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2105, 2019

Congratulations, Class of 2019!

Commencement Read how Viola Davis inspired graduates of Barnard's 127th Commencement — our largest ever — at Radio City Music Hall.  

2605, 2019

St. John the Divine (@StJohnDivineNYC )

This weekend, we're thrilled to participate in @NYLCstaff's Sacred Sites Open House Weekend! In addition, we have a slew of tours and workshops for people of all ages and interests! See the full offering on [...]

1805, 2019

JTS (@JTSVoice )

A virtual minyan? Communal prayer in the digital age? Learn more in this webinar:

1805, 2019

JTS (@JTSVoice )

How should we count the Jewish community to affirm each person's wholeness? Arielle Levites on #Emor #JTStorah …

705, 2019

NYC Recycling Rules for Businesses

All businesses in New York City are required to recycle certain materials and ensure to their best ability that those recyclable materials are properly handled by their private carter. Look inside for a description of [...]

2405, 2019

Michael Paulson (@MichaelPaulson )

Can't wait for the Tony Awards? Here are videos of performers from 7 nominated musicals performing songs from their shows for #TimesEvents 

1305, 2019

Mount Sinai St. Luke's (@MSStLukesNYC )

Happy #NationalNursesWeek!Meet Greg, Assistant Nursing Care Coordinator at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s!Read more of what Greg had to say about being a #nurse on our Facebook! …

2605, 2019

The Riverside Church (@RiversideNYC )

Jesus our shepherd and prophet. Jesus in the garden, at table, on the cross. We see you: healing all, feeding all, gathering the children, washing the feet of those who serve.

2405, 2019

A Civic Engineer Reflects

“I believe that our march toward universal access & educational rights is ultimately unstoppable, because that’s what this kind of society is all about.” After 12 years as TC’s chief academic officer, Tom James reflects [...]

1005, 2019

LaGrange and the Lynching Tree

Bobbie Hart Bobbie Hart has lived in or near LaGrange, Ga., for her entire life; before 2015, she had never heard about Austin Callaway’s lynching. Like so many other acts of terror, Callaway’s abduction and [...]