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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.

New Yorkers Evaluate Trump’s Performance

New Yorkers Evaluate Trump’s Performance

Some thumbs up, others down, yet still others say “Wait and see.”

Lactation Rooms Offer Relief for Students

Lactation Rooms Offer Relief for Students

College campuses are providing lactation rooms and workshops for expectant and new mothers.

Travel Ban and Higher Ed

Travel Ban and Higher Ed

President Trump’s travel ban has had a large impact on colleges and international students.

It Isn’t Easy Being Green in New York City

It Isn’t Easy Being Green in New York City

The city’s Green Party works to make issues like air and water quality a priority.

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

The rally’s goal was to focus on the indispensable role women play in daily life in tangible and intangible ways.

Trump’s Wall or New York Contracts

Trump’s Wall or New York Contracts

“Companies have a choice, help build the wall, a monument to racism and bigotry, or do business in New York City.”

Climate Change Conversation Heats Up

Climate Change Conversation Heats Up

Al Gore shares messages of urgency and hope on global warming.

Pete’s Cafe in Belmont Reopens

Pete’s Cafe in Belmont Reopens

In March of 2015, a fire shut down the cafe, today it is back in business.