Students doing community service

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Honors a Historic Legacy Through Student Action

"Doing for others" was the theme as students took part in national initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service for third consecutive year with 2016 efforts benefiting patients of Cohen's Children's Hospital.

Jan 27, 2016
Students at HorseAbility

Students from the Honors College visit HorseAbility to learn about the operations and structure of a non-profit organization to assist them in their internship and career searches.

Jan 26, 2016
Author Kathleen Velsor's book cover

As of 2014, all new teachers in New York State are required to pass the Education Teaching Performance Assessment (edTPA) to earn their initial teaching certification.

Levittown Patch


Graduating Senior Arianna Wolfe is featured after having been named winner of the 2015 President's Medal for Scholarship.


John Friedman, Media and Communications faculty member, comments on the historical and present state of police and community relations in Baltimore, Maryland.


Professor Karl Grossman offers insights and opinions on the activity of OPEC nations and the oil market in response to the growth of fracking in the U.S.


Educator and researcher Kate Velsor comments in this local news piece on the impacts of demolition and renovations taking place at the historic Maine Maid Inn.


Marcia Gillespie, a visiting instructor in the media and communications program of the American Studies Department, penned this opinion p

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