In New York, and specifically at Columbia, we do not usually inhabit space on our own terms.
A movement to establish a Senegalese Chamber of Commerce in America is sweeping through Little Senegal in West Harlem in light of the recent economic downturn.
Columbia’s agreement to help found the school was seen as one of the most important commitments it made in the 2009 Community Benefits Agreement—and Thursday’s event marked the fulfillment of that commitment.
After being homeless and living with a friend’s family for several months in order to finish high school, Nguyen won a scholarship to the Collin College, where he earned an associate degree before coming to Columbia.
Health Commissioner Thomas Farley told the Fundamentals of Global Health class that he wanted to “talk about the way in which we think about public health in New York City.”
The Apollo Theater has been a Harlem landmark for the past 78 years, and remains to day a "nurturer" of new artists and an exciting place to pass an evening.
47 years after death, he’s still making an impact in Harlem.
Avi Dorfman, SIPA ’11, envisions RentJolt as a hub for students in GS or grad school who need to find housing quickly.
Since Miriam Nightengale’s arrival in August, Columbia Secondary School has seen its Department of Education grade rise from a C to an A.
Jill Abramson became the New York Times' first female executive editor in September.
May 23, 11:57am
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