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1.‘FEARLESS’ IS THE WORD FOR 2021 JOB SEARCH
ACCORDING TO BERKELEY COLLEGE VP, CAREER SERVICES, IN HBCU CAREERS MAGAZINE Berkeley College Vice President of Career Services, Amy Soricelli (top left, above), recently authored an article, “The Word for the 2021 Job Search is ‘Fearless,’” published in the 2021 issue of HBCU Careers Magazine.
by Post on 06/09 12:51PM - Story - 435 Hits
2.AACC, NSF Announce 12 Student Teams to Advance to Community College Innovation Challenge Finals
Community college students create STEM solutions to real-world challenges that benefit society Washington, DC – Today, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), announced that it has selected 12 finalist teams to advance to the final round of the Community College Innovation ...
by Post on 06/09 09:01AM - Story - 214 Hits
3.SUMMER CAMP DIRECTOR RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD FOR ADVOCACY WORK
BORDENTOWN, NJ – Andy Pritikin, owner and director of Liberty Lake Day Camp, has been awarded the 2021 American Camp Association Special Recognition Award for his advocacy in opening summer camps in 2020-21, and the policies put into place to ensure a safe summers for campers and staff during the ...
by Post on 05/25 07:18PM - Story - 363 Hits
4.AACC, NSF Announce 12 Student Teams to Advance to Community College Innovation Challenge Finals
Community college students create STEM solutions to real-world challenges that benefit society Washington, DC – Today, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), announced that it has selected 12 finalist teams to advance to the final round of the Community College Innovation ...
by Post on 05/12 07:43AM - Story - 288 Hits
5.NJPAC Is Ready When You Are!
In-person shows to return this summer, as Arts Center reopens with new entry procedures and upgraded safety equipment including premium HVAC, air purification and electrostatic cleaning
by Post on 04/18 07:33PM - Story - 658 Hits
6.Agent Studio Has Enhanced Travel Websites with New Dynamic Hotel Information
Secaucus, New Jersey (April 16, 2021) – Northstar Travel Group announced today that Agent Studio, its dedicated travel-specific website solution and marketing platform for travel professionals, has integrated a robust level of hotel content providing the most relevant and comprehensive travel information. Agent Studio subscribers and their respective website visitors can ...
by Post on 04/17 08:57PM - Story - 250 Hits
7.BERKELEY COLLEGE PROFESSOR VALUES RESPONSIVE APPROACH, EARLY ADAPTATION OF ONLINE LEARNING
, AND EMPATHY IN MANAGING CHANGE DURING PANDEMIC In this article by Professor Byron K. Hargrove, PhD, Professor of Social Sciences, Berkeley College Division of General Education, and Director, Berkeley College Honors Program, Hargrove writes about what he has learned teaching college students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Post on 03/23 03:36PM - Story - 384 Hits
8.The Real Thing: Student Wins Coca-Cola Scholarship
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College student Genesis Capellan has earned recognition as a 2021 Coca-Cola Gold Scholar, securing a $1,500 scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society of two-year colleges. Though more than 2,000 applicants vied for the honor, only 50 received the ...
by Post on 03/23 03:13PM - Story - 802 Hits
9.Student Research Seeks to Solve Pandemic Puzzle
... not stop a group of biology students from conducting research on the very topic that prevented their on-campus work: COVID-19. The scientific community took notice, publishing their article, “Microbiology of COVID-19: Chronicle of an Announced Pandemic,” in American Pharmaceutical Review, a leading pharmaceutical industry review journal for business and technology.
by Post on 12/22 05:17PM - Story - 214 Hits
10.BUSINESS JOURNAL Toggle INTERVIEWS BERKELEY COLLEGE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
AND CIO LEONARD DE BOTTON ON TECHNOLOGY APPROACH TO PREPARING FOR PANDEMIC Toggle, a quarterly business-to-business journal, spoke in-depth with Leonard DeBotton, Senior Vice President, Information Systems and CIO at Berkeley College, about how the College’s pre-pandemic technology preparations set the stage for a smooth transition to remote learning and ...
by Post on 12/10 10:30AM - Story - 313 Hits
11.Lockdown Jewelry-Making to Lower Stress, Fire Creativity and Bring Families Together
Intro: “Protecting our mental health during lockdowns is key to survival. How many movies can we stream or video games can we play, which can stressful all by themselves? Finding a way to disconnect into peaceful and creative tasks is great method for unwinding and fueling our imagination.
by Post on 07/29 07:24PM - Story - 299 Hits
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by Sam Stone on 10/13 11:27PM - Pages - 16,777,215 Hits
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by Paramus Post on 08/12 02:03PM - Pages - 100,761 Hits
15.USA Today Magazine Features The Secret Mormon Temple Ceremonies (Romney & Wife Have Made
It must have been a long time ago that Tricia went to the temple, and/or she has a very bad memory. She gets about everything wrong. This article is very inaccurate. The poorest of journalism.
by Dwight Rogers on 07/20 05:27PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
16.Lenders Agree With Cfpb: Consumers Need More Information About Reverse Mortgages
... the Huffington Post, is that many seniors don’t actually understand terms. According to Fox Business, some lenders also don’t make it clear that the surviving children and spouse of a borrower have the right to buy the home at the appraised value if the occupant dies. Related article at: http://personalmoneynetwork.com/moneyblog/2012/06/28/cfpb-reverse-mortgages/
by Ales Logan on 06/30 03:20AM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
17.Black Clergy And Other Concerned Christians Ask Governor Mitt Romney To Renounce His Racist Religion:
This article is nothing more than an idiotic and uninformed evangelical attempt to throw dirt on Mormons simply because they don't like what Mormons believe. I don't particularly care to way to waste my time answering such idiocy, however if you're interested, Stallion Cornell did take the time: http://stallioncornell.com/?p=1518
by Jason Beach on 03/11 09:50PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
18.Black Clergy And Other Concerned Christians Ask Governor Mitt Romney To Renounce His Racist Religion:
... and it erases all the darkness and all the views and all the thoughts of the past. They don't matter anymore. It doesn't make a particle of difference what anybody ever said about the Negro matter before the first day of June 1978. It is a new day and a ...
by Linda Fiatoa on 03/11 08:13PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
19.Brown-Bag lunch
A Sept. 21 article in Brandweek magazine reported that brown-bagging is at its highest level since 2001 because of the current economic woes and concerns over the increase in obesity rates. Photo by Nelvin Cepeda and Taryn Stone. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 10/09 08:57PM - Media Gallery - 1,138 Hits
20.POP ART
Lylie Fisher took bubble-chamber images of trails left by subatomic particles and turned them into works of art by adding colored resins and varnishes. \'What attracted me was the interaction between the bubble tracks and the spaces they created,\' she said. CNS Photo courtesy of Lylie Fisher. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 03/09 05:09PM - Media Gallery - 1,851 Hits
21.Alison Brown
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22.My Fair Lady
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23.My Fair Lady
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24.My Fair Lady
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25.My Fair Lady
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