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Kathleen Caulderwood


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Kathleen is a journalism student at CUNY. Originally from Toronto, Canada, she now reports on issues in the Bronx. This reporter was a member of the 2012 CUNY street news team.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

The dispute between a South Bronx landlord and a radical arts collective has become a rallying cry for supporters of the group, which combines youth development with political activism.



Poll workers ran ballots up and down the stairs between elderly voters and the scanners on an upper floor.



For four years Paul Bales has worked the polls on election day. He says this year is proving especially challenging.



At Bronx Community College, some students took on candidates' roles for a debate, and teachers are seeing a mixture of apathy and interest among other voters on campus.