Hundreds of eager parents and children stretched out the door of Nat Holman Gym at City College on Saturday, waiting to get into the Harlem Education Fair.
One week after the $787-billion federal stimulus package was signed into law, the offices of Gov. David Paterson and other New York officials announced the first state projects that will be funded—though the extent of Manhattanville’s financial gain has yet to be seen.
Columbia—both the students and the institution—may reap direct financial benefits from the federal stimulus legislation now in the final stages of congressional debate.
When lawyer Norman Siegel appeared at Columbia Law School last Wednesday to discuss the history of eminent domain, he couldn’t help but invite the students in attendance to become part of its future.
The New York State Assembly took major strides on Monday to safeguard housing tenants, especially those living with rent regulation.
For many Barnard students, the name Will Simpkins is synonymous with community service.
Though Senator-designate Kirsten E. Gillibrand made Harlem one of the first stops on her statewide “listening tour,” many New York City locals remain cautious about the outgoing upstate representative’s politics and her perceived outsider standing.
For those unable to make the trek to D.C. to witness history in the making, venues around Harlem and the Upper West Side opened their doors on Tuesday for live screenings of the inauguration of Barack Obama, CC ’83.
A flash of hope has appeared for Park West Village residents among the shadows of steel beams and construction cranes that mark a community threatened by fragmentation.
Following pressure from student groups, Health Services at Columbia announced Tuesday that it would reduce the cost of the NuvaRing and other birth control methods for students.
May 23, 11:57am
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