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Two sons. Two commencements. One week. Except these blessed parents didn’t expect to see one of the sons actually graduate from college, let alone give a speech. more
  Mayor Eric Adams and New York City schools chancellor David Banks are expanding the kindergarten and third grade gifted and talented program in other districts of New York … more
It was May, and it has been far too long since the public spotted a person donning a cap and gown walking down the street along with friends and family. more
The power of flowers and plants at a Kingsbridge middle school/high school was on display on a hot spring Saturday this past weekend. more
As New York City public school students have gotten acclimated to shedding the COVID masks, there has been some disappointing news in a neighboring Bronx county. The county of Westchester is experiencing a surge in COVID omicron subvariant cases. more
College commencements are returning for CUNY, and as students walk down the aisle with their cap and gown, they will finally get to celebrate in person with their loved ones after two years of COVID. more
Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director for Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, delivered congratulatory remarks and received honorary degrees at Manhattan College’s 2022 commencement exercises Wednesday. more
While under the stress of completing their Regents, final exams and mentally preparing for college, high school seniors can now attend prom without a worry. more
Tish Hicks of Kingsbridge graduated from Utah State University with a Ph.D. in psychology. more
Two seniors at the College of Mount Saint Vincent share a common interest — art. They just came to be interested in it through very different experiences. more
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