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Staff Spring 2010

Staff Spring 2010

The Bronx Ink is based at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and provides ongoing coverage of many neighborhoods in the city’s greenest borough, including stories about politics, crime, the economy, education and culture. Get in touch with all our staff by emailing Eno Alfred is from London and is a 2009 graduate […]

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Moshe Piller: How a New York Landlord Works the System

After 18 months of rehabilitation for a broken hip, all that Eta Eckstein wanted was to go back home to her Brooklyn apartment. The 92-year-old Holocaust survivor had lived at 8750 Bay Parkway for 40 years, but when her son visited her apartment while she was still at the Shore View Rehabilitation Center, he found a red eviction notice on the door.

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Weeks before graduation, students lose a classmate

Students at St. Raymond High School for Boys mourned a classmate who was fatally shot.

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Riverdale Deli Serves Up Seder

On a rainy Monday, Liebman’s Delicatessen bustles as last-minute shoppers stock up on briskets and kugel for Passover.

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Students Fight Proposed Campus Relocation

Students fight to keep their school on the Bronx Community College’s Campus.

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