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How to Be a Good Neighbor

2018-12-13T15:14:15+00:00

How can you be a good neighbor? Below is an excerpt of a great article found by a local student, Nicholas.   ..... I’m sure we’ve all dealt with terrible neighbors at one point or another. Bad neighbors are the ones who play their music loudly at all times of the day and who let their family and friends steal the coveted parking space in front of your property. Back in the good old day’s neighbors used to greet [...]

How to Be a Good Neighbor 2018-12-13T15:14:15+00:00

Yu Kitchen

2018-12-13T12:49:53+00:00

The best Chinese street food boutique in Manhattan. Lava soup Malatang(vegetables and meat cooked in a spicy soup) is our specialty. We also have Chinese style beef noodle soup, steamed buns, dumplings and some special cold dishes. Come and melt your tongue! Yu Kitchen 2656 Broadway (btwn 100th and 101st Streets) New York, NY 10025 (212) 678-8784    

Yu Kitchen 2018-12-13T12:49:53+00:00

Mekong

2018-12-13T13:08:18+00:00

Formerly known as Tom & Yum, Mekong is a brand new Vietnamese and Thai restaurant in the heart of the Upper West Side. Come in for our lunch specials, which change daily and always include a free beverage. You'll enjoy traditional dishes like pho dac biet and tom yum soup!

Mekong 2018-12-13T13:08:18+00:00

Statement on Race-Related Incident at Columbia University

2018-12-15T23:57:53+00:00

Our students' safety and well-being is of the utmost concern to the College. Following the incident early Sunday morning on Columbia University's campus in which a group of mostly black students (many from Barnard) were verbally harassed by a Columbia student advocating racist beliefs, Barnard College has banned the student depicted in the video from our campus. This decision was in direct response to Barnard students’ reports of race-related harassment and discrimination complaints based on his actions, which included targeting students [...]

Statement on Race-Related Incident at Columbia University 2018-12-15T23:57:53+00:00

Denouncing Racism

2018-12-11T23:19:59+00:00

Community Messages The following email was sent to Barnard students on December 9, 2018: Dear Barnard Students: We regret to inform you of an incident that occurred early yesterday morning on the Columbia University campus in which a group of mostly black students (many from Barnard) were verbally harassed by a Columbia student advocating racist beliefs. This hateful speech and reprehensible behavior, which is under investigation, is an act of aggression and racism that affects the entire University community and goes [...]

Denouncing Racism 2018-12-11T23:19:59+00:00

Union Theological Seminary joins with Morningside Heights Community Coalition and P.A.’L.A.N.T.E to Protect and Support Vulnerable New Yorkers

2018-12-04T13:33:00+00:00

Announces Community Investment Initiative to Address Homelessness and Support Social Justice Funded Through Innovative Partnership with Lendlease and L+M (December 4, 2018 – NEW YORK) – Union Theological Seminary today announced its plan for a $5 million community investment initiative, alongside the Morningside Heights Community Coalition and P.A.’L.A.N.T.E., funded through an innovative partnership with Lendlease and L+M. Union is in the middle of a comprehensive campus revitalization to secure its future as an institution that trains people of all faiths who [...]

Union Theological Seminary joins with Morningside Heights Community Coalition and P.A.’L.A.N.T.E to Protect and Support Vulnerable New Yorkers 2018-12-04T13:33:00+00:00

Children Do Better in Math When Parents Conquer Their Own Math Fears

2018-12-15T23:57:54+00:00

college presidentSTEM A new study, led by Barnard College President Sian Leah Beilock, a nationally recognized cognitive scientist who studies the pressures children face in school, reveals that when parents who are anxious about math engage in an interactive math app with their children, their children’s math achievement improves for the long term. The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, followed children from first through third grade and also found that exposure to the math app changed parents’ own [...]

Children Do Better in Math When Parents Conquer Their Own Math Fears 2018-12-15T23:57:54+00:00

Maharaja Palace

2018-12-13T15:46:33+00:00

With our delicious food, authentic decor, traditional music, a meal at Maharajah Palace is like taking a trip from the New York to India! History Established in 2013. This is our second location in Manhattan.Maharajah Palace offers the freshest & best quality ingredients of any Indian restaurant in harlem.All of our food is made to order from scratch. You will be impressed by the quality and presentation of our food coupled with our friendly and personal service. You can never go [...]

Maharaja Palace 2018-12-13T15:46:33+00:00

Cafe Frederick

2018-12-13T16:00:37+00:00

Cafe Frederick Harlem Parlor is a celebration of passionately brewed coffee, food, and a great beer and wine selection. Here, ideas and collaboration are encouraged. We believe that fresh brewed coffee, delicious crepes, terrific beer and wine, and a friendly, laid back vibe are the perfect backdrop for ideas to bloom and work to get done. Some come here to work on their school projects, others for coffee on the way to work, and more still to use our cafe as [...]

Cafe Frederick 2018-12-13T16:00:37+00:00

Buchetta Brick Oven Pizza

2018-12-13T15:30:51+00:00

We are a "hole" in the wall with seating for twenty displaying the fine makings of pizzaiolo Attilio Reale, a Naples native who set up the pizza program at the Setai in South Beach.  Reale went to culinary school in Turin and some describe his crusts as being a bit crispier than the typical Neapolitan pie -- "somewhere between Neapolitan and Roman."  In addition, he'll be offering daily pastas such as lasagna bolognese, whole-wheat lasagna, and cannelloni -- all of them [...]

Buchetta Brick Oven Pizza 2018-12-13T15:30:51+00:00

Richie’s Burger Joint

2018-12-13T15:08:30+00:00

Richie Schatz joined the family business at an early age…  passionate about the legacy of his family business, he has worked side by side with his father, through out his life and full time for the last 10 years. He has created Richie’s burger Rub, A hearty and home cooked prepared food menu for take out and now most recently Richie’s Burger Joint, with opening of their new location at 2665 Broadway between 101st & 102nd St.

Richie’s Burger Joint 2018-12-13T15:08:30+00:00

Osteria 106

2018-12-13T13:54:32+00:00

Bringing a fresh approach to the familiar landscape of authentic Italian cuisine. Offering a unique exploration of traditional and modern Italian cooking and wine. Our aim is to bring a relaxed, comfortable and charming experience with unpretentious, friendly and professional service.

Osteria 106 2018-12-13T13:54:32+00:00

E’s Bar

2018-12-13T13:34:29+00:00

e's BAR is a neighborhood joint with good food, good drinks, fun games and smiling people. Reminiscent of the dive bars we group up in...for grown ups. 2888 Broadway (btwn 112th and 113th Streets) New York, NY 10025 (212) 864-1143 https://e-barnyc.com/

E’s Bar 2018-12-13T13:34:29+00:00

Meet Barnard’s Student Athletes: Rowers Elizabeth Neuhauser ’22 & Maya Hartleben ’19

2018-12-15T23:57:56+00:00

athleticsstudents One of the many aspects students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in NCAA Division I Athletics through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium. Barnard is the only college for women—and one of only a few liberal arts colleges in the country—to offer Division I athletics. The interviews below are the next installment in our 2018-19 scholar-athlete series. Barnard women have an excellent showing on this year's women’s rowing team, and three Barnard students are on the heavyweight [...]

Meet Barnard’s Student Athletes: Rowers Elizabeth Neuhauser ’22 & Maya Hartleben ’19 2018-12-15T23:57:56+00:00

Trinity-Union Fellows Program Renewed for 2019-20

2018-11-27T12:00:00+00:00

Trinity Church Wall Street (Trinity) and Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York (Union) have partnered to renew the Trinity Union Fellows Program for a 2nd year. The program, launched in 2017, brings up to six international students from China and India to Trinity and Union for one year of academic training and faith formation. Funded by a $750,000 grant from Trinity, the second cohort of Fellows will join other students in the Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M) degree [...]

Trinity-Union Fellows Program Renewed for 2019-20 2018-11-27T12:00:00+00:00
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