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The Long Road to a Satisfying Life
Daniel Quiroz, graduate of BMCC’s GED program, is awarded the prestigious Laurel Award.
Finding Beauty in Mathematics
Learning calculus doesn’t have to be painful, says Professor Lina Wu.
The Laboratory as Classroom
For science professor Abel Navarro and his mentees, research and teaching are inseparable.
Professor Yolanda Martin leads students in a research project that correlates perceptions with demographics.
Start Here, Go to Princeton
BMCC students Pedro Raposo and Thierno Bah take part in summer research projects at Princeton University.
Hot Off the Press
The BMCC Writer’s Guild edits and produces a literary magazine of student writing and visual art.
Today's Readers, Tomorrow's Graduates
BMCC Signs Gift Agreement with Santander
BMCC President Antonio Pérez and Santander Universities Director Eduardo Garrido sign agreement for five-year gift.
"Today Is About You"
NYS Assemblymember Deborah Glick receives Presidential Medal, and over 3,200 graduates are honored at BMCC’s 49th Commencement.
Communication Studies majors Ryan Bias, Anne Gorin, Daniel Murphy and Juliette Perez receive CCTOP scholarships to attend NYU.
Time to Shine
BMCC's highest achieving students receive Department and Special Awards at the 2014 Honors Convocation.
Success Is in Her DNA
Valedictorian Cindy Salazar looks back on her years at BMCC—and ahead to a career in business.
Getting with the Program
Fledgling Programming Club vanquishes their opponents in a major competition.
Stars Align for BMCC
Robert De Niro among honored guests at BMCC Gala that raises over $1 million for Scholarship Fund
The Art of Opening Doors
Five dynamic public relations and television entrepreneurs share their stories at BMCC.
Transitions and Transactions II explores the role of literature and creativity in community college pedagogy.
BMCC Sustainability Fair rallies students, faculty, local vendors and community organizers.
Up Above and All Around
Artist Andrea Dezsö creates magnificent garden mosaics that wind up the walls of Fiterman Hall.
Professor Rifat Anjum Salam explores how arranged marriage changes within groups immigrating to the United States.