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Defying Limits

BMCC Alumni Natalia Sorokina and Nechama Gluck October 31, 2013 Alumni Natalia Sorokina and Nechama Gluck were among the first communication studies majors at BMCC, where they met and became friends.  Now, Sorokina is enrolled at Columbia University, and Gluck is at New York University (NYU)—both having earned generous merit scholarships to attend the...

That Championship Season

October 30, 2013 Howard Prince, then associate dean for academic affairs at BMCC, was in his office when the call from Deland, Florida, came through. Library Science Professor Vicente Revilla was on the line.“We won, Howie,” Revilla said. “We won the whole thing.” It was mid-afternoon on December 30, 1993. BMCC’s four-person chess team,...

2013 Breast Cancer Walk

October 21, 2013 On Sunday morning, October 20, 2013, over 200 participants joined the BMCC team in the annual event, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Central Park. This year's theme was I'm Here Because of YOU!, the message we are encouraging every one to share in celebrating survivorship, and to help raise funds...

Kicking Your Career in Gear

October 8, 2013 Most college students juggle work with school, and CUNY students are certainly no exception. As the semester progresses, and the holiday season eases upon us all, local companies are hiring more than ever to get through the holiday rush. And, let’s face it—for BMCC students, earning a little extra money this...

Raising Calculus to the Surface

BMCC Math Professor Jason Samuels September 20, 2013 "At a fundamental level, everyone needs to understand rate of change," says BMCC math professor Jason Samuels. "You go to the gas pump, it's dollars per gallon; rates are often constant but in more complicated contexts, they're always changing. Also, in the real world, almost everything—from...

Game Changer

July 31, 2013 For many people, video games are a diversion, a passion, or simply a way of unwinding at the end of the workday. For Carlos Hernandez, an associate professor of English at BMCC, video games are an art form, a powerful teaching tool and a means of connecting with history on an...

The River Next Door

Alumni Richard Toussaint's sketch of a bike path eventually led to creation of Harlem River Park. July 31, 2013 BMCC Alumni Richard Toussaint grew up in Harlem and as a child, would walk down to the bank of the Harlem River to skip stones and chase crabs. As the years passed, though, his favorite...

Working On It

Billy Davis is one of two NASM prep course instructors July 3, 2013 Think personal training involves just showing people how to lift barbells and use equipment? Think again. As BMCC’s newest instructors—professional personal trainers Billy Davis and Brian Semonian—explain, personal training involves much more than utilizing equipment. And if you’re interested in taking...

BMCC Hosts Community Children’s Chess Tournament

Click here for more photos June 23, 2013 BMCC Celebrates the 20-Year Anniversary of its First Championship Chess Season by Hosting a Free NYChessKids Tournament New York, NY—On Sunday, June 23, 2013, Borough of Manhattan Community College at 199 Chambers Street in Lower Manhattan, will host a free NYChessKids tournament. Registration begins at 8:00...

$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...