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“A New Normal”: NYC Preps for Phase One Reopening

On May 29, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York City will be entering Phase One of reopening on June 8 amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. New York residents who have remained quarantined since Governor Andrew Cuomo officially enacted the “New York State on PAUSE” executive order on March 22, may feel as if this […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Things to do in NYC: Fall Edition

It’s fall! As the leaves start to change color there are plenty of activities to do in New York City this fall. Kyaw Htet, a freshman planning to major in psychology said, “Usually my favorite thing to do in fall is to drink some hot coffee and enjoy the breeze.” The Dominique Ansel Bakery in […]

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This Week's Paper

Things to do in NYC: Spring break destinations

New York City has something for everyone. Even if you are blown away by the hustle and bustle of the city, there are still plenty of things for you to see and do. Adults and children alike will be enthralled by many of the landmarks that can be viewed by the public in any of […]

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Report estimates cost of free CUNY community colleges

The Independent Budget Office released a report estimating the cost of free community colleges at CUNY—$138 to $232 million per year. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams requested the report, and it is an idea President Barack Obama raised during the 2015 State of the Union address. “I want to spread that idea all across America, so that […]

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Editorials

Policing in New York City needs to change

Sophomore Yibin Mu uploaded a video on Oct. 25 showing an officer apparently placing him in a headlock, a disturbing image for anyone to see. Mu rode his skateboard at Columbus Circle in spite of signs barring it. An officer, once seeing Mu, immediately tackled him to the ground, according to Mu. In contrast, a […]

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