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A man accused of pulling the beard of a Sikh professor before a group of young men who had called the professor "Osama" and a "terrorist" attacked him, has been arrested and charged with a hate crime, police said Saturday.
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A man police say pulled the beard of a Sikh professor last year in New York City has been charged with a hate crime.
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A man accused of pulling the beard of a Sikh professor in an attack where young men called the professor "Osama" and a "terrorist" has been arrested and charged with a hate crime, police in New York City said Saturday.
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Part of Burges High School 2013 award winning newspaper and yearbook staff poses for a photo on Thursday at Burges High School.
Everyone's had nightmares about that classic thin envelope. It's something you dread from the time college is a mere blip on your radar, to the moment you wait with your own children to hear from the school of their dreams.
Patients may get the best care when treated in hospital units staffed by highly experienced nurses, a new study shows.
Parkinson's may be a combination of neurological and autoimmune diseases, but the ultimate question of why remains a mystery.
Columbia University's Italian Academy for Advanced Studies presents the adventurous young cellist Jay Campbell, First Prize Winner of the 2012 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition, on its Spring 2014 concert series Wednesday evening, May 7th at 7:00 p.m. in the Teatro of the Italian Academy, 1161 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY.
The season of spring is here again. It's a bittersweet time of year with colorful blossoms and the annoying allergies we are all too familiar with.
A decade or so ago, when Columbia University lecturer Hisham Aidi worked as a journalist covering youth culture in New York's Harlem and the Bronx, he discovered that Muslim kids from around the world were making pilgrimages to what Aidi calls "the Mecca of hip-hop": the Bronx, where the genre was arguably born.
Steve Scher talks with Columbia University Professor Stephen Sestanovich about today's meeting between U.S., Ukrainian, EU and Russian officials in Geneva.
The Citadel has tapped the Secretary of the U.S. Air Force to give the commencement address for the class of 2014.
Did dinosaur gas launch global warming on our planet? Some British researchers believe it's possible, in a Current Biology report as noted by the Boston Herald.
Back in 1962, Robert Gover published a novel called the One Hundred Dollar Misunderstanding  whose premise Amazon describes this way: "A college sophomore spends a weekend with a pretty 14-year-old black prostitute under the manly misapprehension that she has invited him because she finds him irresistible."
Can casual marijuana use damage the brains of young adults? A new study says yes-but its participants suggest otherwise.
Higher education experts and states around the nation will have their eyes on Tennessee as the Volunteer State embarks on an ambitious plan to provide free community college to all high school graduates.