New Veteran & Military Scholarships For John Jay College Students From Harlem To The Hudson

Awarded a Bronze Star after tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, Army Military Police Sergeant Thomas Donaldson ’22 is now focused on his next mission, his education. Continue Reading →

Data Collaborative For Justice Releases New Research On Desk Appearance Tickets In NY State In 2018

Today, the Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) at John Jay College, with support from Arnold Ventures, released new research on Desk Appearance Tickets (DATs) for New York State in 2018. Continue Reading →

Huge Increase In Student Voting At John Jay College Is Good Indicator On What’s To Come

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. Continue Reading →

City Council Speaker Johnson Wants Pay-What-You-Can Fines From Harlem To Hollis

Some New York City fines could soon be like admission to the Met: Pay what you can. City Council Speaker Corey Johnson unveiled a proposal Wednesday that would charge New Yorkers for certain civil offenses based on their wages. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: NY Ball Up Million Dollar Summer Challenge Basketball Launch

basketball in harlemBall Up (www.ballupmdsc.com), the leading streetball brand in the world and home to some of the most talented athletes to play the game, has reached an agreement with ESPN to televise their first-ever “Million Dollar Summer Challenge,” … Continue Reading →

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