Apparently, a lot of folks love—and vote for—Louis. Enough so that the Partners in Preservation Program has awarded a $150,000 grant to the Louis Armstrong House Museum to help preserve the jazz giant’s residence in Corona.
Initially created to document the activities of several Queens College students who had participated in the Civil Rights Movement, the college’s Civil Rights Archive recently announced the acquisition of a new collection—this one from a QC faculty member.
A fishermen’s hut (verbúð in Icelandic) from the first part of the 15th century was discovered during archaeological research at Gufuskálavör on Snæfellsnes peninsula this summer. It is likely the first verbúð from that period to be excavated in its entirety.
Ever wanted to catch someone in a lie? In a new study, Television Viewing and the Ability to Detect Deception, Baruch College Professor Brian Householder and Dr. Norman Wong explain how particular television programs may enhance your ability to detect deception.
When shopping for honey, have you ever wondered what the difference is between one variety and another? Are there kinds that are better to use for cooking and others for eating?
JULIA BLUHM, a 14-year-old in Waterville, Me., got angry looking at all the perfect models in Seventeen magazine, with their digitally retouched skin and super thin waistlines.
“New York is a city of contrasts,” the analysis began. “An amazing, infinite, inspiring, shocking, beautiful, ugly, old, new city of seven million plus.” Seven decades later, it still is. The same adjectives apply, but the city is even bigger: The population has grown to a record 8.3 million.
A snapshot of Manhattan’s neighborhoods from 70 years ago can now be explored on the Welcome to 1940s New York website.
By Alexander Abad-Santos June 4, 2012 The City University of New York’s project on 1940s New York launched today charting 1940s Censu-..ooooh my gosh $30 dollar rent! Whew, sorry, got distracted there. Where were we? CUNY’s Center for Urban Research launched a project entitled Welcome to 1940s New York today–a look socioeconomic climate of the city in […]
The CUNY Dominican Studies Institute at The City College of New York (CUNY DSI) announced today that it has made accessible on the Internet an extensive collection of photographs of places and monuments from early colonial times of the Dominican Republic.
College of Staten Island English major Dakota Dawkins cut the ribbon on the College’s new residential village, with the pride of winning the naming competition for the College’s first new construction project since the opening of the Willowbrook campus in 1993.
Winston Douglas has been named the CUNYAC/Con Edison Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for the week of 12/10 – 12/16 after picking up his seventh double-double of the season…Edward Roscigno has been named the CUNYAC/Con Edison Men&rsquo…
Jessica Duleba has been named the CUNYAC/Con Edison Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the week of 12/10 – 12/16 after leading Baruch to two wins…Megan Myhre has been named the CUNYAC/Con Edison Women’s Basketball Rookie of t…
CUNY Journalism Press, the academic imprint of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, will publish The Illustrated Courtroom: 50 Years of Court Art in early 2014. This is the fifth title to be announced by the new publishing venture. The first, Distant Witness: Social Media, the Arab Spring and a Journalism Revolution, by NPR’s senior [...]
The New York Times examines how The NCC’s Ethnographies of Work course gives students new perspectives on work and careers. To read the article, click here>>
Tiffany Ivey, a Queensborough Community College student majoring in Health Related Sciences, was awarded a prestigious scholarship by the NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Vasily Kolchenko, associate professor of biological sciences at New York City College of Technology (City Tech), is a key player on a research team that recently made a breakthrough with enormous potential significance for the treatment of serious diseases.
Hear what “This American Life” host Ira Glass had to say at the Dec. 13th commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2012. 2012 Commencement: Ira Glass, Host, PRI’s “This American Life” from CUNY Grad School of Journalism on Vimeo. By Lauren Rothman Class of 2013 Ira Glass, often regarded as an unconventional journalist, had unconventional [...]