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Washington Heights »

President Obama Praises Washington Heights High Schooler

The President lauded the achievement of WHEELS senior Estiven Rodriguez.

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.

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.

Midtown »

Ben's Deli Raises College Tuition Money for Beloved Late Manager's Kids

The deli is marking what would have been Tarek Shbaan's birthday by raising money for his daughters.

Morningside Heights »

Make Columbia's Campus Your Gym

Stay fit and get outside with these exercises tailored to the Columbia campus.

Upper East Side »

Rockefeller University to Revamp Upper East Side Campus

The biomedical-based institution revealed some plans on a Community Board 8 webpage.

Carroll Gardens »

Brooklyn Students Awarded $25,000 in Scholarships Honoring Ed Koch

Five students from the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies won the college scholarships.

Upper East Side »

After Nearly Four Decades, Breast Cancer Survivor Graduates From College

Carol Berman will receive a psychology degree from Marymount Manhattan College with honors.

Midtown »

Hunter College Professor Stabbed in Anti-US Attack in Egypt

Professor Christopher Stone, head of Hunter College's Arabic Program, was attacked while on sabbatical.

Greenpoint »

'College Degree' Toilet Paper Shows Value of Higher Education, Artist Says

Artist Leon Reid IV's rolls are a statement about the futility of a college degree, he said.

New York City »

Ex-CIA Director David Petraeus Takes Teaching Job At CUNY

The former CIA chief, who resigned from his job after a sex scandal, will teach at CUNY.

Upper East Side »

'Smash' Choreographer Returns to Teach at Upper East Side College

Ryan Kasprzak returned to his alma mater to choreograph "Triumph of Love" after working on the hit show.

New York City »

Bloomberg Says City Kids Over-Coddled

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he worried that kids are being over-protected.

Breezy Point »

Family Mourns 24-Year-Old Woman Whose Body Was Found in Queens Marsh

The body of Marisha Cheong was found across from Bayside Avenue in Queens, police said.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Won't Let Incoming Freshmen Pick Their Own Roommates Anymore

Creating "geographic diversity" is the goal of a policy that will take effect in the fall.

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