At a Community Principles Initiative Committee summit on Friday, students used role-playing to discuss recent bias incidents and University protocols.
Food pantries city-wide are reporting extreme food and funds shortages and many worry that unless emergency funds are received, pantries could be forced to close their doors before the end of the year.
State Senator Jeff Klein, D-Bronx and Westchester, has proposed a bill that would hold the makers and vendors of fake IDs accountable for minors’ access to alcohol and for the consequences of underage drinking.
As the demand for housing grows on the Upper West Side, a new luxury apartment building named The Columbia House is being built on West 108th Street.
Public school classrooms citywide are exceeding United Federation of Teachers class-size limits, states a report from the New York City Independent Budget Office released at the end of September.
The city of New York has been granted an injuction that would prevent single-room-occupancy affordable housing buildings from being used as illegal hotels.
May 14, 9:15am
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