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A First-in-the-Nation Scholarship for Middle Class Students

A First-in-the-Nation Scholarship for Middle Class Students

A scholarship program offers free tuition at CUNY or SUNY colleges to students whose family income is under $100,000.

Lehman and UNITY: Leveling the Playing Field

Lehman and UNITY: Leveling the Playing Field

More than 100 New York media professionals joined Lehman College students, alumni and faculty March 28, for a reception at the university’s Multimedia Center.

Bronxites Brace for School Closures

Bronxites Brace for School Closures

Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, and Grace Dodge are three Bronx schools set to close. Students react to the news.

The Wave Hill Public Garden

Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx and also one of the most beautiful spots in New York City.

Lavelle School for the Blind

Lavelle School for the Blind is a Bronx school providing quality education for all children who are blind, deaf and physically disabled.

Lehman College Science Building

Lehman College is building a new science building, the first environmentally-friendly building on campus.

Toss the Textbooks?

Toss the Textbooks?

At St. Margaret of Cortona, in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, textbooks are being replaced with iPads in every classroom.

10 Things You Won’t Find on a French Campus

10 Things You Won’t Find on a French Campus

Here are some of the flora and fauna, accessories and hardware that you find in the U.S., but not across the pond.

CUNY’s Citizenship and Immigration Project

Carlos Sierra, special projects and community outreach assistant discusses the CUNY Citizenship and Immigration Project.

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