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This year’s general election is on November 2. To vote absentee for mayor, city council and on ballot initiatives, submit a request by October 18 online, by email, by phone, by fax, or by mail. Absentee voting is available to all New Yorkers this year.

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In this year’s general election, on November 2, New Yorkers will be voting for m…

In this year’s general election, on November 2, New Yorkers will be voting for mayor, borough president, city council, and more local offices. There’s also important ballot initiatives to vote on! If you want to vote absentee (available to everyone because of the COVID-19 pandemic), submit a request by October 18 online, by email, by phone, by fax, or by mail. Learn more about voting>>>

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The Making of Tremün: A Documentary

MSM Precollege faculty member Alejandro Mendoza and MSM alumnus Dr. Patricio Molina (BM ’12, MM ’14) are taking part in a concert at Carnegie Hall this Friday OCT 15 that features nine new works by Latinx composers. Called “Tremün: Celebrating Indigenous Roots” from Chile, the event supports Notes for Growth Foundation, a music education group that sends donated>>>

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This week we are celebrating Information Technology Week 2021 at Mount Sinai Mor…

This week we are celebrating Information Technology Week 2021 at Mount Sinai Morningside! The IT team are an integral part of hospital-wide operations. We are grateful for their continued compassion, agility, teamwork, and dedication to providing high-quality technological services to our staff and patients that impacts all levels of the hospital. To celebrate this week, we sat down with three>>>

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First Steps at TC and Beyond: Student Joey Uy

Joey Uy, a master’s student in the International Educational Development program, is one of several students who began their scholarship at TC virtually, and stepped on campus for the first time this fall. Learn more about Uy:
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Tomorrow (10/13) is the final day to apply for the 12th Cohort of the InTOuCH Community Health Worker program! The 8-week training program includes interactive sessions from experts in different health topics, and allows participants to become healthy influences in their communities.

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MSM Spotlight: Remee Ashley (MM ’22) performs tenor trombone with MSM Jazz Orchestra on Oct 12 at 7:30 PM – Manhattan School of …

MSM SPOTLIGHT: Meet MSM tenor trombone student Remee Ashley (MM ’22) performing with other talented MSM Jazz Arts students on TUES OCT 12 at 7:30 PM as part of the MSM Jazz Orchestra. Their concert “The Count Basie Big Band Legacy” is conducted by the legendary Jon Faddis . MSM Spotlight: Remee Ashley (MM ’22) performs along with other students in the MSM Jazz Orchestra on>>>

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Uptown Night Market Hosts Taste of Harlem

This Thursday, October 14, check out Taste of Harlem at the Uptown Night Market on 12th Avenue at West 135th Street! Starting at 4 PM, check out stands from local food vendors, get free giveaways from sponsors, and enjoy live performances from local musicians. Uptown Night Market is coming to West Harlem! Every 2nd Thursday of the Month from July-Nov, 4-10pm: Food, beverages, merch, arts &>>>

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Elsa Stamatopoulou, Director of the Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Program, writes about how Columbia and other universities can better recognize indigenous history. #IndigenousPeoplesDay

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What Is the History of Indigenous Peoples at Columbia University?

This #IndigenousPeoplesDay, we sat down to hear from those within our community about the history of the land, activism at the University, and ongoing research and relationship building.
This Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we’ve gathered Columbia students, faculty, and staff to reflect on the indigenous history of the land on which the University s…

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Interview with Stephanie Simon on NY1

Watch MSM faculty member Kariné Poghosyan, Pianist speak to Spectrum News NY1about her concert at Carnegie Hall this Wed, OCT 13!
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What a joy to speak with the amazing Stephanie Simon on @Spectrum NY1 this morning! We chatted about my upcoming performance at Carnegie Hall & the indomi…
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TC to Partner with Columbia on Climate Change Education Initiatives Funded by the National Science Foundation

“Now, more than ever, our schools need quality climate science education based on leading research & technologies.” A new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant funds a Columbia research center that will receive support from TC faculty on developing climate change curriculum for NYC. #TCFaculty The $25 million grant funds a new Columbia research center that will receive support>>>

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Decoding Trauma: TC’s George Bonanno on 9/11, the Pandemic and How Flexibility is the Key to Survival

Though known as the go-to expert on the psychological effects of traumatic experiences, TC’s George Bonanno is more optimistic than one might think. Resilience, despite pain and suffering, is more prevalent than most assume, Bonanno explains in his latest book. #WorldMentalHealthDay In his book released on Sept. 7, the Professor of Clinical Psychology details how his decades of research>>>

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