By STACY DRIKS firstname.lastname@example.org The Regents exams did not seem to go as planned three years ago, as it was canceled for the first time in over a century because of …
By Stacy Driks | 7/23/23
There are a number of trees scattered around Kingsbridge and Spuyten Duyvil — exactly 3,184 of them, according to the city parks department. But one in particular is special than most.
By Stacy Driks | 7/16/23
It was to no one’s surprise that the School Construction Authority wanted to build a school across the street from Van Cortlandt Park, the former site of the Church of the Visitation, but the Community Board 8 was a bit shocked by the details of the new school when they received them Tuesday.
By Stacy Driks | 7/9/23
Custom building a gaming personal computer seems like a hobby for the rich. Solving the age-old problem of not knowing which PC to purchase is even worse.
By Stacy Driks | 7/7/23
Jewish educators and students can now continue to comfortably celebrate one of the most important holidays in their religion from the comfort of their homes.
By Stacy Driks | 7/6/23
It was a night like no other at the Museum of American Natural History where Bronx High School of Science students dressed their best in stylish gowns and suits. Alumni were no different while together walking down the steps to the hall of ocean life, dining under the Blue Whale.
By Stacy Driks | 6/18/23
Dr. Samuel Taller, a Riverdale dentist, served as a ‘principal for a day’ at Marie Curie High School on May 9.
Two back-to-back protests are indicative of the growing tensions at the site of a proposed charter middle school.
By Stacy Driks | 5/21/23
In what was meant as a Black history lesson on Ruby Bridges for both kindergarten students of color and their white classmates at P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil turned into a teachable moment for the teacher who has worked at the school for more than two decades.
By Gary Larkin | 5/14/23
International Leadership Charter School has faced a backlash from the community along with vandalism of the construction of its new middle school. But now, the administration is slapping back, just days before another rally against them was scheduled.
By Stacy Driks | 5/14/23