November 7, 2023
The Endless Battle: A Reflective Look at The New York Times’ 2015 Advocacy for Gun Reform
Explore the influence of advocacy journalism through the lens of The New York Times' 2015 editorial series on gun control, a forceful endeavor to tackle the ongoing epidemic of mass shootings in America.
October 1, 2023
Shadow Hangs Over Brooklyn Nightclub After Fatal Incidents
Avant Gardner, the music venue home to the popular Brooklyn Mirage, is under scrutiny after a spate of violence.
February 19, 2023
NYC Starts $75 million Loan Fund for Small Businesses
The fund is designed for businesses rebuilding after the pandemic and new and growing businesses with a focus on those in low- and moderate-income communities.
May 8, 2022
Deadly Chaos in New York’s Shelter System
One of New York’s main solutions to its homeless crisis is extremely deadly. Violence in the shelters is motivating some of New York’s homeless population to stay away.
April 26, 2022
Cherry Blossom Trees Return to New York City
New York City cherry blossoms are now in bloom. The trees will be briefly available to see for admirers until […]