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Over two months since Hamas terrorists launched an attack on Israel, the scars are very much present for two Manhattan College basketball players who are experiencing the secondhand effects of war while living away from their homeland. Playing back certain parts of Oct. 7, such as the horror stories relayed back to them from family and friends who lived it, is hard enough. Even now, the stories that are spread through social media and text messages are seemingly impossible to escape. more
Manhattan College on Tuesday dedicated the building that houses Smith Auditorium and the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers to Stephen J. Squeri, the American Express chair and chief executive. The building will don the name Squeri Hall. more
Manhattan College’s Rokas Jocys rose up over Joshua Reaves of Mount St. Mary’s with his hopes clinging to every stage in the progression of his release. The rest of his thoughts may have gone blank as he watched the ball go through the net and then the rush of his teammates to celebrate him. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent’s women’s basketball team was active during Thanksgiving break by picking up a tournament victory in Brooklyn. more
Through its Bronx Rise Leadership initiative, the Oyate Group has helped out impoverished people throughout New York City, including greater Riverdale. This Thanksgiving they distributed more than 2,000 frozen turkeys to combat food insecurity. more
Fordham University student Paula Wasserman of greater Riverdale was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. more
The future of Manhattan College’s former Overlook Manor may be as an asylum seeker migrant housing facility based on a letter provided to The Riverdale Press and a building permit posted on the city buildings department website. more
Basketball is a sport that unites everyone, especially in the community of St. Margaret of Cortona. At the heart of this unity stands Pat Woods, a man who has witnessed its evolution with the recent merger of two Catholic schools — St. Margaret of Cortona and St. Gabriel. more
CUNY Chancellor Félix Matos Rodríguez met with school and elected officials at Lehman College on Monday to announce the launch of CUNY Cares, a three-year pilot program designed to make it easier for students to access resources and essential services. more
There are hoops diehards who live and breathe basketball this time of year. Then, there is the Bair family, who are not just lovers of the game but a built-in group of coaches and a Division I player from a quaint Pennsylvania town. more
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