If ZBT does not adhere to an action plan approved by Shollenberger or is found responsible for any additional violations, its charter will be rescinded and members will be immediately removed from the organization’s house.
The dominating offenses of the University of Central Florida and the University of Miami will challenge the Lions before their first conference game at the end of the month.
Harlem Pride, an LGBT community group, has made strides in increasing its presence in the neighborhood, and is embarking on a campaign to bring a pride center uptown.
New upscale restaurants are only the most visible results of the sweeping gentrification that is raising incomes in West Harlem but worrying longtime residents.
Students will no longer be assigned to individual financial aid officers, the office has hired four additional staff members, and office hours will be expanded from six to 40 hours per week.
At Columbia's Manhattanville expansion, workers have finished the first slurry wall and begun construction what will become the first floor of the Jerome L. Greene Science Center.
I took the opportunity as an outsider, per se, at an event where I could have been an insider to observe the fervor of Obama’s supporters and its effect on the media.
After projecting that Obama would capture the decisive battleground state of Ohio, CNN called the race for the Democrat around 11:20 p.m.
Student life fees help fund Student Affairs, Student Activities, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, the Center for Career Education, and Columbia University Information Technology.
In an effort to meet rising costs for employee benefits and maintenance, the MTA is discussing four proposals to raise subway fares beginning in March 2013.
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