NEW YORK The Art Institute of New York City, a local source of restaurant talent here, alerted students and faculty last week that it would phase out its culinary and restaurant-management degree programs because of declining interest. Aspokeswoman said the 600 or so students currently enrolled in the programs would be able to Òcontinue with the same instructors until they complete their degrees,Ó a process that will take 18 months."However, we will not be taking any new students as ...
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