Harlem’s Columbia University To Open New Campus

Italian architect Renzo Piano said Monday was a perfect day to dedicate Columbia University‘s new science center that is part of the school’s $6.3 billion West Harlem expansion.

Arthur Mitchell Honored By Columbia University In Harlem

Columbia University will confer the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters on the legendary dance pioneer and social activist Arthur Mitchell this month, the Arthur Mitchell Project announced today.

Entrepreneur in Residence Roundtables At Columbia University In Harlem

This event from Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center is part of The Entrepreneur in Residence Program features a highly accomplished group of industry professionals with expertise spanning various industries and business Continue Reading →

Harlem Artist Tomo Mori New Mural Unveiled At Columbia University

Harlem-based visual artist Tomo Mori will transform the Miller Theatre lobby at Columbia University in West Harlem into an immersive work surrounding viewers with a sponge-stamped waterfall of images, based Continue Reading →

Columbia University’s Three-Story Academic Conference Center

Back in October of 2014, YIMBY reported that construction was wrapping up on Columbia University’s nine-story, 450,000-square-foot Jerome L. Greene Science Center at 3229 Broadway, between West 129th and 130th Continue Reading →

Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program Seeks Nominations And Applications

Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program is seeking nominations and applications for its next class; the deadline is Friday, April 29, 2016. 

Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Tried To Fire Doctors

On the morning of October 12, residents of the prestigious Columbia University/New York Presbyterian’s Family Residency Programs received some demoralizing news.

Harlem’s Columbia First U.S. University To Prison Divest

West Harlem-based Columbia University has become the first college in the United States to divest from private prison companies, following a student activist campaign.

Columbia University, 116th Street, Harlem, 1910

An incredible view looking north from the southeast corner from a top floor of a building on 116th Street and Broadway, West Harlem, New York, 1910

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 →

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