City College Student Connie Lok Does More In Harlem

city collegs habitat for huminityHabitat For Humanity posted a story today on Connie Lok, she is the City College Harlem Campus Chapter President. Continue Reading →

Michigan Furniture Company, Harlem, 1905

2174 3rd Avenue. Michigan Furniture Co.This is a great street view of a four story furniture store stone building of the Michigan Furniture Co at 2174 3rd Avenue (at 118th Street), East Harlem, New York, 1905. Continue Reading →

White Walls: Men of Color in Higher Education Speak

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Black History Month will be celebrated at St. Philips Church in collaboration with St. Philips Church Credit Union, RAP-SI  Reading, Achievement, Professionalism Success Institute a project of the CUNY BMI (Black Male Initiative). Continue Reading →

New City College Model Is Ex-Apple Exec Scott Forstall

19cn2juwxs3ikpngYou thought you’d heard the last of Scott Forstall when he was ousted from his Cupertino corner office a little more than a year ago over the Apple Maps fiasco. Continue Reading →

East Meets West Tocho Swing Beats and The Harlem Jazz Masters

East Meets West Tocho Swing Beats and The Harlem Jazz MastersPhotos by Seitu Oronde

The East Meets West Tocho Swing Beats and The Harlem Jazz Masters at Aaron Davis Hall at City College in Harlem, N. Y. Continue Reading →

Concert for Harlem University’s Morales/Shakur Center

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*The name attributed to City College by protesters around the time of the 1969 struggles which resulted in the school’s ‘Open Admissions’ policy, implemented in 1970. Continue Reading →

Rangel Center Expansion Plan Skips Community Board

rangel centerA plan to add three-stories to the home of the Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service at City College has residents crying foul because the public was never made aware of the addition. Continue Reading →

City College students hit with riot charges

City College, NYCTwo City College students were hit with riot charges Monday for leading last month’s storming of a controversial campus student center that had been reclaimed by the administration, sources told The Post. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s 145th Street The Fastest Growing in NYC

Anchored by Convent Ave., one of the city’s prettiest brownstone blocks, Harlem around 145th St. and St. Nicholas Ave., is easily one of the fast-growing neighborhoods and potentially explosive housing micro-markets in all of New York City. Continue Reading →