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City College of New York President Coico’s Proposed Project Threatens Architectural Integrity of the Hamilton Heights Historic District. Residents Outraged!
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Help Protect the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Historic Districts.  Join the Historic Preservation Advocacy Committee.  After many years of community advocacy and ongoing efforts to preserve and protect the historical and architectural integrity of the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Districts, one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods for it's rich housing stock, wide avenues, and quiet, foliaged blocks, City College of New York is about to

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Third Annual Michael & Irene Ross Lecture & Special Event Series: Writers , Performers Highlight Jewish Studies Lectures at CCNY
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German journalist and author Hannes Stein, writer Jeffrey Yoskowitz and musicians Sruli & Lisa are among the speakers and performers in the third annual Michael & Irene Ross Lecture & Special Events Series at The City College of New York. The events are held 12:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 5/202, North Academic Center. The series starts October 3 and runs through November 21; no event is scheduled for November 7.   Read more...

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CCNY: Joining Forces Living Art on the Hill Limited Edition Catalogs For Sale!!!!!
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Many of you have requested copies of the 60 page limited edition catalog for the historic exhibition, Joining Forces: Living Art on the Hill Now you can own one for as little as $25.00There are very few left so contact: cccarts@ccny.cuny.edu or call 212/650.5361 to reserve your copy!!   And, if you haven't yet seen the exhibition, there is still time.  These wonderful pieces of art work/photography are on display at the outdoor gallery of the North

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“Coming Home” Pulitzer Prize-winning author Oscar Hijuelos will deliver the Fall 2012 President’s Lecture at The City College of New York
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Oscar Hijuelos, BA ’75, MA ’76, will deliver the Fall 2012 President’s Lecture at The City College of New York 5:30 p.m. Thursday, December 6, in The Great Hall of Shepard Hall. His talk is titled “Coming Home to City College” and is free and open to the public. A native New Yorker born to Cuban immigrant parents, the City College alumnus in 1990 became the first U.S.-born Hispanic to win the Pulitzer Prize

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