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Johnny Mathis was looking for silver linings. The long-time Kennedy head basketball coach first touched on the health of key players Gregory Genross and Emmanuel Nkwocha, a pair of football players-turned-hoopsters for the Knights. more
There is now a new major available for Manhattan College students who are both civically and medically minded: public health. It will feature two tracks: community health and health care administration. more
As summer rolled around, Albany was busy debating and passing bills, while here at home, it became all about what kind of businesses we wanted to have where. more
Families interested in local Catholic elementary schools can visit the campuses, attend information sessions, and meet school officials as part of a regional “touring Tuesdays” offering. more
It was like getting into college all over again. Jamie DeMartino had just been accepted as a fellow with Math for America, an organization that brings together math and science teachers citywide to provide support and opportunities to learn from and with other teachers. more
Johnny Mathis just smiles as he sits in his customary seat on the Kennedy bench. His Knights had just dropped a 47-44 decision to Truman in their season opener, but Mathis still wears a grin, just happy to be around the game he loves. more
About 30,000 New York eighth graders and freshmen filed into test centers across the city last month, ready to take the quite important — and controversial — Specialized High School Admissions Test, more commonly known as the SHSAT. more
The Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls soccer team had two very important pieces of business to attend to last week. First, the Lady Tigers needed to knock off Clinton in their regular-season finale to wrap up the Bronx B North Division title. Second, once the Public School Athletic League playoffs commenced, they needed to find a way to post a victory in their postseason opener and advance past the first round for the first time in several seasons. more
It was several hours before the Kennedy Knights were scheduled to host Susan Wagner in a key Public School Athletic League football game last Saturday when Kennedy head coach Alex Vega heard his phone buzz. It was a message from his junior running back, Emmanuel Nkwocha. more
Yonkers native Summer O' Sullivan led the Loyola School Lady Knights to victory over host Portledge to win the championship of the Portledge Panther Invitational. Sullivan, a St. Margaret of Cortona … more
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