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Chris Mallette, City University of New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice spoke to South Bend's Anti-Violence Commission on Tuesday.
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When the poet Anne Sexton committed suicide in 1974, a memorial service was held for her at the City College of New York, where her contemporary Adrienne Rich happened to be teaching.
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All seven Democratic candidates for mayor were out on the campaign trail today, racking up endorsements and touting their plans to win City Hall, as they prepare to appear on NY1 for a televised debate about Latino issues Wednesday.
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Last night HLNTV broadcast the "40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" and they did a wonderful job at representing daytime and especially the soaps.
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NOVEMBER 28: Demonstrators march near Baruch College in Manhattan to protest against proposed tuition increases in New York City.
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has named seven senior staff members with extensive experience in consumer protection and antitrust law.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott put a positive spin on graduation rates for New York City public high school students released Monday.
Daniel Wims, provost at Alabama A&M University, was not chosen to be the finalist to become the next president at Fort Valley State University in Georgia.
Written by physicists and engineers, the articles were devoted to the future of music.
BROOKLYN, N.Y., June 10 -- The City University of New York's New York City College of Technology issued the following news release: Carroll Gardens resident Cory Einbinder has parlayed his fascination with how puppets can interact with live performers by designing one that took top honors at the United States Institute for Theatre Technology's 2013 ... (more)
Some remarkable people just fly beneath the radar, quietly and steadily doing a job and being there in service to others.
A state-of-the-art, 350,000-square-foot vertical campus is coming to City Tech and will replace the school's aging Klitgord Center, which is set to be razed.
Four times a week, at three different parks, the city Parks Department hosts a free program called Walk NYC that encourages New Yorkers of all ages to get fit while enjoying the outdoors.
New York's legislative session has been highlighted by flashy proposals to strengthen abortion rights, expand casinos, publicly finance campaigns, and combat corruption and sexual harassment after several scandals.
Behind the scenes, the drama unfolding at one of the nation's largest district attorney's offices is more complex, with an upcoming election and opponents threatening to unseat the longtime leader, a review of dozens of cases and a federal lawsuit by a man who was wrongfully convicted.