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West Harlem »

Seafood Restaurant Brings Mango Ceviche and Seafood Towers to West Harlem

BTH, which stands for By The Hudson, is set to open Thursday at 712 W. 125th St.

Morningside Heights »

Hundreds Protest Columbia University's Handling of Sexual Assault Cases

Mattresses collected from student dorm rooms were used as a symbol of the weight survivors carry.

West Harlem »

Local Filmmakers Shine in Harlem International Movie Festival

The festival begins Wednesday with the U.S. premier of a film about the life and legacy of Desmond Tutu.

Morningside Heights »

Rape Victim Protests Columbia Policy by Carrying Around a Mattress

A student activist will carry a mattress with her everywhere until her rapist is removed from campus.

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.

Morningside Heights »

Columbia University Says New Sexual Assault Review Process Will Be 'Fairer'

The new policy focuses on changes to the hearing process, but students said it doesn't go far enough. 

Upper West Side »

Brewery-Inspired Beer Hall Opening Near Columbia University

The owner of Heartland Brewery is opening Bernheim and Schwartz in the old Havana Central space. 

Morningside Heights »

Soldier Returning From Afghanistan Surprises Daughter at Graduation

Capt. Keith Robinson flew halfway around the world to see his daughter graduate from Columbia.  

Upper West Side »

Columbia Rape Crisis Center to Operate 24/7

Columbia is also adding another rape crisis center amid criticism over its handling of sexual assaults.

Upper West Side »

Columbia Dental Student Remembered by Hundreds at Memorial Service

Friends and family described Jiwon Lee, who struggled with depression, as a leader and storyteller.

Upper West Side »

Missing Columbia Dental Student's Body Found in Hudson River, Police Say

Jiwon Lee, 29, was found in the Hudson River near West 86th Street on Saturday, police said. 

Morningside Heights »

Columbia Students File Complaint Over Treatment of Sexual Assault Victims

Students say the university regularly brushes sexual assault cases under the rug, violating the law.

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.

West Harlem »

Last Minute Summer Camp Options For Parents Who Don't Like To Plan

Some camps in the city take registrations on a week-to-week basis and can expand with demand.

West Harlem »

Group Distributing Columbia Cash Gets Tough on Grants

Distribution of $2 million in grants in 2014 will be based on the applicants' strategic goals.

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