Quinn, who would be the first woman and first openly-gay mayor if elected, is seen by many as the frontrunner to replace Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The website is designed to facilitate research exchange and provide a forum for discussion on research and enable students to exchange scientific materials and resources for experiments.
The 12th Avenue corridor, with the iconic Riverside Drive viaduct looming above, has long been seen as unsafe and undesirable. But the neighborhood is on the rise, business owners say.
Columbia is about to construct a new building in Hamilton Heights for displaced Manhattanville residents, though some question whether the development will drive up prices at neighboring businesses.
Christopher Emdin works with rapper GZA in a new project that uses hip-hop battles to get young students excited about learning science.
At a fireside chat last Thursday, Barnard President Debora Spar stressed the challenges professional women now face in meeting the demands of their careers, their families, and, perhaps most of all, themselves.
Two proposals—one to install bike racks on Broadway and Amsterdam and Columbus avenues between 59th and 110th streets and another to install a bike corral in the parking space bordering the restaurant Henry’s on 105th Street and Broadway—passed the CB7 transportation committee vote.
According to residents of 123rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, the northern border of the JTS campus, numerous birds hit the building’s reflective windows and end up injured or dead on the sidewalk.
Richard Sun, CC ’13, is leading the initiative to put together a senate committee of professors, administrators, and students who will work to create a more sustainable campus.
A pilot program had kept the library open until 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights last year, but beginning this semester, the library reverted to its original closing time of midnight.
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