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David Brady, Computer Science and Mathematics Major

Sep 4 – David advanced his academic career thanks to the access Macaulay has to numerous internship opportunities. Through the help of Gianina Chrisman, Macaulay’s Assistant Director of more »

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Studying Abroad in Italy!

Aug 12 – Tayla Lugo ’17 received a Verrazano School Study Abroad Scholarship to take a class on the Medieval Renaissance in Florence, Italy. She spent a month more »

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21-year-old launches Staten Island cell phone repair business

Aug 6 – STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Growing up in the digital age, Adam Mohamed, 21, was always fascinated with technology. “I always liked to keep up on more »

Ms. Wheelchair NY: ‘Life, liberty and the pursuit of access’

Jul 22 – STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Maya Angelou put it best: “Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any more »

Jenna Jankowski, Dramatic English Literature and Corporate Communications Major

Jul 4 – Jenna Jankowski has accomplished a great deal during her Macaulay career, but developing and leading the college’s first athletic organization is one of her most more »

[video] Jane Saunders strikes a chord with graduation

May 22 – Jane Saunders graduates from the College of Staten Island Magna Cum Laude with Honors, earning a Bachelor of Science in Music with a Concentration in Music more »

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Phi Beta Delta Honor Society: A Quest for International Discovery

Sep 8 – “Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break more »

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CSI Grad Student presents in D.C.

Mar 3 – Stephanie Fiorenza presented at the 223rd American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting in Washington D.C. earlier this year. Ms. Fiorenza, an Astrophysics graduate student at the College more »



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DESPITE POWER OUTAGE GAMES ARE STILL ON AS SCHEDULED

Apr 30 – The College of Staten Island was hit with a campus-wide power outage yesterday and several areas are still without electrical power.  Despite this, all intercollegiate more »