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Getting Seriously Silly with Red Nose Day

Getting Seriously Silly with Red Nose Day

Millions across the globe, including celebrities, donned red clown noses on May 26 in an effort to help children in need.

Ant and Sam

Ant and Sam

Anthony Ureña, a Lehman College student, was found dead in Hudson River at the age of 23 on Christmas Day, 2015. To this day, the authorities don’t know exactly how he died.

Verizon Strike Ends

Verizon Strike Ends

After almost seven weeks of patient, prolific protest, workers got what they wanted: an employee-friendly contract from the Verizon Wireless Company.

The Battle Over Bathrooms

The Battle Over Bathrooms

On May 13 the Obama administration directed public schools across the nation to give transgender students access to bathrooms matching their gender identities.

Life in NYCHA Housing: Pros vs. Cons

Life in NYCHA Housing: Pros vs. Cons

Day-to-day life is not quite as dramatic as stories in the media might suggest and the rent is stunningly low.

Bronx Day in Albany

Bronx Day in Albany

Bronx residents and business owners networked with legislators in the capital.

Verizon Workers Strike for Better Pay and Benefits

Verizon Workers Strike for Better Pay and Benefits

CWA members are striking against the company because, despite Verizon’s growth in profit to over $39 billion over the past three years, employees have yet to get a taste of the profits.

Marching for Rape Victims on Denim Day

Marching for Rape Victims on Denim Day

Students in the South Bronx celebrate Denim Day, an event designed to educate people about sexual assault.

A Bronx Cheer for Cruz Campaign Stop

A Bronx Cheer for Cruz Campaign Stop

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz did not attract much of a crowd at a local restaurant.