Harlem Fave H. Carl McCall Named Hunter College Roosevelt House Leader In Residence

The Honorable H. Carl McCall, former New York State Comptroller and most recently the Chairman of the State University of New York Board of Trustees. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Residents Want Better Schools, Affordable Housing, Job creation And More

East Harlem residents service provider Union Settlement surveys neighborhood residents every two years to determine the community’s concerns and desires, and this year’s report shows that schools and crime are on the minds of East Harlemites. Continue Reading →

Urban Assembly Hosts The Black Man Can Institute At Hunter College

The Urban Assembly will host TheBlackManCan Institute, an organization designed to uplift, empower, educate, motivate young men of color.  Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announced A New Initiative To Double The Number Tech Grads From CUNY

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Deputy Mayor Glen, and NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop, today announced a new initiative to double the number of City University of New York (CUNY) students graduating annually with a tech-related bachelor’s degree by the year 2022. Continue Reading →

More Than 250 Local Volunteers Spend Day Transforming East Harlem

More than 250 volunteers from Wells Fargo, City University of New York, Hunter College and the community participated in a day of service September 23, 2017, which transformed classrooms, offices, the library and other public spaces at East Harlem’s Public School/Middle School (P.S./ M.S.) 007.  Continue Reading →

Nat’l Jazz Museum Benefit Honors Harlem’s Charles Rangel, Lloyd Williams And More

On Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) will host its 2017 Annual Benefit Concert honoring three pillars of the jazz community. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Northside Center Among Recipients Of The Joan H. Tisch Prize For Excellence

thelma-dye-in-harlemHunter College President Jennifer J. Raab announced the three recipients of the sixth annual Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize, citing their contributions to improving quality of life for senior citizens, providing medical care to previously incarcerated individuals as they return to the community, and child advocacy. Continue Reading →

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