On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, Columbia University’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AAADS) Department launched the Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter Lecture Series, honoring the New York City-born rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Columbia University filed plans for a new 34-story residential tower in Harlem this week as part of its sprawling campus expansion, city Department of Buildings records show.
Harlem’s Columbia University invites you to learn more about Columbia Journalism School, where they lead the way to journalism’s future, educating and training students from around the world to pursue the truth and become accomplished professional journalists.
Another food hall’s opening uptown next year. Columbia University’s new science center in West Harlem will soon be home to a food hall from chef Franklin Becker, the man behind fast-casual lunch chain Little Beet.
In collaboration with the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, the African Diaspora International Film Festival presents a monthly program entitled Films In The class.
From Columbia University and across North America, some of the smartest, brightest minds of North America went to Chicago for the NAQT 2019 Quiz Bowl Intercollegiate Championship Tournament (ICT).
Join this year the Relay For Life of Manhattan and the Relay For Life of Columbia University have joined forces to become the Relay For Life of Manhattan at Columbia in Harlem, NY!
NYC Health + Hospitals, the nation’s largest public health care system serving more than one million New Yorkers, today announced that its board of directors has appointed Dr. Natalia Cineas, DNP, RN, MS, as Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive.
A beloved Columbia University dean died weeks after being struck by a vehicle while walking near the ivy league institution’s Morningside Heights campus, school officials said in a statement.
NY Yimby reports that a new student residence is on the rise at 415 West 120th Street designed by architect Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel.
On October 31, 2018, representatives from the Columbia University College of Dental medicine participated by running and jumping alongside over 300 students on The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field famed oval in Washington Heights.
Soon after President Kennedy’s death, Robert F. Kennedy resigned as Attorney General and, in 1964, ran for the United States Senate from New York.
Sources report that Christiane Crasemann Collins was born in Hamburg Germany, and immigrated first to Chile and then to the United States.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday voiced strong support for recent teacher walkouts in Oklahoma, Kentucky, Arizona and elsewhere.
Fifty years ago, at the height of protest against the Vietnam War, the actions at Columbia University in Harlem, New York were among the most highly visible and effective.