By Kacy George
The City College of New York Black Studies Program joined in celebrating the college’s open admissions policy resulting from the impact of student advocacy. 580 more words
By Nichimyo Rich
The City College of New York has made a promise to ensure campus sustainability by fostering environmentally sound habits and behaviors across the campus while engaging the Harlem community. 299 more words
HARLEM — A middle school soccer team from Harlem has a lot to celebrate after returning home from a European tournament.
The Success Academy Harlem North Central soccer team was the first public school team to ever compete in the Mediterranean International Cup in Barcelona, Spain, one of the most competitive and prestigious tournaments in the world. 243 more words
Fresh is suing his neighbor as well as contractors at Oz Bosph Construction, Structureline Inc., for $4 million in damages, alleging the work they did endangered his historic Harlem brownstone, per 363 more words
Opens March 14, 2019 | 10:00am – 6:00pm
Discover New York’s rich bicycling heritage.
Cycling in the City traces the bike’s transformation of urban transportation and leisure and explores the extraordinary diversity of cycling cultures in the city, past and present. 104 more words
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