Uncertainty, the banner for recession, looms in Harlem as plans formed seven weeks ago at the Upper Manhattan Economic Summit have yet to come to fruition.
In the face of economic crisis, President Barack Obama, CC ’83, called upon Columbia alumnus and third-term U.S. Senator Judd Gregg, CC ’69, (R-N.H.) to be the next Secretary of Commerce.
The New York State Historic Preservation Office recently deemed three brownstones that Columbia plans to demolish as eligible to be added to the state and national registers of historic places.
Students and politicians from Senator Hillary Clinton’s (D-N.Y.) home base of New York embraced President-elect Barack Obama’s decision to name her as his Secretary of State, an appointment which he announced yesterday in Chicago.
May 17, 11:47pm
Whoops, while you were all enjoying your first day of freedom/moving out day/time wherever you are since you finished your finals like a week ago and have already gotten out... Read More
May 16, 6:03pm
Thanks to all who submitted photos to our Instagram contest! After a close race, there’s a clear winner: @alemineo’s photo, seen below: We’ll use the picture as our cover photo... Read More
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