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St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon supports BMCC Emergency Fund.
Victims, Survivors, Leaders
Women’s Herstory Month explores the many facets of Women as Survivors.
The Height of Fashion
At 22, BMCC graduate Ron Wallace is already a style-setter.
Auditors Without Borders
A Japanese government official taps the experience and expertise of a BMCC professor
From BMCC to the Rubin
Michelle Wang receives a faculty fellowship award from the Baruch College-Rubin Museum of Art Project.
BMCC at the MLA
Three English professors present at the Modern Language Association’s prestigious international convention.
Science Professor Quinn Minor brings astronomy to light, for a student who is blind.
Black Struggle and Achievement is the theme of African Heritage Month 2014.
Ethnic Studies Professor Zetta Elliott gives a talk at Harvard on The Hummingbird's Tongue, her work-in-progress.
The Derfner Foundation donates $250,000 to fund a new Communication Center at BMCC.
Elizabeth Strout, who wrote her first Pulitzer Prize-winning collection while teaching at BMCC, is up for another award.
Mr. G meets Dr. Pérez
“Mr. G,” or Irv Gikofsky, chief meteorologist at WPIX channel 11, interviews BMCC President Antonio Pérez.
Paramedic of the Year
Alumnus Michael Blecker receives the NYS Advanced life Support (ALS) Provider of the Year award.
BMCC joins forces with the Wadhwani Foundation and a major union in an innovative job training program
Reading, Writing, and The Deep
Professor Zetta Elliott discusses teaching, challenges to Black writers, and her latest novel, The Deep.
Many BMCC students in the Exploring Transfer Program at Vassar College have gone on to private four year institutions.
BMCC student/activist Paul Borri takes aim at a wasteful—and all-too-common—practice.
Top of the World
An Exhibit of World Trade Center Photography by Silverstein Properties Lead Photographer Joe Woolhead and others opens at BMCC's Shirley Fiterman Art Center.
BMCC students can apply for scholarships up to $1,000, often just by writing a short essay.
A Tea-lightful Business
Best friends—and BMCC alumni—Soomee Suh (’00) and Chantha Uy (’01) are the founders of Brooklyn’s Ninja Bubble Tea.