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The numbers may be down, but studying the humanities is probably more important than ever, CSI profs say

Oct 26 – The continued decline in the numbers of students majoring in humanities has some experts declaring the trend a crisis, but it could also reflect the more »

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Eta Lambda Chapter of the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society Celebrates New Inductees

Oct 25 – The Eta Lambda Chapter of the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars at CSI recently inducted 26 faculty, staff, students, and alumni yesterday more »

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Summer cancer workshops expand student research opportunities

Oct 16 – For Girolama Gambino, it’s just a matter of time before researchers find a cure for cancer. And the biology senior is a part of that more »

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Tournees Film Festival explores LGBTQ perspectives

Oct 15 – In Jours de France (Four Days in France), a young man leaves his lover and uses his Grindr app to arrange a variety of encounters more »

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From Afghanistan to Yemen, institute opens doors for English language learners

Oct 15 – The first time Elisabeth Loua saw the College of Staten Island’s English Language Institute (ELI) Web page, she thought it might be an Internet scam. more »

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Expert: Stress on shea trees poses threat to livelihoods of millions of women

Oct 9 – For millions of years, shea trees have grown across Africa – from Senegal to Uganda – within a semi-arid zone known as the Sahel-Savannah. And more »

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Provost: Disillusionment and deadlock imperil the American experiment

Oct 9 – Is the American republic headed for collapse? “Potentially,” says Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Gary Reichard. “There’s been a swirling downward of more »

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“Trashy” reality TV’s negative portrayals carry power and deserve attention, prof argues in new book

Sep 28 – In her new book, Double Negative: The Black Image and Popular Culture, Assistant Professor Dr. Racquel Gates examines the concept of disreputable media in African American more »

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TRACK & FIELD ECAC ROUND-UP; QUARTET OF DOLPHINS IMPRESS

May 16 – New Haven, CT | The College of Staten Island men’s and women’s outdoor track and field seasons officially came to an end today at Southern more »



 

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