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Sally Kornbluth, a professor of pharmacology and cancer biology at Duke University and vice dean for basic science in Duke's School of Medicine, will be the university's next provost.
Financial gain wasn't Neil Jen's motivation for writing and he hasn't profited greatly financially.
The president of Brooklyn College distributed public events guidelines formulated in the wake of the ejection of four pro-Israel students from a boycott Israel event last year.
Folks are all abuzz over the upcoming Legends, Love Songs & Comedy, an evening of musical nostalgia and beloved standards, which is set for Saturday, March 22, at 8 p.m. in the Dr. Marlene Springer Theater at the College of Staten Island, Willowbrook.
TrA© Robinson, 20, is the son of a single mom. A year and a half ago, he made his mother proud by graduating from Indiana's state community college, Ivy Tech, with an associate's degree in computer networking.
The Coe College men's tennis team split its matches on the final day of the spring trip, as they defeated College of Staten Island before falling to NCAA Division I Presbyterian.
A Manhattan lawyer and Hunter College professor jumped to his death from the twelfth floor of his office building on Broadway.
For one night only, a group of female artists are coming together to challenge the exclusion of the Whitney Museum's Biennale.
Marsyas Productions inaugurates The Dina Koston Young Artists Program with Ears Open: A Festival of Contemporary Music tonight at 7:30pm at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall .
The Federal Reserve is not about to back off its highly accommodative policy, though investor predictions of a rate rise by midway through next year are reasonable, an influential U.S. central banker said on Friday.
Folksbiene, now in it's consecutive 99th season, will present two free one-night-only events at Baruch Performing Arts Center at 7pm this coming Monday and Tuesday.
It is reasonable for investors to predict that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates sometime around mid-2015, New York Fed President William Dudley said on Friday.
Just yesterday I was walking back from Baruch College where I was standing at an intersection and witnessed a pedestrian nearly hit by an oncoming vehicle.
In this video, President and CEO of Job.com, Brian Alden provides summer job searching tips for college students.