Sept. 11, nearly 900 students from eight CUNY colleges pledged to serve New York City by joining 135 community organizations through the CUNY Service Corps.
Acclaimed poet Thomas Sayers Ellis and short story writer Chinelo Okparantan have joined the City College of New York’s MFA program in creative writing as visiting faculty for the fall 2015 semester.
Teachers in New York have had enough of the attacks on their livelihood.
Two things recently brought back memories of Safiya Bukhari: the release of Stanley Nelson’s film on the Black Panther Party and the various commemorations surrounding the uprising in Attica prison in 1971.
Applying for financial aid can be a pain. But the federal government will start allowing students to file their applications three months earlier, aiming to make the messy process a little easier to handle.
Student leaders from Touro College of Pharmacy walked away with numerous top awards and scholarships at the conclusion of the 2015 Student National Pharmaceutical Association.
"As chancellor, I love talking to our students and parents at community meetings, forums, town halls and even in the grocery store..."
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says Common Core is broken and needs to be reviewed.
It took years for the nation to recognize the heroic achievements of the Tuskegee Airmen, and it’s taken even longer to know of the breakthrough made by Frank E. Petersen Jr. With Petersen joining the ancestors Aug. 25 at age ...
Fourteen Berkeley College students explored issues of diversity and leadership at the third annual Student Leadership Diversity Convention recently held in Jersey City, N.J.
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Mayor Ras J. Baraka is giving out book bags and school supplies to Newark youth
Of the many heralded poets and writers of the fabled Harlem Renaissance, Anne Spencer is among the least known.
The legendary hip-hop star has been taking progressive steps in philanthropy over the last couple of years.
Working with what she has been given by the de Blasio and Cuomo administrations, Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina—having spent 50 years in the service of New York’s public school system—espouses a claim on each and every school child in the ...