The Bronx Housing Court is the busiest housing court in the city’s five boroughs with 88,913 cases in 2017, more than any other borough. There were 13,436… Read more “In the Bronx, the City’s Busiest Housing Court Struggles to Serve Tenants and Landlords”
Author: Shuai Hao
Shuai Hao is a Chinese full-time student studying dual degree in Journalism and Computer Science program at Columbia University. He majored in journalism during his undergraduate study and graduated from Communication University of China in July, 2018. He worked as an intern data journalist in Caixin Media in the summer of 2017, and he worked in Netease News Center as an intern in the spring of 2018. He is interested in data-driven stories and loves using multimedia technologies on news reporting. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter @haobing_shuaike.
Most Drinking Fountains in the Bronx Civil Courthouse are Broken
The Bronx County civil courthouse on Grand Concourse Avenue is a busy place. The building, with nine floors and around 40 courtrooms, has been a designated New… Read more “Most Drinking Fountains in the Bronx Civil Courthouse are Broken”
LAW & ORDER: Providing Legal Aid and Mentorship
Jane Aoyama-Martin, 62, has been an attorney for 38 years. Born in Hawaii, she attended college and law school in California and has lived in New York… Read more “LAW & ORDER: Providing Legal Aid and Mentorship”