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Macaulay Honors College Student Ana Hayes ’17 Interns at U.S. Embassy in Berlin

Nov 28 – World travel has taught College of Staten Island (CSI) student Ana Hayes ’17 many things. The most important lesson she shares, though, is to always more »

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Verrazano Student Finding the Right Academic Frequency

Sep 14 – Tuning in to the College of Staten Island’s (CSI) state-of-the-art technology, dedicated professors, and the helping hands of The Verrazano School, Sidhartha Mishra ’17 is more »

CSI Alumna Receives Scholarship to Brooklyn Law School

Aug 22 – College of Staten Island (CSI) alumna Naomi Edwards ’16 is no stranger to scholarships. The Macaulay Honors College (MHC) graduate has received a scholarship to more »

Ana Hayes’17 to Serve in the U.S. Consulate General in Milan, Italy

Feb 18 – Ana Hayes is no stranger to world travel. The Queens, NY-born CSI student traveled to Europe as early as nine years old. Now, this summer, more »

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[video] With tuition costs hammering families, College of Staten Island offers enticing alternatives

Mar 13 – STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Divina Wiley’s dream college was Boston’s Northeastern University, but even with a partial scholarship, she realized she’d have to take out more »

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National Grid adds support, meets with Curtis High Schoolers

May 7 – The Chief Executive of National Grid from London, Steve Holliday, along with the New York President of National Grid, Ken Daly, and his leadership team, more »

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[video] Google and CSI Collaborate to Teach Educators Computational Thinking

Aug 20 – The College of Staten Island Computer Science Department welcomed more than 40 middle and high school educators from the tri-state area, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island, to a more »

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[video] Dreamer’s Academy Gives High Schoolers Tools for Future Success

Aug 19 – Although most students feel it is enough to attend class during the semester and relax over summer break, there are many Staten Island high schoolers more »

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ERRORS PLAGUE THE DOLPHINS IN A DOUBLEHEADER LOSS TO THE VALIANTS, 2-5, 1-2

Mar 26 – The College of Staten Island baseball squad fell for the fifth time this season, making them winless since March 6th.  The Dolphins took on the more »