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.
Classes Canceled At SUNY New Paltz After Town Issues Do-Not-Drink Order Over Water OdorSo far, local officials and the Department of Environmental Protection have not been able to pinpoint the cause.
High-Ranking SUNY Official Reportedly Resigns Due To Suspect ClaimsA highly paid New York state worker is under fire for exaggerating his experiences and qualifications. He gave a speech with dramatic and questionable claims.
Stony Brook Residents Complain Students Are Overcrowding Illegal Off Campus HousingStudents at one of the largest SUNY campuses are being told to beware of illegal off campus housing.
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.
Police: SUNY Purchase Placed On Lockdown Following Reports Of GunmanState University of New York at Purchase was placed on lockdown after reports of an armed man, police said.
Sex Assault Reports At State Colleges Way Up Under New PolicyReports of sexual assault on New York state college campuses have skyrocketed under new policies.
SUNY, State Public Health Officials Launch Program To Fight Campus Sex AssaultsPublic health officials have teamed up with the State University of New York system for a training program designed to curb sexual assault, stalking and relationship violence on campus.
SUNY System, Business Council Set Up Database To Match Employers, InternsThe New York state public university system and The Business Council launched a database Monday to match employers with prospective student interns.
Cuomo Announces Plan To Raise SUNY Minimum Wage To $15 An HourGovernor Andrew Cuomo wants to raise the minimum wage for nearly 30,000 state university workers to $15.
SUNY System OKs Affirmative Sexual Consent PolicyThe SUNY Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that it formally approved the new policy, which will apply to more than 463,000 students on all 64 state campuses.
SUNY System Implements New Sexual Violence PolicyNew York is implementing new rules to address sexual violence at its state universities.
SUNY Supports Bill Combating Sexual Assaults On CampusNew York's public university system is the first to support a bipartisan federal effort that would strengthen colleges and universities' assistance for sexual assault victims while establishing penalties for non-compliance.
New Firm Signed To Take Over Long Island College HospitalThe State University of New York announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract with Fortis Property Group to take over the financially strapped Long Island College Hospital.
SUNY: Long Island College Hospital To Provide Walk-In Services Despite ShutdownLICH had been set to close down Thursday morning, but SUNY said Wednesday the hospital will continue to provide walk-in emergency services "in an effort of good faith'' while a deal with a new bidder is finalized.