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December 6, 2013 Approximately 100 residents filed into the Hawthorn Center in Columbia on Thursday night to ask questions and learn about a study that will recommend future economic uses for eight of Columbia's village centers. "I think it went well.
Cancer was a huge challenge for me, but college has proven to be quite the contender, she said. Her current endeavor, the pursuit of a classics degree from Columbia University, has evoked the same daunting stress, fear and uncertainty that swallowed
Taipei, Nov. 28 (CNA) Chinese classical pianist Li Yundi, a rumored gay lover of Taiwanese-American singer-songwriter Leehom Wang, introduced his girlfriend to his fans Wednesday, as Wang did with his own girlfriend hours earlier. "I'm very happy
The Al-Murjan Medical Company Ltd. and New York Presbyterian Global Services have signed an agreement for the New York Presbyterian Hospital to establish a presence in Saudi Arabia. As a comprehensive academic medical center, New York Presbyterian is
Lee/The New York Times For the Love of the Game: Columbia footballs long history of losing seasons, and long rides to the field, do not deter players from coming out for practices and games. Published: November 22, 2013 Way uptown, at its gleaming
There were probably few vacations planned, with summer a recent memory and the year-end holidays looming...And so, on Oct. 24, 5,985,311 subway rides were taken in New York City, the most in recorded history, according to an internal memo prepared by
Attorney General Martha Coakley is asking state regulators to reject a $30 million rate hike request by a natural gas company that serves 300,000 Massachusetts customers because of what she considers unnecessary spending by company executives.
Herb Elliott has refuted a story in the Wall Street Journal, questioning his educational credentials. The Wall Street Journal's Matthew Futterman said earlier in the week that he could not verify that Dr. Elliott earned a Master's in Chemistry from
The university is not showing any signs of budging on their decision, writes Tyler Kingkade at Huffington [...] The number of students charged with sexual assault at Columbia University is not being disclosed even though the students responsible for
More typhoons will happen unless liberal energy policies are adopted, and those who disagree have blood on their hands at least according to climate alarmist Jeffrey Sachs. Morning Joe on Nov. 12 to discuss the recent tragedy caused by Typhoon Haiyan