepage of DNAinfo.com/New York, and by following these links:

About DNAinfo.com New York
DNAinfo.com New York (www.DNAinfo.com/New-York) is New York City's leading neighborhood news source. We deliver up-to-the-minute reports on entertainment, education, politics, crime, sports, and dining. Our award-winning journalists find the stories – big or small – that matter most to New Yorkers. The inspiration, funding, and strategic vision for DNAinfo.com come from entrepreneur and Ameritrade (AMTD) founder Joe Ricketts.

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