Press
31 Dec

(New York Times) - Miguel Hernandez Ford has seen the future. In it, he has something he has never known: a real family. Mr. Hernandez Ford’s mother abandoned Honduras for the United States when he was young, leaving him and his younger brother in the care of his grandparents. By the time he was 7, Mr. Hernandez Ford had to work instead of attending school...

Press
31 Dec

(New York Times) - Miguel Hernandez Ford has seen the future. In it, he has something he has never known: a real family. Mr. Hernandez Ford’s mother abandoned Honduras for the United States when he was young, leaving him and his younger brother in the care of his grandparents. By the time he was 7, Mr. Hernandez Ford had to work instead of attending school.

Press
22 Oct

DNAinfo New York: "As Bronx officials make a bid to host the city’s new Major League Soccer’s team — the New York City FC, coming in 2015 — the South Bronx has been home to a soccer club of its own...

Press
02 Jul

Adult Teams and Players: Register Now at http://sbucharitycup.eventbrite.com/ for the First Annual SBU Charity Cup on Saturday, August 17. The tournament will bring together 16 adult teams from across the five boroughs for a common purpose - to raise money for South Bronx youth. The 7 v 7 tournament is open to all skill levels and each team will be guaranteed 3 games.

Sign up now, either individually or with a whole team. The deadline for registration is July 18.

Press
01 Feb

United Academics Journal of Social Sciences: Since the 1980s the ruins of the Bronx have been replaced by thousands of new housing units. The past few years in particular, have seen the urban landscape of the borough change significantly. In 2009, the new Yankee Stadium was completed and according to an article in the New York Times last year, there are clear signs of gentrification of certain areas with newcomers being attracted by affordable real estate...