No doubt New York City is pretty wondrous, but so are the surrounding areas. Trains departing regularly from Grand Central take you to tiny towns, great art, manicured gardens with stunning views, and even an abandoned castle in the middle of the Hudson River.
Yale junior Brandon Sherrod has chosen harmonies over the hardwood, at least for a year.
Kwasi Enin, 17, of Mastic Beach, who was accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, has decided to attend Yale University this fall.
A 17-year-old Long Island student has accomplished what few believe is possible.
Since March there have been a total of seven confirmed cases on the New Jersey campus, the most recent last week.
Levin, 65, has served longer than any other president currently in the Ivy League or the 61-member Association of American Universities. He plans to take a sabbatical and write a book.
Gac Filipaj walked at Columbia’s commencement ceremony this morning, capping a nearly 20-year journey from his home in Yugoslavia to a B.A. in Classics. Oh, and he graduated with honors.
There is another plea deal in the case of the Columbia University drug ring.
Voters in Princeton Township and Princeton Borough have decided to combine their two towns, after having rejected consolidation at least three previous times in the past 60 years.
New York prosecutors are offering no-jail plea deals to four of the five Columbia University students charged with selling LSD-spiked candy and other drugs on the Ivy League campus.
Princeton’s Douglas Davis hit a leaning jump shot at the buzzer to give the Tigers a trip to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2004 with a wild 63-62 win over Harvard.
The New York Metropolitans just got exponentially smarter. We don’t know if they got any better.