To understand Manhattanville, it has to be seen in the context of the huge redevelopment of spaces across Columbia. From the Northwest Corner Building and renovation of the Alumni Center on Morningside to the Vagelos Medical Education Building and the new Nursing School in Washington Heights, to name just a few projects, there has been an enormous investment in campus facilities. In Manhattanville, we have been able to expand and add new dimensions to the University that provide a model for how we do our best thinking today and how we relate to the city and world around us.
Mistake was not adding her [Tyczinski]. Our mistake was not coming back to Council and having them approve that by resolution, he said. White denied also that there was any hidden motive to keep the public from attending the committee meetings to hear the discussions around potential procedural changes, including the deputy mayor position, since the committee recommendations would ultimately be brought before City Council in an open forum for debate.
As a freshman, McLaughlin averaged 10.5 points, 2.2 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 0.8 steals in 33.8 minutes per game, while shooting 38.3 percent from the field and 36.7 percent from beyond the arc. He played 1,083 minutes, the second most by a freshman in program history to only Gary Payton, who played 1,115 minutes in 1986 87. McLaughlin made 58 3 pointers, the most by a freshman in Oregon State history and the seventh most in the school single season history.
This all came about when Amy Radolak with “Girls on the Run” from Hess School met with 6th District Councilman, Scott Rakos and Mark Heintz, Parks Superintendent , with their plans to clean up the park and plant some trees, flowers and plants adding that they would like a walking/jogging track. On April 22, Earth Day, Amy, the girls and residents came out in force to begin the cleaning and planting. A special thanks to all the area businesses who contributed time, food, supplies, monetary donations and raffle prizes..
For many years, personality quizzes have been used as a tool in recruiting new hires. Today they have a much broader use than in past decades, when they were only used as a marginal evaluation tool. Now, they are often used before interviews. There is however, a curious item written into this legislation. Surprisingly (or perhaps not) the legislation specifically exempts federal employees and members of Congress from the plan. This little tidbit was covered in Friday’s Wall Street Journal.