The Barnard Student Government Association talked money and basketball Monday night as council members sounded off on financial aid, club funding, and the upcoming “Pink Zone.”
As controversies surrounding eminent domain continue to weave their way through West Harlem, hundreds are offering their perspectives across the board. Members of a campus group have joined the discussion, saying that they too are affected by Columbia’s Manhattanville campus expansion.
In a neighborhood characterized by its African-American identity, another—perhaps unlikely—demographic is making a return after a long time under the radar. For the first time in decades, a Jewish community has begun to reclaim its loose strand in Harlem’s history.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
Updated at 5 p.m. The verdict is out, and the lucky ones have officially been chosen. Early Decision acceptance letters were mailed out today, at 3:30 p.m., by admissions officers... Read More
Dec 12, 11:29am
Hey. I think the marching band wants you to come to Orgo Night tonight. I don’t know, just a hunch. If you haven’t gotten the message already, check out its... Read More
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