Jean Chambers was hit Thursday afternoon at 95th Street and West End Avenue when a 2004 Ford Expedition made a left turn.
Priom Ahmed, CC ’14, is a Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African studies major and hopes to eventually work with South Asian immigrants.
Jon Oringer, SEAS ’98 and founder of Shutterstock, told graduates at School of Engineering and Applied Science Class Day on Monday that they should expect to fail in order to succeed.
Class Day speaker Gale Brewer, GS ’97 and Manhattan borough president, encouraged students to remain in New York City and emphasized the important contributions GS students had on the city.
After two nights of impassioned and well-attended public hearings last week, locals against the proposed Jewish Home Lifecare building on West 97th Street are counting the weeks until a final environmental impact statement is released later this summer.
The 111th Street Citibank destroyed by a fire in January will move into the former Village Copier store at 112th Street and Broadway in August—but only temporarily.
The Upper West Side became the focus of a citywide push to increase traffic safety this year after three pedestrian were killed around the intersection of Broadway and 96th Street during a two-week period in January.
Newly appointed City Council member Helen Rosenthal brought city officials directly to the people on Wednesday night.
Rep. Charles Rangel has spent more than half of his life in Congress—and he's looking to serve one more term as the representative for the 13th Congressional District.
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