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With 13 votes in favor, 11 against, and two abstentions, the vote came to a tie, which was not sufficient for passage.
One assistant director left in March and the other left in May. The outreach coordinator was gone by early June. Three tutoring counselors left over the summer, as did one interim assistant director, who lasted only a week.
The New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division ruled Thursday that state seizure of private property in the 17-acre expansion zone is illegal, dealing a harsh blow to the University’s vision for development.
The state court dealt a harsh blow to Columbia’s expansion plans by ruling eminent domain use there to be illegal, after a string of disappointing losses to the University’s challengers over the past few years.
“You have always been a pioneer,” Lee Bollinger told the 2009 recipient of the Alexander Hamilton Award.
The 35th Annual All-Night Bike Ride for the History of the City of New York class, taught by Kenneth Jackson, took students through Manhattan in a midnight tour of history.
This is the town of everybody who’s somebody and anybody who’s a nobody. Frank Sinatra said if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. But it would also be fair to say that New York is a place for people who wouldn’t make it anywhere else (cue Woody Allen reference here).
Gunshots were fired in Morningside Heights on Tuesday evening.
May 23, 11:57am
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