The Alumni Association of the City College of New York (AACCNY) is delighted to announce this year’s Townsend Harris Medalists and Finley Award recipients.
By HWM and photographs by Seitu Oronde Harlem photojournalist Seitu Oronde was in Harlem, for African Restaurant Week 2023.
In the 21st century, slavery continues to be the scourge it has been for the past 4,000 years, modern abolitionists say.
After three years of a virtual-only experience, Waffle Games 6.0 returns to New York City on April 15-16 at The City College of New York in Harlem as a hybrid event.
City College Center for the Arts (CCCA) is marking the 60-year history of the legendary, Cuban charanga band Orquesta Broadway.
Join students, professors, and staff at Harlem’s City College for Decarbonizing CCNY: How We Can Lead the Way!
On June 21, 1990, Nelson Mandela joined ABC anchor Ted Koppel at City College in Harlem on 135th Street, for a historic town meeting before an over-capacity audience at Aaron Davis Hall.
On Thursday, May 5, 2022, the Health Festival at City College New York and celebrating the anniversary of the 150th year at CCNY in Harlem, NY.
On Thursday, May 5th, 2022, Harlem residents, elected officials, and community leaders celebrated the City College of New York 2022 Presidential Awards Gala Celebrating 175 Years Of CCNY at Shepherd Hall City College in Harlem, NY.
Christie’s is pleased to present its first collaborative exhibition and silent auction to benefit City College Center for the Arts (CCCA) entitled 100 YEARS OF HARLEM: Resonating Around the World.
William Helmreich, August 25, 1945 – March 28, 2020, lived at 120 West 105th Street in Harlem, New York.
Lesley Lokko, Ghanaian-Scottish architect, academic, and novelist has resigned from her position as dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York (CCNY) in Harlem, NY.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat (NY-13), joined by his predecessor, former Representative Charles B. Rangel, City College (CCNY) President Vincent Boudreau
Due to the impact of the novel coronavirus, some U.S. education institutions may not re-open for in-person classes until 2021.
Vacant dorms at the City College of New York’s Harlem campus should be repurposed to house New Yorkers stricken by coronavirus who are unable to socially isolate at home, a local Upper Manhattan lawmaker said.