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Adding Coal to the Fire

June 20, 2013 Chaweon (CHA-wun) Koo, one of the five student winners of this year’s English Department Faculty Writing Awards, admits that when she was growing up, her genre of choice, science fiction, “wasn’t cool like it is now.”She was reading "both Sweet Valley High, and science fiction for kids," she says, and was interested in...

$860,000 awarded for Dual IT Training

June 20, 2013 Recently, BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development got some very good news—the department’s Sectorial Workforce Proposal requesting $860,000 in funding to provide computer repair and networking training was granted by the NYC Small Business Services. This means that 120 participants over a two-year period will have the opportunity to...

CUNY Needs Your Support during City Budget Negotiations

June 10, 2013 TO: The BMCC CommunityFROM: Antonio Pérez, President, BMCCDATE: June 09, 2013RE: CUNY needs your support during City Budget NegotiationsThe City University of New York needs our help in reminding the New York City Council that vital citywide programs benefiting the entire CUNY community were eliminated in the Mayor’s Executive Budget, and these funds...

BMCC Instructor Wins Literacy Recognition Award

BMCC Instructor Lester Lambert receives the Literacy Recognition Award. May 23, 2013 Lester Lambert, one of seven citywide awardees of the Literacy Recognition Award, has taught at BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development since 2003, and worked in adult literacy for over 20 years. Having grown up in Brooklyn, he started his...

‘Birds Float’

April 11, 2013 As any biologist will tell you, “Birds float.” “They’re designed to be light, so they can fly,” says science professor and paleontologist David Krauss. The downside to buoyancy, though—at least from a paleontologist’s point of view—is that birds are less likely to sink to the bottom of a body of water...

Making It New

Instructor Jaime Weida teaches BMCC’s first Queer Literature course, English 346. April 1, 2013 A “queer lit” class starts out like any other. Instructor Jaime Weida writes homework on the board—finish reading The Color Purple, by Alice Walker—along with a reminder of when the students’ midterm essay is due, and dates for spring break....

24/7 Emergency Preparedness

February 25, 2013 BMCC recently held a special recognition luncheon in Richard Harris Terrace to honor the college’s new emergency volunteers, including those who assisted last October during Hurricane Sandy. “I marvel at the dedication, especially of those who stayed overnight and worked 24/7 to get our campus back up and running,” said BMCC...

Panel By Panel

February 20, 2013 As a child, Jorel Lonesome’s mother gave him a journal, where he sketched, jotted down notes, and gathered coins, articles, and other memorabilia. “I would draw familiar characters such as Spider-Man, Spawn, and Blade,” he explains, naming pop-culture Superheroes. Fast forward to life after high school. After performing at poetry and...

Rigoletto’s New Fans

Rigoletto in rehearsal Photo: Ken Howard/Met Opera January 30, 2013 What happens when you mix the 16th-century Renaissance splendor of Mantua, Italy, with the splashy 1960s decadence of Las Vegas? Nearly 75 BMCC students now know the answer to that question—found in The Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Rigoletto—thanks to a staffer simply picking...

“Guts. Structure. Surprise.”

December 17, 2012 “Learn all the rules, and then learn how to break them.”That’s the advice of BMCC Writing & Literature alumni Joseph Quintela, who went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in English at Sarah Lawrence College.Some would say Quintela has followed his own advice. His unconventional blend of poetry, sculpture and performance...