A body was pulled Tuesday from the Hudson River offshore from Washington Heights, and police said the body matched the description of a Harlem high school student who waded into the river last week.
According to police, Omotayo Adeoye, a student at the High School for Math, Science and Engineering at City College, jumped into the Hudson River after allegedly being caught cheating on a test.
He’s compiled all his stories into a book called “The New York Nobody Knows,” even though he hasn’t yet finished his walking tour of the entire city.
A published report Monday said City College of New York has suspended two students indefinitely, after they were allegedly accused of trying to incite a riot in a protest against the shutdown of a community center.
Lawrence Elliot, 49, said nothing to the victim when he was offered to speak at his sentencing Wednesday.
A man was struck and killed by a subway train near City College in Upper Manhattan Friday evening, causing a commuter mess on the No. 1 train line.
Pitching his budget proposals to an audience at City College on Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said one of his top priorities is raising the state’s minimum wage.