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NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering offers veterans a leg up on startups

Seventy five years after the naval aircraft from the Empire of Japan found the U.S. … Full Article

HeartShare offers English lessons to immigrants

In an effort to bridge the gap between immigrant parents and their children’s schools, HeartShare Human Services of New York has joined forces with the We Are New York program at the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs to offer an English course. … Full Article

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow honors Kathryn Wylde at fall gala

A Brooklyn nonprofit organization that helps high school dropouts earn diplomas, learn computer skills and compete in the job market raised $117,000 at its recent fall gala and will put the money toward its programs, leaders announced. … Full Article

Brooklyn native Jack Koolik receives HS diploma in Jacksonville at 90

He started high school back in 1941 at Abraham Lincoln HS in Brooklyn. It wasn't until 71 years after leaving school in 1942 that Brooklyn native Jack Koolik received his Honorary High School Diploma from Darnell-Cookman Middle/High School in Jacksonville, Florida.   … Full Article

Deutsch praises Shorefront Council’s English classes

Students learning to perfect their English in classes sponsored by the Shorefront Jewish Community Council in Brighton Beach received encouragement from their local city councilmember, who paid a recent visit to the program to see how they were progressing. … Full Article

Levin, other Brooklyn notables celebrate HOPE graduates

On Wednesday, June 4, The HOPE Program was joined by hundreds of HOPE students, graduates and community members for the Annual Achievement Ceremony.  Joining the event was NYC Council Member Steve Levin as well as Brooklyn Heights notables Elizabeth Bailey, Richard Moore and Carla Shen. … Full Article

PhD candidate makes complex scientific research sound simple

Forget Bill Nye the Science Guy. Lyl Tomlinson is the new star of the world of science!   … Full Article

Sunset Park non-profit helps high school dropouts

A Sunset Park-based non-profit organization that has assisted thousands of troubled teenagers get back on the right path in life is searching for more young people to help. … Full Article

6-year-old boy uses Facebook to unite brother and sister

DAVENPORT, Iowa — An Iowa man has been reunited with his sister 65 years after the siblings were separated in foster care thanks to a 7-year-old friend who searched Facebook. … Full Article

A post-hurricane message from Brooklyn Law School

Our BLS buildings are intact-apparently there was no significant damage to our properties except for losing internet and telephone service intermittently --  though many of our students, faculty, and staff have experienced horrific damage to their homes, property and local neighborhoods.  Our hea … Full Article


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