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Verrazano students heads down right track to student success

Apr 9 – The American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association (AREMA) Education Foundation recently named Anthony Shalagin a 2014 Scholarship winner. Each year, the AREMA Education more »

DPT Student Takes Women’s Health Issues into Her Own Hands

Apr 7 –   Ann Mackey, a doctoral student in the College of Staten Island’s Department of Physical Therapy program, was recently elected to serve on the Board more »

Northfield raises support for student interns at local non-profits

Apr 3 – The Northfield Bank Foundation has generously supported College of Staten Island student internships at local non-profit organizations for the past several years. For 2014-2015, the more »

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Foreign Terrain: The Paintings of Ying Li

Apr 2 – Ying Li’s vital landscapes fearlessly produce foreign terrains that extract, clarify and ultimately translate nature using the artist’s semantic tool box of color, brushstroke, light and frame.

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That computes: $10 million in state budget for super CSI computer center

Apr 1 – STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE – State lawmakers secured $10 million for a major computer project for the College of Staten Island (CSI) in this year’s $138 more »

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Japan’s leading manufacturer of automotive parts visits CSI

Apr 1 – Trainees from one of Japan’s leading manufacturers of automotive parts, Aisin AW, were welcomed for the third year in a row to tour the College more »

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UPDATE [video] Centenarian Celebrates Birthday with Solo Exhibition at Manhattan Gallery

Mar 19 – Margaret Ricciardi, the College of Staten Island’s (CSI) oldest active alumna will celebrate her 100th birthday this month with a retrospective solo exhibition of her more »

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UPDATE [video] Opiate Addiction: What Every Child, Parent and Staten Islander Needs to Know

Mar 18 – Mr. Luke Nasta, MPA, CASAC, has been providing substance abuse disorder treatment on Staten Island for the past 38 years. As the executive director of more »

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SOFTBALL GROUNDED BY WEATHER; MAKE-UP TOMORROW

Apr 16 – The high rains last night coupled with this morning’s wintry mix have derailed today’s softball schedule. The College of Staten Island was supposed to travel more »