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“Paint the White House Black”

“Paint the White House Black”

Analyzing the impact of Obama’s presidency

Transparency and Mutual Respect

Transparency and Mutual Respect

FBI Director James Comey sparked a controversy recently when he suggested that law enforcement officials might be less aggressive in pursuing criminals because they fear…

What Kind of a President Does the Country Need?

What Kind of a President Does the Country Need?

As the 2016 election season heats up, we asked New Yorkers who they wanted to see as the next commander-in-chief.…

Struggle of the Palestinians Offers New Perspective

Struggle of the Palestinians Offers New Perspective

A summer visit offers one Bronxite a first-hand view of the extent of suffering in this Middle Eastern region.…

Op Ed: Garner Protests a Win for History

Op Ed: Garner Protests a Win for History

You would think as impatient and impulsive as New York is, it would be impossible for the city to remain cool, calm, and collected. …

Stereotypes in the Bronx

Stereotypes in the Bronx

Nellya Blinova, a senior student at Lehman College, interviews fellow students about stereotype.…

Stereotypes in the Bronx (Part 2)

Stereotypes in the Bronx (Part 2)

Nellya Blynova, a Lehman College student from Russia, is interviewing young immigrants living in the Bronx about the stereotypes…

Bronx Bridges Showing Their Age

Bronx Bridges Showing Their Age

Traffic is tedious, yet inevitable as New York City works to update its aging infrastructure.…

Carrying the Cuban Family Torch

Carrying the Cuban Family Torch

In the 1950s, back in our hometown, La Salud — part of Cuba's La Habana province — Beny…

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