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Graduate Center Report Finds Latinos in NYC Experienced Decline in Poverty Rates Compared to Overall US Trends; Yet Latinos Register Highest Rates of Poverty in City Read more
Theresa Bernstein, "Ashcan" Realist Artist Whose Work Spanned the 20th Century, To Be Exhibited at The Graduate Center and Baruch College in Manhattan Read more
2013 New York City Election Atlas Project Releases Analysis, Updated Maps of Mayoral Primary Turnout and Public Advocate Elections Read more
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Sixth Annual Leon Levy Biography Lecture Features David Levering Lewis, Distinguished Biographer of W.E.B. DuBois Read more
Theresa Bernstein’s ‘Ash Can’ Realist Works
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'Who Represents You' After Redistricting In New York City? Read more
Graduate Center Hosts ‘Lessons Learned’ About SuperStorm Sandy Read more