A new pipeline is set to carry fracked gas under Brownsville, Bed-Stuy, Bushwick, Williamsburg, and Greenpoint, ending at a National Grid Depot on Newton Creek. Opponents are calling to end the construction immediately, concerned for the safety of their communities and the nearly 200 million price tag for ratepayers. Izzy McMahon and Jack Peterson caught […]
Dr. Mica Estrada answers questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting society on a psychological level. She focuses on how social behaviors are changing while describing how norms relating to relationships before the pandemic contrast with how people are currently behaving in the midst of it. Estrada highlights the effect of social changes on […]
COVID-19 has severely limited easy access to exercise, but New York City residents have utilized space at the East River Park. These photos were taken on September 23rd, 2020. Many park-goers were seen adhering to the mask mandate and using time outside during the warmer months to get exercise. The strict guidelines implemented, following the […]
Community Fridges have been installed in the sidewalks of some neighborhoods around New York City as a revolutionary idea to address issues like food insecurity. There’s a simple rule: Take what you need, leave what you can.
In response to the disproportionate effects of the coronavirus on Filipinx and Filipinx-American nurses across America, Margaret Guzman traces the history of Filipinx nursing migration in the context of two health crises: the COVID-19 pandemic and the AIDS epidemic.
Margaret Guzman and Lauren Gruber documents the 2020 Bank of America’s Winter Village at Bryant Park.
Heather Law on how businesses in New York City have been preparing for the 2020 election and the outcome of Joe Biden’s win.
Joe Biden wins the presidential election, Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
In the days leading up to the announcement of the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, feelings of anxiety and uncertainty hang in the air. Izzy McMahon caught up with some New Yorkers in Washington Square Park to hear how they’re feeling in this charged moment.
Black Lives Matter protests have been scattered across Manhattan, months following the killing of George Floyd. New York City citizens have taken the streets demanding police reform and social justice. “Say her name” could be heard across avenues to express another unjust murder caused by police violence. The case of Breonna Taylor was updated shortly […]