Harlem’s Columbia University Pushes For Obama Library

From the platform of the Number 1 subway at 125th Street and Broadway in Harlem, I see the Hudson River and a glass-sided building rising on Columbia University’s new campus, Continue Reading →

Harlemite “Columbia Lou” Gehrig At Columbia University

As first baseman (1925–39) for the New York Yankees, Harlem born Lou Gehrig played in 2,130 consecutive league games (a record that would stand for more than fifty years), batted Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Don Lemon On ‘Worst Journalism’ List By Harlem’s Columbia JR

Harlem resident Don Lemon has picked up a dubious honor: ranking in a West Harlem Columbia University Columbia Journalism Review fellow’s list of the “worst journalism” of 2014. Share

‘Lyrics From Lockdown’ At Columbia In Harlem (video)

Join the Center for Justice at Columbia University and our colleagues and friends from across New York City for a performance of Bryonn Bain’s Lyrics from Lockdown. Share

Benefits! What benefits? Harlem Tenants Clueless On Columbia $3M

NYDaily News reports that Columbia University established a $3 million fund for the Grant and Manhattanville Houses in Harlem, but five years later only $85,000 has been tapped and residents Continue Reading →

Columbia Grad Terrie M. Williams Talks Mental Health On CNN

Watch renowned communications strategist, author and mental health activist Terrie M. Williams, on “CNN Newsroom” with Brooke Baldwin at 2:30 PM (EST) and “CNN Tonight” with Don Lemon and Alisyn Continue Reading →

Columbia’s Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students

Columbia Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students We are currently recruiting high school students from the New York City area for the 2014- 2015 academic year session of the State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) Continue Reading →

The Dominican Film Festival in NY At Columbia

Cine Art Entertainment Productions, Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, Columbia University Medical Center and the organizers of The Dominican Film Festival in New York (DFFNY) are delighted to invite you to the Continue Reading →

African Teen Accepted By 24 Colleges Goes To Columbia In Harlem

Frank Beoke had a good job in Ghana. He made a decent amount of money and his family had a good life there. The one thing that they were missing Continue Reading →