Minor in music

Minor in music

Coming this Fall 2014 is the new music minor started by Dr. Forsberg, chairperson of Foreign Language, Fine Arts, and International Cultural Studies department.  

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SFC holds annual speech competition

SFC holds annual speech competition

The Annual Delaney Speech Competition will be held at SFC in the Callahan Center on Tuesday, April 22 at 5pm.  

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Saunders Reads from "Tenth of December" at SFC

Saunders Reads from "Tenth of December" at SFC

The final segment of the Spring Walt Whitman Writers Series at SFC featured bestselling author George Saunders, who read from his most recent collection of short stories titled "Tenth of…

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DUMBO Gets Fit For Summer

DUMBO Gets Fit For Summer

The DUMBO Business Improvement District (BID) is accepting proposals from designers to install temporary pop-up fitness stations, extending one mile from Cadman Plaza to Brooklyn Bridge Park.  

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Quinn Does More Than Just Teach

Quinn Does More Than Just Teach

Professor Terry Quinn's love and passion are in teaching and writing and he has been at SFC for 20 years as an adjunct professor, which gives him plenty of time…

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‪ Troupers Performance - Don’t Dress for Dinner‬

‪ Troupers Performance - Don’t Dress for Dinner‬

The St. Francis College Troupers will be presenting Don't Dress for Dinner on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12, and this play is something quite different from what is…

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Apple Mac misery

Apple Mac misery

OPINION: Some St. Francis College students are not happy with the upkeep of the school's Apple Macs and other technology.  

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A Poetry Reading By Alumna Lauren Alleyne

A Poetry Reading By Alumna Lauren Alleyne

Alumna Lauren Alleyne will read from her collection of poems entitled Difficult Fruit on Friday, April 4 at 4:00 p.m. in room 6214.  

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Get linked with Linkedin

Get linked with Linkedin

We live in a very media savvy world and now more than ever, in order to keep up with our connections, many companies and employers are using Linkedin to connect…

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SFC Charter Award Dinner Raises $700,000

SFC Charter Award Dinner Raises $700,000

SFC's 53rd Annual Charter Award Dinner honored Tom Brokaw and SFC alumni Ken Daly, raising more than $700,000 for student scholarships.  

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14th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial Run at BK Bridge Park

14th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial Run at BK Bridge Park

This Saturday, April 5, is the 16th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial 5K Run.  

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Nick & The Chicks To Present One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds

Nick & The Chicks To Present One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds

Nick & The Chicks, SFC's new student run theater company will perform their first production, "One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds", in the Maroney Theatre on Thursday March 27 from 11:00…

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Distinguished DiGuido To Speak at SFC

Distinguished DiGuido To Speak at SFC

Currently the CEO of Optimus Interactive and the President of Al's Angels, Al DiGuido '78 will be speaking at SFC on April 8th in Founders Hall at 11:00AM to host…

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Apartment Tower Coming To Remsen Street

Apartment Tower Coming To Remsen Street

Quinlan Development Group began work on three neighboring commercial buildings on Remsen Street, which it plans to turn into a 185-foot-tall apartment tower.  

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REVIEW: A One Night Stand with The Troupers

REVIEW: A One Night Stand with The Troupers

For those of you unaware of the independent collective of creative individuals who let their emotions and talent enter the stage of SFC, let me introduce to you "The Troupers"…

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R LINE REPAIRS SUCCESSFULLY

R LINE REPAIRS SUCCESSFULLY

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has announced that repairs on the Montague Street Tunnel are progressing well and the tunnel should reopen in October as planned.  

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Mt St. Mary's had help from 6th man in 1pt playoff win over St. Francis

Mt St. Mary's had help from 6th man in 1pt playoff win over St. Francis

OPINION: Controversy surrounds Mount St. Mary's one point playoff victory over the St. Francis Terriers, after it was revealed by Timothy Burke writer for Deadspin.com that Mount St. Mary's had…

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Fracking and Homegrown Economics: On Seamus McGraw

Fracking and Homegrown Economics: On Seamus McGraw

This past March 10, journalist and author Seamus McGraw made an impassioned appearance at SFC in support of his new book, "The End of Country: Dispatches to the Frack Zone."…

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Can Men Be Civilized Without Monogamy?

Can Men Be Civilized Without Monogamy?

William Tucker, author, veteran reporter, and writer, is coming to SFC on Tuesday, March 25 from 6-8pm to discuss the question; Can Men Be Civilized Without Monogamy?  

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Troupers To Perform "A One Night Stand" On Friday

Troupers To Perform "A One Night Stand" On Friday

On Friday, March 14, the Troupers will perform their second annual production of "A One Night Stand with the Troupers," at 7:30 p.m. in the Maroney Forum for Arts, Culture,…

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East Harlem Explosion

East Harlem Explosion

Two buildings collapsed in an explosion that erupted in uptown Manhattan on East 116th street in Harlem killing three people, injuring near 70, and many are still missing.  

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About a girl: Lena Dunham

About a girl: Lena Dunham

Brooklyn Heights Resident, Lena Dunham, has had a very interesting and hectic past few months to say the least.  

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Hill Shows One Of His Talents At CSI

Hill Shows One Of His Talents At CSI

SFC IT Technician Stephen Hill recently premiered his choreography and dance piece at the College of Staten Island.  

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The Terriers get bounced out early by the Bulldogs losing 58-53

The Terriers get bounced out early by the Bulldogs losing 58-53

Final: The Terriers histroic season has to come to an end as they lose to the Bulldogs 58-53.  

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Bank of America CFO visits SFC

Bank of America CFO visits SFC

Thursday, February 27th, SFC's Finance Club hosted a full-house gathering to Mark Smith, CFO of Global Transaction Services with Bank of America.  

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Brooklyn’s own HUGE to host Portfolio Night

Brooklyn’s own HUGE to host Portfolio Night

Every year cities from across the globe in partnership with IHAVEANIDEA & the Art Director's Club (ADC) celebrate Portfolio Night where students and young creatives show off their books and…

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Minor in music

Written by Elizabeth Mendez on . Posted in Features

Coming this Fall 2014 is the new music minor started by Dr. Forsberg, chairperson of Foreign Language, Fine Arts, and International Cultural Studies department.

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DUMBO Gets Fit For Summer

Written by Nicolas Fernandes on . Posted in News

The DUMBO Business Improvement District (BID) is accepting proposals from designers to install temporary pop-up fitness stations, extending one mile from Cadman Plaza to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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