A competition aimed at revamping a vacant marine transfer station on 135th Street selected its winning entries,
Clyde Williams, a former political director of the DNC, still has not entered the race because of the uncertainty of redistricting.
History professor Eric Foner said of his colleague, “He’s a public intellectual in an old-fashioned way both inside and outside the academic world.”
Last year, Barnard saw an 11 percent application increase, meaning applications have now risen by 17.5 percent over the last two years.
The Grant Houses are where 18-year-old basketball star Tayshana Murphy was fatally shot in September 2011.
More than a year and a half after the New York State Court of Appeals upheld eminent domain in Manhattanville, three property owners still have not agreed on sale prices.
The University has often had a strained relationship with its neighbors in working on the campus expansion, especially when it comes to fulfilling its employment promises. But small business owners said they had a lot more to be happy about on Tuesday.
In an interview Monday, Rangel dished on the potential redrawing of his district, comparing the shape of the new area to the likeness of a dragon, and said he was satisfied with the probe of the West Harlem Development Corporation.
At a meeting with city officials on Thursday night, residents criticized the rezoning plan’s Environmental Assessment Statement.
Some locals say it's progress—but not enough for an organization charged with doling out $76 million.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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