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Hillary O’Neil rings in the New York Stock Exchange on 9/11

Hillary O’Neil rings in the New York Stock Exchange on 9/11

Claire Dinshaw, Red Staff News Editor

September 15, 2015

Hillary O’Neil ’19, who was born 14 years ago on 9/11, rang in the opening of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, Sept. 11, at around 9:30 a.m. O’Neil, along seven other children born on 9/11, appeared at the exchange as a representative for the 9/11 Day organization. Her presence ser...

Measles spreads to New York

Measles spreads to New York

Claudia Chen, Features editor

February 4, 2015

On Jan. 25, a Bard College student with measles travelled on a New York train, possibly exposing other passengers to the virus. New York is now the 14th state involved in a current nationwide measles outbreak. News outlets reported that the student boarded the Amtrak train at Penn Station and got...

Millions March protestors chant for justice in New York

Millions March protestors chant for justice in New York

Amina Abdul-Kareem, Features Editor

December 16, 2014

Thousands of people gathered in New York City this Saturday, December 13th and marched from Washington Square to the New York Police Department to protest against police brutality.

Ebola reaches New York

Ebola reaches New York

Andrew Vester, Staff Writer

October 25, 2014

A resident of New York City was diagnosed with Ebola on Thursday, Oct. 23 following his return from West Africa, where he was helping to treat Ebola patients. According to CNN, Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, returned from Guinea on Oct. 17, but did not show any symptoms of the virus until Oct. 23.  He is...

The one with the pop-up coffee shop

The one with the pop-up coffee shop

Jane Schutte, Web Features Editor

October 6, 2014

The compressible orange couch; the classic, green arm-chair; the untrackable cups of coffee; and even our fuzzy, white haired friend Gunther all appeared to be an ideal life for twenty-year-olds in the city, locked within the perimeters of our boxy, prehistoric televisions in 1994. Only two decades later...

Staples vogues its way into New York’s Fashion Week

Staples vogues its way into New York’s Fashion Week

Jane Schutte, Web Features Editor

September 17, 2014

“One word: deprivation. Deprivation of sleep, deprivation of food, deprivation of time,” Liv Kelly ’14 said. The blinding headlights of the runway stage masquerades the backstage drama of designers scrambling to add a last minute bead, make-up designers testing the perfect combination of eye...

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