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Take Part in Our Community

We exist to bring personal and communal meaning to life. We exist to heal, to comfort, to ease the challenge of life, and to challenge the ease of life. Stephen Wise Free Synagogue is a really amazing place for families. We often have grandparents, parents, and children all together to celebrate being Jewish in a… Read More »

Mayor Bill de Blasio Administration Appointment Mitchell Silver as Park Commissioner

Okay. Is Mark here? Mark Levine? I’m looking – ah, there we go. So, I think we can safely say that spring is here. This day truly feels like spring, don’t you agree [inaudible]? [inaudible] it’s finally here. You know, they say in spring it doesn’t snow, which is something that makes me very enthusiastic… Read More »

“Holocaust By Bullets”

♪♪ ♪♪>>>TONIGHT MARKS THE HOLIEST DAY ON THE JEWISH CALENDAR, YOM KIPPUR. A DAY OF FASTING. WE BRING YOU A STORY ABOUT JEWISH HISTORY. ONE THAT LARGELY WOULD HAVE BEEN LOST TO HISTORY HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR THE WORK OF ONE CATHOLIC PRIEST. FATHER PATRICK DUBOIS SPENT OVER A DECADE INVESTIGATING WHAT’S BEEN CALLED… Read More »

Mass Democracy and the New Populist Challenge

– I’m Dr. Laura Cohen, the KHC’s Executive Director. The Kupferberg Holocaust Center is situated on the traditional land of the Mantinecock people who continue to live here today. We offer gratitude and respect to all the Indigenous people of Turtle Island, past, present, and future, including the Lenape and Shinnecock peoples. What I just… Read More »

Women’s Volleyball: Queensborough vs. Suffolk County CC (09/27/2019)

(crowd clapping and cheering) (crowd shouting) (crowd chattering) – [Crowd] Tigers! (crowd cheering) (announcer mumbling) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (crowd cheering) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (crowd cheering) (announcer mumbling) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (crowd cheering) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (crowd cheering) (announcer mumbling) (whistle blows) (whistle blows) (crowd cheering) (announcer mumbling) (whistle blows)… Read More »

Mike’s Manhattan College Story

>>Eric: Hey. Yeah, I’m back [laughs]. Oh, it was great, man. Italy is the greatest study abroad trip yet. Argentina? It’s a close second, but Italy definitely takes the cake. But your internship made California sound awesome. Uhh, good question. Probably… Professor Wanger’s class, Aspects of Italian Culture. Yeah, man. You know, I didn’t realize… Read More »

Amanda’s Manhattan College Story: Will it float?

>>Amanda [inner dialog] Great job Amanda keep up the good work.>>How is it going?>>Amanda: Not so great.>>Complicated problems usually have simple solutions. Good luck.>>Amanda: Oops, better run. RA duty calls, but first coffee. Gotta be that baristas best customer by now.>>Amanda: Okay. Meeting at four today.>>Hey, meeting at four, four o’clock?>>Yeah. Oh, hey. Jill, Haley.… Read More »

Start Your Manhattan College Story

>>Amanda: Does anybody know how to make concrete float? Anybody? No?>>James: I don’t know much about concrete, but I do know isn’t supposed to float. In fact, I’m pretty sure it sinks.>>Eric: James helpful as always What time does Mike get home?>>Sarah: I don’t know, we should probably text him. He better have some really… Read More »

Service to New York’s Immigrant Communities

It’s not just a legal story. It’s a human story. It’s a beautiful country. It is. For gay people, For the LGBT communities – not that beautiful. I was tortured, Tortured by the police. I had no choice; I had to leave. Immigration, detention centers, the whole police officers and I was just scared. The… Read More »