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Sam Jurcic of greater Riverdale graduated this spring from Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in management information systems. more
To the editor: (re: “Dinowitz must resign caucus,” June 16) I wholeheartedly agree with the suggested outcome of the letter from these fine upstanding political advisors: Eric Dinowitz should resign. But from the city council. more
The Riverdale man once known for donating and repairing bicycles literally on Manhattan College Parkway has been recognized for his community work by Art for AID, a group that meets at the Riverdale Y Sunday market. more
During the pandemic, customers happily depended even more on take-out deliveries leading to a sharp increase in delivery drivers. As lockdowns ended, more pedestrians returned to pathways only to find bicyclists, scooters and other motorized vehicles there. more
Manhattan College Parkway resident Kevin Mullins offers bike repairs pro bono. While he has regular customers, his “business” can also be worrisome to some because it’s literally in a parking space in front of his girlfriend’s home. more
Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director for Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, delivered congratulatory remarks and received honorary degrees at Manhattan College’s 2022 commencement exercises Wednesday. more
At least 50 residents in the Manhattan College vicinity will have to resort to finding another place to park come Aug. 1 because spaces in the Broadway garage are going to students and faculty. more
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
As the weather becomes nicer — parties become nosier, but why is there a lack of enforcement? That’s what residents near Manhattan College’s campus want to know. more
Unlike some of her peers in recent years, Sydney Waitt will get to graduate from Manhattan College at an in-person ceremony. But she won’t walk in the school’s Draddy Gymnasium. Instead, she’ll get her degree in New Jersey. more
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