Small Business Finance 102 Workshop At Columbia University In Harlem NY

In this workshop, participants will asses appropriate loan amounts, create a financing structure, decide on investors and collateralization. Continue Reading →

A Case Remains Unsolved For Harlem’s Columbia University Professor Galindez

The book Professor Galindez: Disappearing from Earth: Governments, Complicity, and How a Kidnapping in the Midst of American Democracy Went Unsolved, states that: Continue Reading →

Panel Discusses Experience Of Men Of Color At Columbia University In Harlem

Columbia University reports that at a panel discussion on Monday, men of color from a variety of positions in the Columbia community discussed their experience on campus, highlighting the difficulties of attending a predominantly white institution. Continue Reading →

Columbia Refuses To Create Graduate Student Union

Columbia University announced that it will not bargain with teaching and research assistants that formed a labor union. Continue Reading →

ADIFF Celebrates Black History Month Through Music In Harlem

To celebrate Black History Month, The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) presents a series of films that explore the history of various music genres with a strong African influence in various parts of the world. Continue Reading →

Chipotle To Open First Harlem Restaurant

Patch reports that the United Sates’ dominant Mexican food chain is set to open its first Harlem location after securing a lease on West 125th Street, according to reports. Continue Reading →

Thomas Roma Columbia Professor, Accused of Sexual Misconduct Retires

Hyper Allergic reports that five women have come forward accusing Thomas Roma, a photographer and professor, of sexual misconduct. Continue Reading →

NYC Health Department Identifies 10 Outbreaks Of Foodborne Illness Using Yelp Reviews

The Health Department today announced that since 2012, 10 outbreaks of foodborne illness were identified solely through a computer system jointly created with Columbia University’s Department of Computer Science in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Apply For The 2018 Harlem Local Vendor Program At Columbia University

The Harlem Local Vendor Program is a program designed to provide local Harlem vendors with the opportunity to exhibit their products for Whole Foods Market foragers/buyers, Columbia University procurement representatives and other program retail partners.

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From Ice Cream To Shaving Cream, The Harlem Buyer Fair 2017 At Columbia University

On Friday, December 15, 2018, Columbia University hosted the “Harlem Buyer Fair” with about 30 local food, bodycare and gift vendors from Harlem on its Morningside campus. Continue Reading →

A Harlemites Story, From Addiction To Academician

The Day reports that for anyone down on their luck, out of it, angry, isolated, drug-addicted or simply fed up with it all, Harlem man George Walker has a new year message. Continue Reading →

“Affordable” Apartments Today In Harlem (Update)

6sqft reports that applications are now being accepted for five affordable units at 517 West 134th Street, in the burgeoning Manhattan neighborhood of West Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep Espaillat Announces More Than $500 Million In Grant Money For NY District

Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat, announces more than $500 million total grant funding has been awarded to projects benefitting constituents of New York’s 13th congressional district. Continue Reading →

Dr. Erica N. Walker Talks “Hidden Figures” In Math At Columbia University In Harlem

Teachers College, Columbia University presents the exclusive 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Erica N. Walker. Continue Reading →

Harlem Coffee Shop Signs On At Columbia’s Manhattanville Campus

The Commercial Observer reports that a local Harlem coffee shop plans to open its second location in Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus, according to a press release from the institution. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Columbia University Makes $100 Million Investment In Diversity

Columbia University is taking steps to make sure its faculty and student body look more like the world around it, and this is helping the New York City school remain a diversity leader among institutions of higher education, especially Ivy League schools. Continue Reading →

Harlem Local Vendor Program Info Session 2017 At Columbia Business School In Harlem

You are invited to learn more about the Harlem Local Vendor Program, a program designed to provide local Harlem vendors with the opportunity to exhibit their products for Whole Foods Market foragers/buyers, Columbia University procurement representatives and other program retail partners.

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J. Max Bond Jr., Honored With Street Name In Harlem

Join NYC Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, NYS Senator Marisol Alcantara, NYS Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa, Office of Rep. Adriano EspaillatContinue Reading →

Special Riverside Chat On Government Support For Life Sciences At Columbia In Harlem

One year ago, Mayor De Blasio announced $500 million for life-science initiatives in New York City, and every year SBA administers SBIR/STTR grants in the range of hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars each. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Newest Hot Pot Slam Dunk Any Chinese Restaurant In NYC

Eater reports that Broadway from 100th to 116th Streets in Upper Manhattan may be poised to become a hotbed of northern Chinese and Korean eats. Continue Reading →