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48 min ago | The Plain Dealer
While he may not be well-known in the United States, 19th-century writer Nikolai Leskov has a solid place in the Russian canon, lodged between folktales about Baba Yaga and the dour realism of Anton Chekhov and Fyodor Dostoevsky.
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4 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Mary Ann Caws, distinguished professor of comparative literature, English and French at the City University of New York, will give a talk at 6 p.m. tonight on her book, "The Modern Art Cookbook," at the Arkansas Arts Center.
7 hrs ago | DNAinfo.com
Baruch College has secured state funding to upgrade its 85-year-old Lawrence and Eris Field building , at 17 Lexington Ave., which hasn't been renovated since it opened in 1929, said Eric Lugo, director of government and community relations at Baruch.
Lori Bookstein Fine Art is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent sculpture by John Crawford.
Engineering Services Division Chief Ollie Mumpower has been serving as the acting director of the department since the retirement of former director Jim Arnoult in fall 2013.
Four Hasidic men were arrested this week for the brutal attack against a gay black man in Brooklyn, New York, last December, the New York Daily News reports.
Cooper Stock loved nothing more than staying up late and watching basketball games with his father.
'm a data person,' says Pamela Mills, a brisk Hunter College professor with a Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry.
Students, faculty, staff and sometimes outside curators put a lot of work-perhaps here understood rather literally as blood, sweat and tears-into assembling second-year-ending, degree-requirement-completing, MFA-culminating thesis exhibitions.
American Museum of Natural History and New York City Student Ancestry Project Reveal Genetic Snapshot of 200 College Students Today The New York City Student Ancestry Project, led by The City College of New York, convened 200 undergraduate student volunteers from eight colleges and universities to trace their ancient family history with National ... (more)
The Texas fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people a year ago could have been prevented - and agencies at all levels haven't done enough to change the circumstances that led to the catastrophe, federal officials said Tuesday.
Freshman Olivia Streilein was named Player and Rookie of the Week and Shea Gegan earned Defensive Player of the Week.
"Why are so many of the institution's most successful faculty all deciding to leave at the same time?" That's what UMass Dartmouth professor Clyde Barrow asks in a public resignation statement titled "The Book of Exodus" that he submitted to the provost Monday.
Large asteroids are hitting the Earth far more often than anyone realized, according to a new warning from a group led by former NASA astronauts.
Eryc Taylor Dance, Inc. presents EMERGENCE tonight, April 22, 2014 at the Rose Nagelberg Theater at Baruch College Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave, NYC, at 6pm and also at 8:30pm.
A park that is currently only available to the Hunter College community may soon open to the public once again.