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West Harlem »

Harlem Students Trade Summer Sun and Fun for Labs and Apps

Two dozen Harlem high schoolers spent their summer doing app development and engineering design.

Central Harlem »

Uptown Entrepreneurs Pitch Tech Ideas in Bid to Put Harlem on App Map

Companies will have the chance to pitch their apps to potential investors at the first Harlem Demo Day.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Students Suspended After Protest to Be Reinstated

Tafadar Sourov and Khalil Vasquez will remain suspended for the fall semester, their lawyer said Friday.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Offers Students New Space After Yanking Controversial Center

The college is offering a former firehouse on 140th St. and Convent Ave. for student space.

Civic Center »

CUNY Protesters Cheered After Judge Releases Them Without Bail

A Manhattan judge released the two City College students accused of leading a protest last month.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Protesters Arrested a Month After Rally

Tafadar Sourov and Khalil Vasquez turned themselves in to police on Monday.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Protest Leaders Suspended As Demonstrations Continue

Dozens of City College students marched through Harlem Monday to protest community center's closure.

Hamilton Heights »

Man Arrested During City College Protest Over Shuttered Community Space

An alumnus of the college was pepper sprayed during the protest.

Central Harlem »

City College Scholarships to Help Train Harlem Food Industry Professionals

The Harlem Ambassador Culinary Training Initiative will coach 10 Harlem restaurant workers.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Students Demand Return of Community Space

The Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur center was taken over and repurposed by City College.

Hamilton Heights »

150 People in Limbo After Hamilton Heights Blaze Sparked by Air Conditioner

The Department of Buildings issued a full vacate order on the 41-unit building due to instability.

Hamilton Heights »

Colin Powell Helps City College Re-Launch ROTC Program

Powell, a 1958 graduate of the school, was a member of the ROTC there.

Hamilton Heights »

City College Hot Spot Is Restaurateur's Latest Bet

Coccola, which means hug or cuddle in Italian, opened at West 139th Street and Amsterdam Ave. last week.

Hamilton Heights »

Two Shot Near City College in Harlem

A man and a teenager were shot near West 136th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, the FDNY said.

Jackson Heights »

'Halalathon' Champion Bests Vendy Winner for Best Halal in Jackson Heights

Queens food bloggers and some lucky volunteers crowned a "Halalathon" champion on Monday.

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