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Sometimes real life creeps into the classroom. Just like the rest of school districts throughout New York state, students taking Regents exams this month in the Bronx and the rest of the city are feeling the impact of the pandemic and the trauma from a mass shooting in Buffalo. more
To the editor: (re: “It’s North Bronx groups vs. Dinowitz on BDS,” June 2) Something is wrong at The Riverdale Press. The front-page, above-the-fold story June 2 is begun by Stacy Driks describing the support of some CUNY students and faculty for the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. more
To the editor: (re: “Sorry, this is not antisemitism,” June 9) I am writing in support of Councilman Eric Dinowitz and Councilwoman Inna Vernikov’s call for a hearing to investigate antisemitism in CUNY campuses, and to object to Wayne Price’s falsehoods about boycott, divestment and sanctions, and Israel. more
At the corner of West 234th Street and Bailey Avenue, running along the Major Deegan Expressway for about four blocks, sits Bailey Playground. more
To the editor: On May 24, 19 children and two teachers were murdered by a 18-year-old gunman in the deadliest U.S school shooting in a decade. The tragedy took place on a Tuesday morning at Robb Elementary School in the town of Uvalde, Texas, and it happened just over a week after the racially motivated shooting in Buffalo, which left 10 people dead. more
A pro-Palestinian movement similar to the 1980s campaign to end Apartheid in South Africa has reached a breaking point on CUNY campuses. more
To the editor: (re: “Protesters to city: We’re getting overlooked,” May 26) Funny that headline, that story. I was under the impression that one of the many jobs of a representative — such as that of our city councilman, pictured on the front page of this paper — was working to represent constituents in their home districts. more
Latoya Stewart looked outside her window on Webster Avenue on Thursday afternoon and saw a mobile car wash stationed across the street. Without thinking twice, she left to confront the owners of the vehicle, who were ready for business. more
Renters across the city have been dealing with uncertainty since the height of the pandemic. more
Greater Riverdale’s elected city officials agree New York City mayor Eric Adams’ nearly $100 billion fiscal 2023 executive budget proposal addresses the area’s and city’s greatest needs: affordable child care and improved schools, homelessness, subway safety and park upgrades. more
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