Nikol Mudrova


They fled the war. Now what? 

Five different stories of Ukrainians who escaped the war to the US 

Special Report: Philly Stories

In Bustleton, a home away from home

Bustleton is a haven for post-Soviet refugees and immigrants.


NYU students exhibit their artwork in metaverse

Is the future of art digital? 


Non-profit helps students in Bronx grow microgreens to tackle food insecurity

Its activities are divided between organizing climate-based after-school programming like the gardening club and incorporating climate curriculum into classes.


Many Ukrainian refugees live in US “legal limbo

Many Ukrainian families that don't have permanent residency or green cards in the US are staying here with just tourist visas.  They are not eligible for work and their children cannot attend school.


New York City’s Ukraine Village unites as war in Ukraine continues

 As the war goes on, the community keeps gathering for fundraising events.


The fight for climate education in New York

Education is a missing link in the climate action plan. 


5G is not enough for the future of the metaverse 

 The bad news is that 6G still doesn't exist.


New Yorkers rally to support Ukraine

 Hundreds of New Yorkers, some born in Ukraine, Latvia, Kazakhstan, and even Russia, gathered to support Ukraine after the Russian invasion.


Slain NYPD officer Rivera lived his dream, but it was too short

“He was everything the city and NYPD needed him to be.”