Past meets present in Aimee Record’s Women in Literature course, which focuses on writing in the English Tradition.
A panel of BMCC social science professors weighs the meaning and implications of Occupy Wall Street.
BMCC alum Joyce Dye receives prestigious Excellence in Teaching Recognition award.
An unprecedented public and private partnership results in the nation’s largest urban health simulation and training facility of its kind.
Mariela Zapata is a handbag designer, an entrepreneur
BMCC's 46th Commencement is the largest ever, with 3,297 graduates.
Lisa Bloodgood wins the Udall Scholarship for studies of plants that detoxify soil.
Through her health and business-oriented magazine and Web site, BMCC alumna Dolly Del Rosario reaches out to college students nationwide.
BMCC’s fifth annual Entrepreneurship Student Summit focused on innovation and improvement in today’s job market.
BMCC student Ruth Allen reunites with her family through a Critical Thinking project.