The Harlem Junior Tennis And Education Program Celebrates 42 Years

SM_HARLEM_JR_TENNIS_CELEBRATION_2014_017Tennis stars and celebrities including James Blake, Mayor David Dinkins, Jeanne Ashe and more, with the evening’s emcee, Al Roker of the Today Show. were on hand to celebrate the Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program’s 42 years of Service.  Continue Reading →

HSA Offers Teens Scholarships in Harlem

hsa sholarships in harlemOn May 4 – 9, auditions will be held for HSA Prep, Harlem School of the Arts’ full year merit scholarship program for students ages 12 – 17 who have a strong interest in advance level training in visual art, theatre, music and dance.   Continue Reading →

Harvard Announce No Tuition and No Student Loans

From D. Weaver

Harvard University announced over the weekend that from now on undergraduate students from low-income families will pay no tuition. In making the announcement, Harvard’s president Lawrence H. Summers said, “When only ten percent of the students in elite higher education come from families in the lower half of the income distribution, we are not doing enough. Continue Reading →

Ryan Leslie, Another Harlem Phenom

RYANLESLIEAt 15, he went to Harvard. At 19, he had a degree in government and politics. At 29, Ryan Leslie is a budding hip-hop mogul.

It’s Thursday in Manhattan, and Ryan Leslie is getting down to business: the complicated, consuming, cutting-edge business of creating Ryan Leslie.

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