New York Announces First Winners Of COVID Vaccination Scholarship IncentiveA few young New Yorkers have just learned the value of their COVID shots.
New York Making Push To Vaccinate College Students On CampusesSUNY and CUNY schools will lead the vaccine initiative, Cuomo said.
Coronavirus Update: Streets, Popular Sites Of New York City Look Different Amid State Of EmergencyIn fact, in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral, tourists had Fifth Avenue nearly to themselves. That's not the only spot.
Rarely Seen Jellyfish Revealed By New York-Based Research TeamA team led by CUNY professor Dr. David Gruber got pictures of a rarely seen jellyfish that lives off the Coast of Mexico.
CUNY Instructor Calls For Removal Of Columbus, Teddy Roosevelt StatuesA public hearing was held in Manhattan to give New Yorkers a chance to weigh-in on the statue removal debate.
2 Of Top 10 'Best Colleges For Your Money' Are In Tri-State AreaIf you're looking for bang for your buck, Money Magazine has ranked the 71 best colleges for your money.
Debate Rages Over New York's Free Public College Plan For Middle Class StudentsSome in New York are rejoicing Monday, as students from families who earn less than $125,000 a year are now eligible for free public college tuition.
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.
De Blasio Vows To Fight Proposed Medicaid, CUNY Funding Cuts In Cuomo's Budget PlanLawmakers will soon begin work on the state budget, which they hope to pass before the start of the fiscal year on April 1.
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.
Microsoft Donates Office Software To 480,000 CUNY StudentsSoftware giant Microsoft is donating a half a billion dollars’ worth of software to CUNY students.
NYC Amps Up Teacher Recruiting, Training Ahead Of Fall Pre-K ExpansionNew York City is on a teacher recruiting and training blitz as it prepares to take on tens of thousands of additional pre-kindergarten students this fall.
Feds Issue Emergency Order To Metro-North Railroad Following 'Serious Overspeed Event'The order requires Metro-North to modify its signal system to ensure speed limits are followed.
Survey Under Way To Tally All Of Central Park's Animal, Plant SpeciesHundreds of scientists and college students have been in the 150-year-old park since Monday afternoon counting as many plants and animals as they can find in a 24-hour span.