Articles written by: Karis Rogerson

NYC Sparx gives Bronx girls a love of STEM and art
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NYC Sparx gives Bronx girls a love of STEM and art

one of the main challenges for girls from minority communities who want to get into technology, including Latina or African-American girls, is economics.

NYC Marathon: Long Island City, Queens
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NYC Marathon: Long Island City, Queens

Every time the crowd’s cheers grew louder, signifying the arrival of another wheelchair athlete, the ex-Marine smiled. “This is what we’re fighting for,” he said.

Celebrating the Little Red Lighthouse
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Celebrating the Little Red Lighthouse

Today, the riverside park was filled with families for an early fall afternoon outing. Vendors lined the sides of the grass, selling everything from handmade soaps to books while a brass band filled the air with lively music.

GOP CNN Debate: Carly Fiorina FTW
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GOP CNN Debate: Carly Fiorina FTW

Carly Fiorina held her own among the 10 large personalities with which she was confronted.

14 Years Later: Remembering and Celebrating
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14 Years Later: Remembering and Celebrating

“God Bless America,” the message Wanda Thompson, a New York resident, left on a mural on Church Street on Sept. 11, 2015. Photo by Karis Rogerson. For yearly travelers to the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City, the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks was another opportunity not only to focus on remembering the tragedy, but also to celebrate […]