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Alixandria James was in the middle of a class when her phone rang. It was Brother Daniel Gardner, head of Manhattan College’s graduate school and fellowship advisement program. more
Northwestern Bronx business matters when entrepreneurs and college students come together more
Rebecca Kranich needed to rub the sleep out of her eyes. Or this was an elaborate piece of spam. Yet, there it was, listed among the other subject lines in her email inbox, asking if she would like to have a “conversation with the pope?” more
A number of Bronx synagogues had gathered outside the Russian Mission residential compound on Mosholu Avenue, chanting as loud as they could, hoping anyone on the other side of the heavily fortified fencing might hear them. more
Just a week after a racial slur was found carved into a children’s slide at Spuyten Duyvil Playground, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz says more hate-based graffiti has been found in nearby Seton Park, this time at the Bruce Silverman Athletic Fields. more
His story begins in 1946. A young man from Yonkers, Joseph Nearon was one of just a few Black men to enroll at Manhattan College — an opportunity he received thanks to an intercultural concert that raised funds for Black high school students like him to attend college. more
When people typically think of businesses on Riverdale Avenue, venues come to mind like restaurants, delis and the occasional medical office. But a music studio? Which doubles as an event space? more
When one has taught at a college as long as Ruth Wangerin, they might start to see things change — but not always for the better. With more than 20 years as an anthropology professor — 10 of them at Lehman College — Wangerin feels the school, along with the rest of the City University of New York, could use some serious improvement. more
For Manuel Casanova, the attack on the U.S. Capitol last year by a mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump showed how divided the country truly is. In fact, it served as a call to action for him to run for office himself. more
Primary day has stuck with Eric Dinowitz. Not only was the most recent one last year when he secured his city council seat for the next two years, but also because he also discovered a troubling trend. more
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