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This Week in Core 100

Mar 13 – The Core 100 program invites students and faculty from the College to join us for our weekly lecture series. Each week, all of the first-year more »

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Lunch and Learn

Mar 9 – Human Resources is offering a Lunch and Learn Session: “Social Security & Medicare (Q&A).” Please refer to the online flyer for details and registration information.   more »

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Online Prfessional Development Opportunities

Mar 9 – The Office of Human Resources is excited to announce upcoming on campus professional development opportunities.  At this time, HR has scheduled four programs that will more »

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Irish Heritage Buffet

Mar 8 – Information regarding the Irish Heritage Buffet at the  Campus Center (Building 1C) Park Café on Thursday, Mar. 16 is online.​      

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Publishing Black Lesbian and Gay Literature: An Evening with Lisa C. Moore

Mar 7 – On Wednesday, Mar. 29,  the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program will welcome Lisa C. Moore for a campus talk about publishing black lesbian and more »

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Lunch and Learn Sereis on DHSS Graduate Programs

Mar 7 – The Office of Human Resources, in collaboration with the Division of  Student and Enrollment Services, and the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, is back more »

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Music Hour: The OMNI Ensemble

Mar 6 – The Music Program of the Department of Performing and Creative Arts presents a Music Hour with the OMNI Ensemble on Thursday, Mar. 9in the Center more »

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Submission for Dolphin Awards, 2016-2017

Mar 6 – All members of the College community are invited and encouraged to submit nominations to the 2016-2017 Dolphin Awards Committee. The deadline for submission is Friday, 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 »