Police Release Sketch Of Teen Wanted In Attack On CUNY ProfessorAuthorities are trying to track down a group of teens wanted for beating up a City University of New York college professor inside a Staten Island park last week.
Police: CUNY Professor Beaten After Trying To Stop Teens From Setting Fire In Staten Island PlaygroundAuthorities say a City University of New York college professor was beaten by a group of teenagers when he tried to stop them from starting a fire.
CUNY, Staff Union Reach Deal After Working Without Contract For Nearly 7 YearsUnionized staffers have reached an agreement with the City of University of New York after working without a contract for nearly seven years.
Group Protests Outside Cuomo's Office Over CUNY FundingProtesters rallied Thursday outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Midtown East office, demanding adequate funding for the City University of New York.
Dozens Arrested At CUNY Faculty, Staff ProtestA faculty protest led to multiple arrests at the City University of New York in Midtown East Wednesday afternoon.
Multiple Tri-State Area Schools On Sexual Assault Investigation ListFor the first time, the U.S. Department of Education revealed its list of colleges under investigation on Thursday.
UES Residents Protest Plans For New Development That Includes Cancer Treatment CenterSome residents of the Upper East Side said Wednesday that they were so unhappy with plans for a new cancer treatment center that they think a garage full of garbage trucks would be preferable.
Research Center To Focus On Ecosystem, Climate Change Around Jamaica BayMayor Michael Bloomberg joined federal officials Monday to announce plans for a new research center focusing on the ecosystem around Jamaica Bay.
CUNY Receives $25 Million GrantThe City University of New York on Monday announced that it has received a $25 million donation from the Stella and Charles Guttmann Foundation, to support community college initiatives.
Officials: Most NYC High School Grads Need Remedial Help Before Entering CUNY Community CollegesOfficials told CBS 2 that nearly 80 percent of those who graudate from NYC high schools arrived at City University's community college system without having mastered the skills to do college-level work.
State Senate Confirms CUNY Law Professor To State's Highest CourtCity University of New York law professor Jenny Rivera was confirmed to the state’s highest court Monday by the state Senate, after some Republican senators faulted Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's choice for limited experience as a trial lawyer and judge.
Controversial Brooklyn College Event With Anti-Israel Speakers Goes On Calmly The speakers talked about using boycotts, divestment and sanctions to pressure Israel on how it treats Palestinian rights. The audience of roughly 200 people was mainly supportive.