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After a Successful Summer, the COSMOS Program Visits Teachers in the Classroom

COSMOS follows up with the teachers who participated this summer to see them in action.

Give back this month by helping prepare and serve hot meals, staffing a food pantry, tutoring, serving as a conversation partner for an English leader, and more.

Upper Manhattan residents have a long history of military service. What resources are available to our veterans who come to the area?

Jacob Serra (GS’13) joined the Marines after high school, but eventually found his way to Columbia, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Shaun Abreu, the new City Council member for District 7, which includes Morningside Heights, Manhattanville, and Washington Heights, is as local as local gets.

With his win in District 7, Shaun Abreu will tackle issues that include food and housing insecurity, educational opportunity, better infrastructure, and climbing crime rates.

Daniel Morton, newly enrolled at Teachers College, looks to combine his Army and educational experiences to raise mental health awareness in the military.

The latest updates on what to expect and construction updates related to the Manhattanville campus.

This month at Harlem's George Bruce Library, discuss your current reading, learn to crochet, or enjoy a live online storytime.

With the holiday approaching, here’s where you can find the supplies you need to make the meal memorable or find a little help with takeout Uptown.

Over 60 restaurants are participating in Harlem Restaurant Week where this year’s theme is "Friendsgiving."

The latest updates on what to expect and construction updates related to the Manhattanville campus.

On November 12, community and Columbia leaders met on the Manhattanville campus in West Harlem to celebrate the debut of the Mobile Dental Center.

Forget Black Friday and Cyber Monday — check out these local spots for gifts and support small businesses.

Help organizations serving the needs of individuals and families living in Harlem and Morningside Heights. 

NYC ZIP codes with a higher percentage of Black residents had significantly higher rates of COVID-19-specific criminal court summonses and arrests.

The latest updates on what to expect and construction updates related to the Manhattanville campus.

See pictures from 125th Street and Columbia's Manhattanville campus, and learn where to see other holiday lights go on uptown.

Food and fashion maven Norma Jean Darden, of Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too, shares where she shops, dines, and visits during the holidays uptown.

COSMOS follows up with the teachers who participated this summer to see them in action.

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