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The College of Mount Saint Vincent has yet again been recognized by the Colleges of Distinction. The Mount has a commitment to help undergraduates learn and succeed, according to the organization. more
Answering calls from the community is in their DNA. And nowadays, the New York Police Department is offering another service through a program that combines recreation and mentorship opportunities for the youth. more
The debate over President Joe Biden’s plan that would cancel up to $20,000 per low-to-middle class borrower in federal student loans has ratcheted up. more
The namesake for Manhattan College’s business school Tom O’Malley has been named interim chairman of the school’s board of trustees. more
One greater Riverdale resident graduated from New York Institute of Technology, another was named to the dean’s list and two declared their major. David Gonzalez was one of 900 students who … more
Students at one of the three greater Riverdale colleges will benefit the most from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s expansion of the popular New York State Tuition Assistance Program for part-time students. more
Two greater Riverdale students were among the 2,400 students who graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a private university in Teaneck, New Jersey, at a graduation ceremony at MetLife … more
Bianca Jimenez of greater Riverdale is labeled a student who is underrepresented. Such students at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania had their day in the sun during commencement. more
Anny Chen, a rising high school senior, got a taste of college and a life lesson in a three-week session last month at Columbia University. more
A SUNY school not too far from greater Riverdale, Purchase College, celebrated more than 1,250 students named to the dean’s list during the spring semester. more
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