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Gunnar Studenhofft is so fast it’s like watching an accelerated replay in motion. Seeing it live is a sight to behold on the soccer field. more
Connor Mahony from greater Riverdale, with a 4.0 GPA, was one of more than 6,400 students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to make the dean’s list for the spring semester. more
Greater Riverdale’s Jesenya Olivas, a senior cybersecurity major specializing in information and systems security, graduated from Le Moyne College and made its dean’s list as well. She held a grade point average of 3.5 or above. more
A Lehman College professor has devised a method to generate truly random numbers. Many lay people may think why is that so important. Consider the use of lasers in our every day life. They are based on the use of random numbers. more
Just before Tom Konchalski had passed away in February 2021 at 74, Barry “Slice” Rohrssen ensured he was there for his confidant of over 45 years. His heart ached and emotions swarmed, but he also felt something deeper tugging away. He wanted a permanent reminder of Konchalski. More specifically, he wanted a foundation named for his friend. more
For the entire offseason, the Manhattan College men’s soccer team has thought about their loss to Iona in the semifinals of the MAAC Tournament. On Aug. 24, the page flips to the 2023 season with a road matchup at Holy Cross. more
Does family history matter when it comes to education? Knowing the right people is a privilege, especially in some elite schools. And it takes a spot away from someone else, which can change the trajectory of their lives. more
A “no moped” sign that comforted some Riverdale residents who usually walk down a path was removed without explanation. Its removal was such a mystery that the city transportation department did not even know about. more
It has been a whirlwind of a couple months for Irma Garcia. Now that the dust has finally settled, it is time to go to work at Manhattan College as the school’s interim athletics director. more
It started with a Texas rodeo that has continued in and out of the Mile High City of Colorado. The next stop is Seattle for Brendan Krebs’ budding Premier Lacrosse League career. That’s par for the course in a traveling league where there are no home teams. more
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