Tourists hoping to get an aerial view of NYC’s skyline can take a helicopter tour, which were barred on Sundays. It’s a compromise between residents and tour operators. In his original piece for Uptown Radio Adrian Ma, ’16 M.S., explains no one is buzzing with enthusiasm.
Superstorm Sandy was years ago but New York City is still dealing with the storm’s aftermath. Repairs to the L train connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan will leave riders with few options. Stephan Bisaha, ’16 M.S., spoke with Brooklynites about their challenges.
Immediate gratification is now possible for baseball card collectors thanks to the Topps Company. As Elizabeth Brockway, ’16 M.S. reports, it’s given an update to the old-school classics for this year's season.
During the 1980s, New York City’s garment district employed around 30,000 workers. Today that number is closer to 5,000. As Melissa Caceres, '18 M.S., reports the region known by many as the creative hub of the fashion industry is facing a new hurdle – rezoning.
Two students from a Harlem public middle school attempt to succeed in the privileged world of debate. A film by Doc ‘17 students Sushana Dubreil and Genesis Tuyuc. Harlem Legacy.
Reuniting with their children is one of the most underappreciated challenges facing formerly incarcerated mothers. This is the story of one woman who will do anything to prove that she is worthy of a second chance. A film by Doc ‘17 students Tala Hadavi and Yeong-Ung Yang. Love, Mommy
Finding common ground in a Brooklyn kitchen, a group of political asylees work towards a future in the restaurant business. A film by Doc ‘17 students Thea Piltzecker and Liz Scherffius. A Table For All
Data and investigative students from the ’17 M.S. class worked with Univision on an investigation of the Trump Organization’s international business. Their findings: 15 of 27 international Trump-branded real-estate projects include developers or investors who have faced criminal allegations, including corruption, fraud, and drug trafficking.
Four students from the ’16 M.S. Stabile class reported on how wealthy politicians and businessmen suspected of corruption in their native lands are fleeing to the U.S., a safe haven where their wealth and influence shield them from arrest. Their report was published by The Miami Herald and ProPublica.
In a collaboration with The New Yorker, students in Prof. Sarah Stillman’s class showed how hundreds of thousands of immigrants are being deported even if they face violence and murder. As a result of these deportations, immigrants have fallen victim to kidnapping, extortion and sexual assault.