A thought-provoking ethnic studies class, “The Black Man in Contemporary Society,” focuses on the African diaspora, and the dynamic past and present role of Black men in America.
This year’s theme was: Celebrate Yourself, Celebrate Each Other, Support Your Friends and Family.
Two BMCC faculty and eight students are recognized during Poetry Month.
BMCC’s Center for Career Development prepares students for their annual Career Fair—and for their futures.
Non-Traditional students were recently awarded 2010 scholarships from Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) and the Coca-Cola Scholarship program.
Participating in BMCC’s Cleo and Zack Project, and working with a mentor, motivated science major Gary Waiyaki to pursue a medical career.
There’s more to The Seagull
than acting and direction. Just ask Isaac Winston.
The future of America congregated on-campus to learn the Ins and Outs of the business world at BMCC’s fourth Entrepreneurship Summit.
At Creative Arts and Crafts Day professors and staffers let their artistic side shine.
Basketball coach Dan Nigro emphasizes skill development—on and off the court.