Now is the time for every college in the country to fight hard for the next massive investment in higher education, writes Matthew J. Camp.

Books or Bombs? Inside Higher Ed, By Matthew J. Camp, September 14, 2021 Sept. 2 marked the anniversary of the National Defense Education Act, the law signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958 to vastly expand funding for colleges and universities. The country has been the better for it ever since. Eisenhower famously warned about the military-industrial complex and how every dollar spent>>>

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Support Upper Manhattan Small Businesses When Shopping for Back to School

It’s time for back-to-school shopping! Get yours done easily by picking up books, notebooks, art supplies and more at locally owned businesses in Morningside Heights, Harlem, and Washington Heights. Small Business Support Upper Manhattan Small Businesses When Shopping for Back to School By Maggie Barrows August 24, 2021 Inside Book Culture’s West 112th Street store. Ready to start>>>

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Sebastian Fries, PhD – President & CEO, International House New York

Sebastian Fries joined I-House as President and CEO in May 2021. Prior to I-House he served as the inaugural Executive Director of Corporate Partnerships at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, where he led industry relations between Columbia faculty and Fortune 500 corporations. Prior to Columbia, Fries was the Chief Giving Officer at TOMS Shoes in Los Angeles, CA, where he led the>>>

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Nikole Hannah-Jones, in Conversation with TC’s Stephanie Rowley, to Headline Reimagining Education Institute

At the 6th Annual Reimagining Education: Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse Schools, more than 1,000 educators will join in professional development to explore teaching, learning and leading for a racially just society with a keynote conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones and TC’s Stephanie Rowley. Don’t miss it. ⬇️ More than 1,000 Educators will join in>>>

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This year, Columbia Community Service will distribute $300,000 in grants to 52 H…

This year, Columbia Community Service will distribute $300,000 in grants to 52 Harlem and Morningside Heights organizations that fight hunger, provide social services, and fill educational gaps for local youth in the areas of STEM, arts, and literacy. This year’s grantees include 5 first-time recipients, whose grants will support programs providing arts instruction in schools, housing and>>>

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Columbia Covid19 Vaccine Locations

All locations are open to people ages 16+ unless noted otherwise.   Black Building 650 W. 168th St. If 16 or 17 years old, must be a Columbia Doctors patient.   The Armory 216 Fort Washington Avenue (Enter on 169th Street) For ages 18 and older only.   Columbia Doctors Midtown 51 W. 51st St.   Columbia Doctors Manhattan Valley 2702 Broadway (Opening April 20)   Wellness>>>

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