Masked up in Morningside, Alex Siegal CC’21 gives us the scoop on how to stay connected during a pandemic.
Tour guide extraordinaire Blessing Utomi takes us to Texas.
Jayron joins us from 1,500 miles away in Grand Forks, N.D., where she's learning remotely this term.
Working toward 100 percent registration, one student at a time.
Amy Muller CC’21 shares her story on being a creative College student during the pandemic.
Farah Jasmine Griffin, chair of the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies, receives prestigious Columbia award.
The Justice and Pandemics Preparedness Academy provides students with the opportunity to learn, first-hand, about the intersection of pandemic preparedness and systemic racism.
Associate dean Larry Jackson speaks about the collective effort he and Core faculty members have made to reframe the Curriculum for 2020.