SEAS plans to phase out Mudd’s Engineering Library to make way for the new data science institute, but the proposed location of a new digital library has already met with student opposition.
Two proposals—one to install bike racks on Broadway and Amsterdam and Columbus avenues between 59th and 110th streets and another to install a bike corral in the parking space bordering the restaurant Henry’s on 105th Street and Broadway—passed the CB7 transportation committee vote.
Starbucks has donated money to local job training and service programs since it began collecting five cents for every cup of coffee sold at its Lenox Avenue store last year.
Federal law says that special needs students are required to attend schools in their neighborhoods whenever possible, and city officials are trying to make that happen.
Several schools in the Morningside Heights area consistently scored A’s, but four schools scored a C for the second year in a row. Three C’s or worse in a row flag the school as a potential candidate for closure.
On one hand, the 124-room Aloft Hotel at Frederick Douglass and 124th Street has brought thousands of overnight guests to Harlem, but many residents say the neighborhood’s character has been lost amid the shuffle.
One consequence of multiple districts for the area is that residents have to trek across town to reach their representatives’ offices. As a result, constituents’ problems are “shunted around” to different council members, local Democrats said.
At the New York French-American Charter School’s board of trustees meeting on Tuesday, administrators responded to parents' complaints that the school had sent them false test score information.
Carmie Elmore, the owner of a BP station on 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Bouulevard, is suing the city to prevent his property from being razed for redevelopment purposes.
Aaron Tinker, Army veteran and GS ’15, passed away Aug. 16 at his home in California. The cause of death was still under investigation as of Sunday.
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