Two local newsstands are still competing for Morningside Heights business—but the biggest toll on their businesses has been the recession.
Disabled and living in the neighborhood for 46 years, Miguel Lopez relies on Section 8 city vouchers for his apartment.
In Harlem, Section 8 residents and tenant advocates say that possible cuts on a large scale could be devastating.
70 housing activists, students, tenants, community organizers, and homeless individuals all filed into Hunter College on Saturday to answer “The Call,” at a forum organizers named after their core demand: “No More ‘Affordable’ Housing Scams.”
Stem cell research is one of the latest currents to hit the world of science, and with the creation of a new state-funded research project at Columbia, the University is among the institutions following the trend.
Tenants and legislators are fighting to stop landlords from renting to tourists.
Students and administrators are discussing the differences in SEAS and CC transcripts.
“It was great singing outside, hearing the response inside, and being all off-tune and just winging it.”
Math students collaborated with web executives, and some calculated how to find a job.
The Fourth Columbia International Investment Conference filled Faculty House with government officials, United Nations representatives, professors, economists, law students, investors, and professionals interested in shedding new light on the global economic crisis.
May 23, 11:57am
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