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Opinion: This Fall, New York City Schools Should Return to Better Than ‘Normal’

“We are in an unprecedented situation in history: Educators and school officials have the opportunity to seize this moment to blaze a way forward that actually creates a state of equity in education and benefits every single child in our public school system,” writes TC alumna Selena Carrión in City Limits. Opinion: This Fall, New York City Schools Should Return to Better Than>>>

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MSM Percussion Ensemble: Spiritual Gifts

Enjoy this performance of MSM Percussion Ensemble performing “Spiritual Gifts” by Joe W. Moore, III 🎶 “In Moore’s quartet, Spiritual Gifts, each short movement evokes some of the “gifts” with which we are born; Reverence, Wisdom, Fortitude, and Understanding & Knowledge. Each miniature utilizes a specific character and tessitura, combining them all>>>

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Cathedral Community Update: Philip Binioris of the Hungarian Pastry Shop

The Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III, Dean, invites the Cathedral community to join a virtual conversation to share updates on the Cathedral’s most urgent priorities this summer. The Dean will be joined by Philip Binioris, owner of the Hungarian Pastry Shop. First opened in 1961, the Hungarian Pastry Shop is part of the fabric of Morningside Heights, a place where students and residents come to for>>>

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Weekly Earth Institute Sunday Sanity Song and Story Swap

Sustain What? Weekly Earth Institute Sunday Sanity Song and Story Swap It’s hard to heal a planet, or a community, without a big dose of the arts. That’s why, each Sunday, our Earth Institute webcast shifts from digging in on the issues of the day to recharging hearts and building community through song, verse and more. You never know what you’ll see or hear on our weekly Sunday>>>

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Harlem Meer Performance Festival: Wangari Fahari

Known as the “voice of Kenya,” Wangari Fahari is a Kenyan singer, writer, activist, and founder of the Fahari Brand. Mentored by Miriam Makeba and Joan Baez, Wangari learned at a young age the power of music. She is best known for her modern African soundscapes, taking an unusual and innovative approach to her music. Her work features opportunities for continuous improvisation and fusion>>>

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THURSDAY — Learn about TC’s TESOL Certificate Program at during this week’s online information session. Program leaders will review the program format, curriculum, guided mentor practicum, program workload, application process, and host a Q&A. Learn more and register to join us:

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Religion and the History of Hip Hop 2010s–Present

The final installment of Religion and the History of Black Music, about the role of religion and spirituality in hip hop from 2010 to the present day, will take place next Wedneday, August 4. Register now!
Religion and the History of Black Music From the Rise of Gospel to the Reign of Hip Hop

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We’re getting closer to opening our doors for Fall 2021! Zankel Hall missed you. 💙 If you’ll be walking through these doors for the fall semester, we wanted to share a friendly reminder that all individuals who plan to access campus on or after August 1 must submit proof of vaccination no later than 10 days in advance of the date which they plan to access campus. 👉>>>

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