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Seven-year-olds can’t vote for the president of the United States. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have an opinion about it. more
Riverdale Children’s Theatre is proving once again it can take a popular Broadway show not commonly done by kids, and have it done by kids. more
Usually, Goya Foods creates products that bring families together at the dinner table. But the New Jersey-based company is bringing people together for the arts as well, spending $75,000 to help make Lehman College’s Latino concert series a reality. more
When it comes to debate, participants must research, construct their arguments on the spot, and then present those cases publicly — all while on the clock. more
As soon as the assembly finished, sophomore journalists Noam Goldberg-Kellman and Charlie Samuels weaved their way toward the man who today’s center of attention. more
Before she took over America’s Thursdays as Olivia Pope in ABC’s “Scandal,” Kerry Washington played the role of the resident 7–year-old in her mother’s elementary education lecture course at Lehman College. more
The first thing they noticed visiting the homes around Gettysburg were the bullet holes. It’s one of the few clearly visible remnants remaining of a war that almost broke our country into two. And it gave a traveling group of students from IN-Tech Academy a chance to see the American Civil War up close and personal. more
When it comes to breakfast, city public schools are having a little difficulty getting kids on board. Although breakfast in New York City is free, there are still many factors that play a role in this breakfast contempt — primarily tardiness and, of course, taste buds. more
Sometimes it’s bunnies, and sometimes it’s leprechauns and four leaf clovers. As the seasons change, so does the nearly 8-foot mural outside Amalgamated Nursery School. And with each passing month Lucy Degidon breathes new art at the school — something she’s been doing for the past five years. more
Typically, the best venue a child’s artwork will get is hanging on the face of a refrigerator door. The students of P.S. 86-Kingsbridge Heights School have changed the game, however, moving their works straight past kitchen appliances to the walls of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. more
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