Dis Magazine, 3.15
A conversation between curator Olga Subirós, Graduate Center, CUNY scholar Lev Manovich, and Data Issue editors Marvin Jordan and Mike Pepi.
New York Daily News, 3.17.15
A Daily News analysis of city and state Department of Education data from the 2013-14 school year examined the disparities between schools that share a building and found significant variations in graduation rates, test scores, race and wealth. “The school system Bloomberg created shows marked differences in student populations,” said David Bloomfield, an education professor at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Grad Center.
Brooklyn Independent Media, “BK Live,” 3.12.15
David Bloomfield, professor of education leadership, law and policy at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, discusses strategies on how to advance more diversity into New York City schools. He appears at 3:17 in the video report.
Richard Alba, a Graduate Center sociologist, appears as a commentator in the film series. He first appears at 10:26 time mark.
The Riverdale Press, 3.12.15
Candace McCoy, a professor at the CUNY Graduate Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice, told The Press that any local decrease in criminal summonses probably reflected changes in citywide police practices like stop-and-frisk.
The Tablet, 3.12.15
Feature story about Morris Dickstein about becoming an intellectual in New York City as reflected in his new memoir Why Not Say What Happened: A Sentimental Education.
Long Island Business News, 3.9.15
Long Island’s growth is stunted by three interconnected factors: limited housing options; failure to replace defense and manufacturing industries with well-paying jobs; and a high property tax burden. All three combine to hinder Long Island’s economic competitiveness. The history of these and other socioeconomic trends on Long Island over the last 40 years can be explored in a series of interactive maps accompanying the report, created by the Center for Urban Research at the City University of New York Graduate Center. The maps, available free at LongIslandIndexMaps.org, illuminate the trajectory that we’re on and why we must change.
The New York Times, “The Stone,” blog, 2.4.15
Interview of Linda Martin Alcoff, a professor of philosophy at Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center. She was the president of the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, for 2012-13. She is the author of “Visible Identities: Race, Gender, and the Self.”
Al Jazerra America, 3.5.15
Opinion-editorial by Ida Susser, a professor of anthropology at the CUNY Graduate Center and an adjunct professor of sociomedical sciences at the HIV Center at Columbia University. She is the author of “AIDS, Sex and Culture: Global Politics and Survival in Southern Africa” and a founding member of Athena: Advancing Gender Equity and Human Rights in the Global Response to HIV/AIDS.
The Jerusalem Post, 3.9.15
Opinion-editorial by Robert Cherry, the Stern Professor at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center.