Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

NYC’s international student numbers up amid immigration debate

The reputation of New York colleges is stronger than the anti-immigrant sentiment from Washington.

Veterans at CUNY schools bring ‘excellence, diversity and life experience’

The city colleges say they’ve seen an increase in veteran students.

Teachers from Maria affected zones allowed temp certification in NY

Instructors who were displaced by the storm are getting a second chance to help students.

Cornell Tech makes long-awaited Roosevelt Island opening

The city’s newest tech center is now online.

Power Station recording studio saved from closure

The last major recording studio got a recharge from the city and Berklee College.

American Museum of Natural History names its Titanosaur

The museum’s resident dino is christened.

Google donates $1M toward preserving Stonewall Inn LGBTQ stories

The history of one of the most important moments in the LGBT civil rights movement won’t be lost.

City’s LGBTQ historic sites get spotlight in tour

A historical tour of the village will examine some of the unsung locals in the LGTBQ rights movement.

March for Science in NYC rallies against Trump on Earth Day

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers rallied in the name of science and innovation.

Museum of the Moving Image launches Kickstarter for Jim Henson exhibit

The Queens museum seeks Muppet fans to showcase the beloved world.

Exhibit at the New-York Historical Society highlights early U.S. women

A show at the Upper West Side museum focuses on the women who made big impacts in the 18th and 19th Centuries.

Inside Columbia U’s Manhattanville expansion

After years of delays, the Ivy League school and the upper Manhattan community are ready for their big addition.

NYU to expand engineering school in Downtown Brooklyn

NYU is expanding its footprint in Brooklyn.

Statue of Liberty turns 130: A look back at Lady Liberty’s history

New York’s most iconic symbol just turned 130 and she hasn’t lost her luster.

Statue of Liberty Museum to open on Liberty Island in 2019

Liberty Island is going to be more packed soon.

NYC historical treasures on display at archaeological repository

Millions of relics dating back to the city’s history are now safely secured and available for future researchers.

New York student loan debt rising at rapid rate: Report

The student loan debt crisis is getting worse in the Big Apple.

New York Public Library’s main reading room reopens in October

The landmark branch is ready to show off its makeover.

Cornell Tech shows off green Roosevelt Island dorm

The world’s largest passive house is coming to Roosevelt Island.

NYC landmarks commission launches interactive map

New Yorkers will have a chance to check out the city’s historical treasures.