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Lehman College’s Bronx Business Tech Incubator celebrated its facilities reopening this past Thursday after the pandemic shut things down 3 years ago. more
Though Manhattan College President Milo Riverso has not previously shared hard data on the financial rationale for firings and other changes at the college, he did so in detail in an email addressed to faculty and staff on Monday. The message acknowledged how difficult recent changes have been for him, the board of trustees and the faculty and staff. more
Roughly 200 people gathered in the cold on Feb. 1 to celebrate the grand opening of Lehman College’s $95 million Nursing Education, Research and Practice Center. more
It’s hard to find positives when you lose 12 of 13 games. It’s even tougher when the driving force behind the struggles is live ball turnovers, which for John Gallagher’s Manhattan Jaspers has inflated to 95 total turnovers in a six-game stretch. In Sunday’s 77-68 loss to Fairfield University, Manhattan coughed up 17 more. more
Nearly 90 percent of the faculty of Manhattan College that took part in a plebiscite last week cast votes of no confidence in President Milo Riverso. The results of the vote, which included 70 percent of the faculty, and documentation explaining the reasoning behind it, were forwarded to the school’s board of trustees and Riverso. more
Gregory Dymerets, Delia Lima, and Jadalynn Palma of greater Riverdale were all named to the dean’s list at the University of Delaware for their hard work during the fall 2023 semester. more
President Susan Burns stood atop the balcony on Founders Hall as she counted down over the sounds of cheering. She shouted “one” and the new banner was unveiled — the University of Mount Saint Vincent.  more
Making Headway is a nonprofit supporting families of children diagnosed with brain or spinal cord tumors. In 2024 the organization will provide up to 15 scholarships of up to $5,000 to eligible applications. more
Riverdale’s Jonathan Laureano earned a spot on the president’s list during his fall semester for maintaining a 3.75 GPA or greater. more
The waiting game on DeJuan Clayton’s eligibility could be nearing an end soon. But then again, the 26-year-old nomadic guard has had to wait four months and counting for a final verdict on the future of his college basketball career, with the Jaspers simply hoping for good news to lighten up their 4-11 record. more
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