Berkin Educates Students on the Role of Women

Berkin Educates Students on the Role of Women

Carol Berkin, author and history professor at Baruch College, gave a lecture entitled I Who Did It: Women in the Struggle for American Independence at St. Francis College on Thursday,…

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Apple to Release Two New and Improved iPhones

Apple to Release Two New and Improved iPhones

Apple will release the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which have slim designs, long battery life and improved camera features, on Friday, September 19.  

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America's Worst Mom Discusses Children's Non-Dangers

America's Worst Mom Discusses Children's Non-Dangers

Lenore Skenazy, who became famous for her 2008 article in the New York Sun, "Why I Let My 9-year-Old Ride the Subway Alone," spoke about how it is unnecessary to…

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Health Counselor Strives to Bring SFC Students Peace of Mind

Health Counselor Strives to Bring SFC Students Peace of Mind

SFC's Health Counselor Lyndsay Adesso takes on the task of counseling and advising students dealing with mental issues or problems.  

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“Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Breast Cancer Walk Coming to Central Park This October

“Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Breast Cancer Walk Coming to Central Park This October

The annual "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" Breast Cancer Walk will be held in Central Park on Sunday October 19, 2014 beginning at 8:00AM.  

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THE TRIUMPHANT TERRIERS

THE TRIUMPHANT TERRIERS

The St. Francis men's soccer team finally earned their first win of the season. Terrific defense and good communication on the field contributed to the 3-0 victory against Howard University.…

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Thank You For Not Smoking

Thank You For Not Smoking

Smokers, no smoking! At least that is what St. Francis College has been proclaiming since the city's indoor smoking ban went through, sparking the schools July 2011 tobacco free rule…

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A New Production Crew Forms At St. Francis

A New Production Crew Forms At St. Francis

Good news for students as St. Francis College's new Production Crew is finally up and running.  

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App Happy: SFC Releases New Mobile Application

App Happy: SFC Releases New Mobile Application

St. Francis College is kicking off the new school year with a new mobile app.  

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Exhibit of 200 Shoes Steps Into Brooklyn Museum

Exhibit of 200 Shoes Steps Into Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is showcasing more than 200 shoes for the Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe exhibit  from September 10 to February 15.  

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Missing the Cord?

Missing the Cord?

The fall 2014 semester at St. Francis College started quite differently than in the past years.  

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New Horseless E-Carriage May Replace Horses in Central Park

New Horseless E-Carriage May Replace Horses in Central Park

The horse-drawn carriages that have been providing rides through Central Park for more than 100 years may be replaced with horseless E-Carriages after, concerns have been raised about the safety…

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Obama Extends Airstrikes into Syria

Obama Extends Airstrikes into Syria

President Barack Obama announced his plan to extend the airstrikes against the jihadist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to Syria in his speech on Wednesday, September 10.…

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SFC Men's Soccer Ties it up with Lafayette

SFC Men's Soccer Ties it up with Lafayette

On Saturday, September 13, 2014, at the Mike Bourger Field-Oaks Stadium, in Easton, Pennsylvania; the St. Francis College Terriers met with the Lafayette Leopards with hopes of bringing their current…

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SFC Awarded Top Regional College Ranking

SFC Awarded Top Regional College Ranking

St. Francis College continues its rise to the top as U.S. News and World Report name it a Top Regional College in the North for 2014.  

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Kites Fly High Above East River

Kites Fly High Above East River

Children and adults of all ages flew kites above the East River for the 4th annual Brooklyn Kite Festival at Brooklyn Bridge Park on Saturday, September 13.  

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SFC Women's Volleyball Team Falls Short at St. John's Classic

SFC Women's Volleyball Team Falls Short at St. John's Classic

The St. Francis Terriers women's volleyball team capped off their second doubleheader in two days as the St. John's Classic drew to a conclusion.  

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A Boy from Brooklyn

A Boy from Brooklyn

From Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Jimmy Fallon had no idea that he would one day be the host for The Tonight Show on NBC.  

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The Best of New York’s 2014 Fashion Week

The Best of New York’s 2014 Fashion Week

New York City's 2014 Fashion Week began September 4th and ended one short week later on September 11th. The week may have come to a halt, but some of the…

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St. Francis Terriers’ women’s volleyball drops both matches on day one of the St. John’s Invitational

St. Francis Terriers’ women’s volleyball drops both matches on day one of the St. John’s Invitational

After a tough loss at the hands of Lafayette College the St. Francis Terriers were back in action this afternoon as they kicked off the St. John's Invitational. Day one…

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Councilman Aims To Crack Down on Costumed Characters

Councilman Aims To Crack Down on Costumed Characters

Amidst the concerns for pedestrians and tourists, Bronx Councilman Andy King proposed a bill on Monday, September 8 to regulate the costumed characters who solicit tips when posing for pictures…

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The English Club Provides Resource For Readers and Writers

The English Club Provides Resource For Readers and Writers

As the school year begins at St. Francis College, one of its newest additions is the English Club, a club intended for students with an interest in reading and writing.…

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Close but no cigar; Terriers’ women’s volleyball team falls in five sets

Close but no cigar; Terriers’ women’s volleyball team falls in five sets

The Terriers' women's volleyball team kicked off their eight game road trip with a match this evening against Lafayette College. From the early looks of this match it looked like…

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SFC Gets a Nursing Major

SFC Gets a Nursing Major

St. Francis College will offer a Bachelor of Science in nursing next semester to satisfy an estimated nursing employment growth rate of 26 percent by 2020.  

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SFC's Dance Team Rises

SFC's Dance Team Rises

SFC's Dance Team continues to rise with sophomore captain Kaila Camara, sharing the title with Cavel Warren-Kidd as former captain Marica Pean steps down.  

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Death to the Death Penalty

Death to the Death Penalty

Defense attorney Michael Siem digs into the ethics and productivity of the death penalty in the United States during St. Francis College in a lecture Tuesday September 9th entitled "Lethal…

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Berkin Educates Students on the Role of Women

Written by Valerie Kaufmann on . Posted in News

Carol Berkin, author and history professor at Baruch College, gave a lecture entitled I Who Did It: Women in the Struggle for American Independence at St. Francis College on Thursday, September 18, discussing the impact women have made on America.

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America's Worst Mom Discusses Children's Non-Dangers

Written by Charles Caloia on . Posted in News

Lenore Skenazy, who became famous for her 2008 article in the New York Sun, "Why I Let My 9-year-Old Ride the Subway Alone," spoke about how it is unnecessary to protect children against non-dangers at St. Francis College on Tuesday, September 16.

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