More than 1,000 step and performing arts enthusiasts from 18 different states traveled to Harlem over the weekend to see the best in the country.
College and university presidents and diversity officers from across North America learned best practices and new tactics.
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai announced today the appointment of David C. Thomas, MD, MS, MHPE, as Dean of Medical Education and Chair of the Department of Medical Education.
This Saturday, UpStaged Entertainment Group (UEG), is home of the National Collegiate Performing Arts (NCPA)™ and the National High School Performing Arts (NHSPA)™.
The Kaplan Educational Foundation (KEF) celebrates the latest college acceptances from their 15th cohort of scholars in the Kaplan Leadership Program.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today hosted a national convening on the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health at Gracie Mansion.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced 19 members, including George J. Silver as chair, to the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on the Judiciary (MACJ).
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that the city will begin serving healthier meals to New Yorkers.
A new study conducted by researchers from Tufts University explored how whole grains can impact consumers’ heart health.
When the philosopher Alain Leroy Locke edited the Harlem issue of the Survey Graphic that appeared on March 1, 1925, he infused the literary awakening of the 1920s now called the Harlem Renaissance.
Union Settlement, the oldest and largest social service provider in East Harlem, today announced the election of five new members to its Board of Directors.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice today reported that student voting on its campus was up in last year’s election, more than tripling to 37% in 2018 from a rate of 10.8% in 2014. View the full campus report.
On Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) hosted its Third Annual Fall Benefit Concert, Uptown in Autumn.
With a store on 125th Street in Harlem, American Apparel, was once a high-flying retailer that peaked at more than $600 million in sales, is probably headed toward liquidation.
Politico reports that former state Assemblyman Keith Wright has joined Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP, a prominent law and lobbying firm.