Former New York Mayor, De Blasio To Teach At NYU In 2023

Bill de Blasio who was New York City’s 109th mayor has been billed to return to his alma mater to take up a teaching job this winter and spring, the school had revealed on Monday.

The move had also marked another step which he had taken in some professorial pursuits of the progressive ex-politician, who had also headed to Harvard University this fall where he would be serving as a visiting fellow which had been following a failed summer run for Congress.

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NYU had also revealed that de Blasio, 61, will also arrive at the Greenwich Village school in January for formal talks, and then he would teach a course for graduate students in the spring.

His post has been revealed to be within NYU’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

“When I graduated from NYU in the 1980′s, I never dreamed of a path that would lead me to City Hall and then back to my alma mater,” de Blasio said in a Monday statement. “Now I get to help others develop their dreams. I’m truly excited.”

At NYU, de Blasio who had been then wild-haired and called Bill Wilhelm had also majored in some metropolitan studies and engaged in student activism. He received his undergraduate degree in 1984, and later scored a master’s degree from Columbia University.

In another report, no fewer than two people were on Sunday evening shot just outside the home of Lee Zeldin, a New York congressman and the New York gubernatorial candidate on the platform of the Republican party, who has made addressing crime and violence a key point of his campaign.

This attack was confirmed by the congressman on Monday in a statement which was obtained by Africa Today News, New York.


Africa Today News, New York

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