E.E. Cruz & Co. and Nicholson Construction Company, subcontractors for the Manhattanville expansion, are suing Lend Lease Construction, a general contractor for the expansion, for $23.6 million.
The school's application for $150,000 in grant money for after-school programs was denied by the West Harlem Development Corporation.
Minority-owned architecture firms claim that the University passed over them for other firms despite having equal or better qualifications.
While gentrification has pushed many of his original customers out of Manhattanville, Ramon Diaz said it’s exciting to see the neighborhood’s receptiveness to his restaurant's reopening.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer argued that Columbia’s campus expansion would have been impossible without input from community boards. “They give neighborhoods a say in their own futures,” he said.
The state comptroller found that Eagle Two played a fraudulent bidding game with SUNY Downstate.
SIPA targets new donors as it draws closer to its goal of $150 million by 2015, with funds to be used primarily for faculty and student fellowships and resources.
The School of the Arts’ Manhattanville building will house public spaces, like a film screening center, galleries, and performance spaces.
The Student Affairs Committee will analyze how student use space, in an effort to advise administrators on the redistribution of the space that will be opened up by the Manhattanville expansion.
The group of 50 protesters claimed that the University's promise of 6,000 jobs will not benefit current Harlemites because most will require a degree or will be contracted minimum wage jobs.
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