Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Before spring break, Horace Mann student Irena Hsu knew only two words in French: “bonjour” and “au revoir.” But after a few days on a trip to Paris with classmates from … more
During a stop at the Riverdale Neighborhood House (RNH) on Monday afternoon, Mayor Bill de Blasio said he asked a student to describe what she and her preschool class were … more
Malka Garber toured Jerusalem in exactly one hour, nineteen minutes and three seconds. The 19-year-old SAR High School graduate was one of over 25,000 people who took part in this year’s … more
It was a roller coaster of events: a basketball coach led his team to its first NCAA tournament in a decade, only to see the players’ dreams crushed by the opposing team. After the loss, he … more
When Catholic Relief Services (CRS) worker Thomas Awiapo traveled to the United States from his hometown of Tamale, Ghana in February for a speaking tour, he landed in a wintery Green Bay, … more
InBloom is out. Last week, the New York State Education Department (NYSED) announced its decision to part ways with the controversial data storage company, after legislation in the New York State … more
Manhattan College has decided to reinstate Steve Masiello as its head basketball coach, apparently bringing a conclusion to a weeks-long saga in which a mistruth on his resume plummeted him from the … more
A week ago, Ethical Culture Fieldston School student David Fishman was visiting colleges along the east coast with other prospective students.  But one week before that, he was hiking the … more
Independence Avenue resident Danny Chameides returned from work two weeks ago and parked his car on West 236th Street, near Riverdale Playground and two schools, the Spuyten Duyvil School (P.S. 24) … more
The Jaspers' magical season ended Thursday night — but not without a fight. Playing its first NCAA tournament game in a decade, 12th-seeded Manhattan lost to No. 4 seed Louisville, 71-64, in … more
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