There’s more to the Flatiron District than some old building—check out this week’s Neighborhood Watch.
What role should political correctness play at Columbia?
Addressing language is a superficial concern—we need to adress attitudes.
Dance teams and large orchestral ensembles often have extra difficulty finding rehearsal space, since they require larger rooms in which to practice—a pressing topic on campus in recent conversations about Lerner Hall renovations and the Arts Initiative.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, Comptroller John Liu, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, and former comptroller Bill Thompson took the stage in front of more than 1,000 people.
The Student Travel Agency aims to compete with travel websites and attract student customers with their personalized services.
Noah Gotbaum, an outspoken critic of charter schools and an education leader on the Upper West Side, wants to take on the role of the city’s largest bully pulpit to fix what he called a broken public school system.
Rep. Charles Rangel pumped the crowd up, telling them that New York volunteers are important for the Obama campaign. “For our kids and our grandkids, we can’t afford the luxury of waiting to see what happens in November,” he said.
CB9’s Youth Resources Expo provided organizations the opportunity to connect with Harlem residents about after-school activities available to them.
Block Association 122 and its president, Cator Sparks, are looking make sure that old and new residents work together to preserve the neighborhood’s unique culture.
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