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5/23 Heron and Baby

Heron and Baby

The Great Blue Heron is a large wading bird in the heron family Ardeidae, common near the shores of open water and in wetlands over most of North America and Central America. Great Blue Herons more »

5/17 They’re Baaack! Return of the 17-year Cicadas

They’re Baaack! Return of the 17-year Cicadas

They're Baaack! Return of the 17-year Cicadas - on exhibit now at the Staten Island Museum See numerous cicada specimens from the Museum’s extensive collection, sculpture inspired by the Cicada, new work by syndicated cartoonist Taylor more »

5/10 Hudson Taylor, Founder of Athlete Ally, Speaks at CSI

Hudson Taylor, Founder of Athlete Ally, Speaks at CSI

Hudson Taylor, a wrestling coach with Columbia University and founder of Athlete Ally spoke at the College of Staten Island this week. An athlete all his life, Hudson experienced demeaning humor in high school more »

5/3 2nd Annual CSI’s Got Talent Awards its Winners!

2nd Annual CSI’s Got Talent Awards its Winners!

First Place ($2500.00) - Sami Jo Frank (Samantha Frank) ("I Have Dreamed", from the King and I/original song called "Blues Is My Middle Name”) - SamiJo Frank, a senior, Business Marketing major started singing at more »

3/6 Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Cove is CSI’s first residential complex in its history. In its initial phase of construction, due to open for occupancy in August 2013, two buildings will house 454 students in 133 fully furnished apartments. more »

11/21 Wild Flowers

Wild Flowers

Photo (c) Fredricka Grasso.

11/16 Wild Flowers

Wild Flowers

Photo (c) Fredricka Grasso.

11/9 Memories of Spring

Memories of Spring

Photo (c) Fredricka Grasso.


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BASEBALL TURNED BACK BY KEAN , 11-5

Mar 24 – After taking a 5-0 lead, the College of Staten Island baseball team failed to hold on, dropping an 11-5 decision to No. 25 Kean University as more »