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Five decades ago, a pair of Columbia undergraduates recognized striking inequality in access to higher education, so Roger Lehecka and Steven J. Weinberg sought to overcome this divide by exposing local high school students to the rigor of Columbia.

The Community Scholars Program offers independent, community-based scholars from Northern Manhattan access to a suite of Columbia University services and resources that allows them to complete a particular project or attain skills in a particular area.

African American artist Romare Bearden’s iconic series of works based on Homer’s "The Odyssey" was featured at Columbia's Wallach Art Gallery. Watch how the exhibition connects with the Columbia and Harlem community.

On mornings in July, a group of very large and fit Columbia students arrived on West 205th Street to spend their first days in New York with preschoolers.

A group of Columbia University’s students give back to the community by helping clean and restore Riverside Park. 

School students arrived at the New York State Psychiatric Institute’s Kolb Annex on the Columbia University Medical Center campus March 12 to participate in the annual Community Brain Expo, cosponsored by the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University.

Just weeks after President Barack Obama announced the creation of “My Brother’s Keeper,” an initiative aimed at increasing job training opportunities for young black and Latino men, a study released today by Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs found that the Ed

Anna Hyatt Huntington was a pioneering American sculptor.

Columbia University recruits local workers for the new Manhattanville construction and hopes to provide more jobs to minorities and women in the community. 

For two days in October, more than 20 executives of nonprofit groups in Harlem came together at Columbia Business School for a leadership training program.

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