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8 dead, 11 injured in New York City terrorist attack

November 8, 2017

By Maya Valentine Staff Writer Last week, eight people died and 11 were injured in what is considered to be the deadliest terror attack in New York City since 9/11. Sayfullo Saipov, 29, rented a Home Depot truck on Tuesday, Oct....

Editorial: MBTA’s late-night is derailing

March 3, 2016

In an attempt to manage their massive debt, the MBTA has unanimously voted on Monday to conclude its late-night pilot program, which has affected the subway and bus line services since 2014, extending their hours of operations...

‘RENT’ satisfies, but doesn’t wow

February 17, 2016

By Jennifer Ives Staff Writer “RENT”, a play with rich roots in the LGBTQ community, has returned to Boston for a few weeks, and while it will satisfy any longtime fans, it fails to wow or command its audience. “RENT” follows a group ...

Missing students prompt federal investigation

September 24, 2014

State Department tight lipped By Lindsey Stokes Staff Writer NEW YORK CITY—Federal and local officials continue to search for two African students who disappeared during a Broadway show during the final days of a summer leade...

Discovering a new New York City

October 1, 2013

By Kevyn Lee Contributing Writer North Brother Island: North Brother is an island located in the East River right next to the Bronx. From 1885 to the 1960s, the island was used as a hospital and a drug rehabilitation center....

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