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Just over two years removed from being on the precipice of reaching their ultimate goal, the St. Francis Brooklyn men’s basketball program has taken a precipitous fall of late. … Full Article

Union says agreement ends lockout at LIU-Brooklyn

 A union says a 12-day lockout of hundreds of professors at a New York university has ended. … Full Article

Frustrated LIU-Brooklyn students walk out on replacement instructors

The fall semester at Long Island University-Brooklyn is barely a week old, but already failing grades are being issued — to replacement faculty.  
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Locked out LIU faculty picket campus on first day of fall classes

They couldn’t walk in, so they marched outside — loudly. … Full Article

Long Island University-Brooklyn hit with labor pains on Labor Day Weekend

On the eve of the fall 2016 semester, Long Island University-Brooklyn’s administration and its unionized faculty are embroiled in a heated contract dispute. … Full Article

Brooklyn College will be home to a leading center for Haitian Studies

The borough that has long been the nexus of the city’s Haitian community will now be the site of what’s being touted as a leading source of knowledge about the Caribbean island nation, its people and culture. … Full Article

Bishop Kearney grad named Posse Scholar

Annaliese Tucci is heading up a posse, but it has nothing to do with rounding up a bunch of cowboys to go after stagecoach robbers in the Old West. … Full Article

SUNY starts search for new chancellor

The nation’s largest system of higher education is searching for a new chancellor. … Full Article

St. Francis Summer Science Academy launches 16th year

For the 16th year, St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights is offering an opportunity for dozens of New York City high school students to get real-world experience in the sciences during its free, two-week Summer Science Academy. … Full Article

St. Francis College student honored with $10K award

St. Francis College Communication Arts major Alexa Castelluccio ’17 was awarded the first National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) Michael Gargiulo Scholarship in Broadcasting and Communications, a $10,000 award, on Tuesday at the Pier A-Harbor House in Battery Park.  … Full Article

St. Francis students, faculty, administrators support United Nations #globalgoals

In celebration of The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, St. Francis College students, faculty and administrators came together to make a video showing which #globalgoals they support.   … Full Article

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