Updated Oct. 7, 12:04 p.m.
In an attempt to increase Columbia students' involvement with local politics, the Roosevelt Institute hosted a discussion session about a participatory budgeting session last week to give students a chance to voice their opinions on what city discretionary funds should be spent on....
Valedictorian Lindsay Hadad, GS '15, is no stranger to academic success. But when she first found out that she was the 2015 GS valedictorian, Hadad said that she was paralyzed with doubt about her ability to give an adequate speech at the ceremony....
As they continue the process of distributing $76 million to the West Harlem community, representatives of the West Harlem Development Corporation said that while their current outreach has been successful, local residents need more programs that can teach them how to effectively apply for grants....
Updated: Feb. 28 at 5:35 p.m.
On the third annual Love An Elder Day—a day of events organized by Morningside Village to celebrate Morningside Heights' elderly population—Spectator sat down with three longtime residents to discuss how Morningside Heights has changed over the years and their favorite things about the neighborhood they call home....
As Domestic Violence Awareness Month draws to a close, community leaders in Harlem say the issue still receives undue stigma in the neighborhood.