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Manhattan College will depend on Aramark Corp., for its dining needs beginning this fall. The company maintains a large roster of clients employing more than 200,000 people and earning billions each year. But Aramark is probably more commonly known for its contracts providing similar services to prisons. more
Bartosz Gierczak graduated from Manhattan College in May, and for him it seems he graduated just in time. more
Opening public schools for the fall is something Mayor Bill de Blasio has been pushing quite heavily — even before he got the go-ahead from Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But accomplishing it is something that is going to take some serious planning — something people like council Speaker Corey Johnson doesn’t feel there’s been enough of. more
With the beginning of the academic year just weeks away, the questions du jour for New York City families are about safety and security when it comes to in-person classrooms, especially with the coronavirus still raging on throughout the country. more
New York City public schools were notorious for never closing, even when it snowed. But on March 23, that changed as the city — and the world — were ravaged by COVID-19. more
When the more than 260 students poured out of the doors of St. John’s School in mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic bore down on the state, they likely thought they would return soon. If not this academic year, then perhaps the next? At least by 2021, even in the worst-case scenario. more
It’s not every day someone tries to revoke a Distinguished Achievement Award at Horace Mann School. In fact, from what Nick Perry can recall, it hasn’t been done in his 15 years as a teacher there. more
New York has seemingly been on the opposite side of whatever the rest of the country is experiencing when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic. When the country was mostly minimally scarred from the virus, New York was the epicenter. more
The death of George Floyd sparked what is now recognized as one of the largest movements for civil rights since the marches led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in the 1960s. And several organizations at Manhattan College are leading the charge locally, hoping to make the school more welcoming to students and faculty who identify as Black, Indigenous and people of color — also known as BIPOC. more
While state and city officials discuss if and when public schools will open in the fall, it's clear that one parochial school definitely will not. St. John's School in Kingsbridge is one of 20 New York schools that were shut down by the Archdiocese of New York — closures church officials say will impact more than 2,500 students and 350 staff members. more
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