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The parking lot looked very much like a box of toy cars all blown up. more
The 1960s saw the faces of President John F. Kennedy and civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. It withstood the Cuban missile crisis, and won the moon race with Neil Armstrong as its champion. more
A $25 million gift isn’t the only thing new at Manhattan College’s O’Malley School of Business. Starting July 1, Don Gibson will take over as dean, allowing Janet Rovenpor to move back into her old role as an associate dean. more
They were clad in cyan blue T-shirts that read “Keep calm and chem on,” and they gathered in front of a Manhattan College’s academic building. more
Growing up, Sarah Alsaidi would introduce herself as Sarah, without any of the Arabic pronunciation her Yemeni parents originally accented it with. At home, it’s not “Sare-AH,” but instead “Sah-RU.” more
It looks to be especially bright in 2020 for Manhattan College when the school is set to open a new 30,000-square-foot engineering and science facility. more
A St. Gabriel School’s kindergarten class was enjoying a physical education period outside when two fire trucks quietly pulled into the school’s parking lot. more
Rabea Ali never dreamed a road trip to Connecticut would end in four bruised ribs, a knife through the hand, and a ticket to the hospital. more
Some people see with their eyes. Others? Through their fingertips. Lavelle School for the Blind students used fur, Velcro, empty prescription bottles, sand and strainers to create their works. more
Starting in July, Rabbi Asher Lopatin will no longer be a stone’s throw away in his office on Henry Hudson Parkway. At the end of spring semester, the president of the Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School will step down, moving his family to Detroit, where his wife Rachel is from. more
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