As federal grant money is drying up at several local public schools, the success of a program to support innovative fields of study is coming under closer scrutiny.
NEWS: Morningside Heights
Community Board 9 voted 23 to one to approve a long-awaited traffic calming plan for Morningside Avenue.
In a panel event downtown, Levine joined other uptown politicians in outlining his hopes for Northern Manhattan neighborhoods during de Blasio’s first 100 days in New York.
A Morningside Heights school building on 123rd Street, home to over 1,200 students in three co-located schools, is bursting at the seams.
Morningside Heights public schools saw mixed results in annual Department of Education progress reports released last week, reviving ongoing concerns over the ranking’s effectiveness.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was overwhelmingly elected mayor of New York City on Tuesday, setting the stage for the first Democratic administration in the city in more than two decades.
Though some locals and preservation advocates remain staunchly opposed to the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine’s controversial plans to build a 15-story apartment building on church grounds, Cathedral representatives said Wednesday that they’re working to amend the plans to reflect the community’s concerns.
Four armed men broke into a Columbia graduate student apartment late Monday night and assaulted and robbed a tenant, landing the tenant in St. Luke's Hospital.
The ground floor of Columbia's School of Social Work, which has been vacant for nine years, may soon be home to an academic program. But some locals are accusing the University of breaking its promises about the space by changing its original plans to recruit a retail tenant.
Spectator sat down on Friday with Joe Ienuso, the executive vice president of facilities, to talk about Manhattanville construction progress, the University’s retail corridor, new academic centers, and a host of other issues.
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