GOODBYE SYRACUSE , HELLO NEW YORK! October 10, 2016 by Alexia Sygez Hi everyone!! Hope you all are doing great! This weekend is our Fall Break and also our last weekend in Syracuse, so we decided to stay here and enjoy the town … Read More

Citi-Bike – Member Profile: Laura

October is Women’s Bike Month and we want to introduce you to some of NYC’s #WomenWhoBike. Meet Laura! She just embarked on a fun new project and is one short year away from becoming an ‘official New Yorker’! Learn more … Read More


The enrollment tip sheet in the link below is intended to provide important college information. In addition to using this guide, students should make sure that they regularly check their mail, their college email address, and college school portal account over the … Read More

2016 NYC College Enrollment Tip Sheets

NYC College Line provides students and education professionals with answers to their college questions through expert advice and connections to local programs and events. Close to 60 college enrollment tip sheets for 2-year and 4-year CUNY colleges, SUNY colleges and … Read More

One year on: A reader’s reflections

One of my longtime readers — who happens to be a beautiful writer — sent this in, and I couldn’t resist posting it. I recall how excited I was to have lived one year in the city. Thinking back on … Read More

Things To Do in New York’s Art World Before May 23

By Ryan Steadman Sean Scully, Soft Ending, 1969. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Chiem & Read FRIDAY, MAY 20 Opening: “Sean Scully: Circa 70” at Cheim & Read Ridgewood Irish art star Sean Scully, who has shown his work … Read More

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year By Amanda Urban Grad School is a Blast and Half Graduate school is a scary notion. We all wonder: How on Earth am I going to balance grad school, working, and my … Read More

Transitioning from soccer to theater

Brady On Transition Transitioning from soccer to theater is an emotional experience considering I am a senior. My soccer season ended with a last minute injury that sidelined me for my senior game. Discouraged, my teammates and coaches were by … Read More

Summer at the Big Apple

Julia Summer at the Big Apple 09.09.15 Continuing with my positive experience in the Stanford Summer College last summer, I’ve decided to apply to another summer program this year. I was thrilled when I found out that I got accepted … Read More

Cherry Blossom Season at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Cherry Blossom Season at Brooklyn Botanical Gardens: Hanami is the Japanese name for cherry-blossom viewing, and the Japanese have long-established customs surrounding this tradition, including picnicking under the boughs of cherry trees and trapping fallen petals in cups of sake. … Read More