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The Kaplan Educational Foundation celebrates the latest college acceptances from its 16th cohort of scholars in its Kaplan Leadership Program. more
While protesters staged outside of U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres’ Fordham office Tuesday afternoon accusing him of supporting “Israel’s genocide,” a much larger group of rallygoers, made up of the SAR community and local electeds gathered at Seton Park to say they disagreed. more
More than 200 members of the Bronx Anti-War Coalition protested outside of U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres’ Fordham office on Tuesday, accusing him of funding “Israel’s genocide.” more
Manhattan College has a new kid on the block who can knock down threes and can freestyle with some dunking, too. The Jaspers have set in motion the latest chapter in the career of Xinyi Li, one of only five  active NCAA Division I men’s basketball players born in China. more
A plan to build a new two-story school building for autistic children with parking in the cellar has been unanimously voted down by Community Board 8. The building would have sat at 680 West 232 St. at the corner of Independence Avenue. more
A girl stands outside a decorated window on Johnson Avenue Sunday during the 66th annual Kiwanis Club of Riverdale Halloween Window contest. more
Command Sgt. Maj. Vera of the Bronx moves on to a new position with the New York Guard Headquarters, based at Camp Smith as the operations sergeant major. more
If it’s Halloween, then it’s time for Manhattan College students to provide a safe and happy event on the Riverdale college’s campus. more
Three students from greater Riverdale were marked with outstanding academic achievements from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, as first and second honors. more
Green houses and arthropods played a significant role in three Wave Hill intern teens’ lives this past year. more
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