Day: January 5, 2017

OTP Print Edition

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Community News Health & Wellness

It’s Flu Season: Take Care!

By OTP Staff We’re at the beginning of the flu season and the NYC Department of Health recommends that most people over the age of six months should be vaccinated against the spread of the influenza virus. This is, first of all, to provide personal health and it also affects the health of all folks […]readmore

Black History Community News

Harriet Tubman National Historic Parkland Announced

Schumer: Tubman Park is a Long-Overdue Recognition of an Extraordinary American  U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer today announced that the Department of the Interior (DOI) has completed the land transfer agreement that will allow NPS to formally establish the Harriet Tubman National Historic Park in Auburn, New York. The announcement follows Schumer’s successful efforts to […]readmore

Sports

  Brooklyn Football on the Map

By Eddie Castro This season the talent of players that came out of the Borough of Brooklyn sure turned many heads this year. Many schools throughout Brooklyn had many standout players who had signature games and performed at an elite level, something that has many Brooklyn football squads looking “scary good” towards the future. With […]readmore

Education News around the Web

Saved by The Bill! Gov.’s Tuition-Free Program Would Begin Rollout

First-in-the-Nation Program Provides Free Tuition to New Yorkers Making Less Than $125,000 Per Year at all SUNY and CUNY Two- and Four-Year Colleges Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, with U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, today unveiled the 1st signature proposal of his 2017 agenda: making college tuition-free for New York’s middle-class families at all SUNY and […]readmore