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State Sen. Robert Jackson, at far left, speaks with teens from the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Youth Leadership Council Jan. 25 in his Albany office to discuss increasing funding for after-school programs. The trip was organized by New York State Network for Youth Success. more
At least 85 percent of Americans in 2022 believe in at least one antisemitic phrase, according to surveys conducted by the Anti-Defamation League. That is a significant rise from 61 percent who were surveyed in 2019. more
What’s a deadly disease that has killed off a once-famous type of banana have to do with the winner of an annual race unity essay award? more
Lydia Dufour of greater Riverdale was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester at Slippery Rock University. She had a GPA of 3.5 or higher and earned at least 12 credits. more
Harry Potter is a well-known franchise developed by J.K. Rowling. Ever since the novels came out, fans everywhere had been demanding more content and merchandise from the series. Years passed, and the fans were starved of the story after it ended with the last novel, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” — until the establishment of the Harry Potter store. more
Three students in Greater Riverdale made The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s dean’s list — while one made its honor’s list. more
While when men were going to fight for the United States overseas in the 1940s, Manhattan College almost shut its doors because it was losing students to the military draft. Yet, last fall the college with roots in Manhattan celebrated its survival. more
An observatory that was used for more than 40 years in Garden City needed a new place to call home. Students at Nassau Community College once had it on their campus until they began renovations to modernize the campus in 2019. more
Bronx Community College received a $125,000 grant from Trinity Church Wall Street Philanthropies in support of the college’s Future Now program. more
A city school program that emerged during the pandemic with one site in Kingsbridge Heights that tackled learning loss for public school students is now expanding to 70 sites in 32 geographical school districts by March 2023. more
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