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Tee time for CSI

Apr 27 – The College of Staten Island Foundation will hold its fourth annual CSI Alumni & Friends Golf Outing at the South Shore Country Club in Huguenot more »

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Immigration conversations forum at CSI brings together Islands cultural communities

Mar 22 – Community leaders from across Staten Island convene for A Conversation on Staten Island Immigration on Monday, March 29, in the Center for the Arts at more »

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New mineral discovered in NYS to be displayed by NY State Museum and Smithsonian Institute

Mar 15 – The Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names (CNMMN) and the International Mineralogical Association (IMA) approved the classification of a new manganese-rich silicic edenite mineral more »

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Poll results find 9 out of 10 Staten Islanders favor better on-Island transportation and more commuting options to New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan

Feb 23 – According to a recent poll, 88 percent of Staten Islanders believe the island is facing “serious problems” related to traffic and mass transportation, with 72 more »

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21st Century Blackboards for CSI

Feb 2 – The College of Staten Island goes hi-tech with the help of Cesar Claro of the Richmond County Savings Foundation. Claro provided $25,000 to help the more »

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Group completes poll of Staten Islanders on traffic and transportation issues focuses on possible travel solutions between Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn & New Jersey

Feb 2 – The College of Staten Island-Staten Island Project (CSI-SIP) with the generous support of Con Edison, recently announced the completion of a Staten Island-wide polling initiative more »

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Casino Night New CSI fundraiser provides an entertaining evening while helping make a difference in the future of CSI students

Jan 26 – The Staten Island Mall’s Center Court will be transformed into New Orleans for an entertaining night at Mardi Gras on Sunday, February 8, 2004 from more »

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International conference on China's agricultural issues focuses on world trade, urbanization and peasant population

Dec 1 – China’s entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) in late 2001 has brought fundamental change to the country by boosting its economic growth to become more »

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Dolphins Digest »

GAMEDAY: WOMEN’S SOCCER VS RAMAPO, 3:30PM

Sep 12 – The College of Staten Island women’s soccer team recently took their first win of the season, and so did their opponents in Ramapo College.  Today, the more »



 

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