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College of Saint Elizabeth

Observing Surgeries Helps Student on Road to Medical School

Denise Cooper, '17, biology, uses her memories of growing up in Monrovia, Liberia, to motivate her to follow her dream of becoming a surgeon.

CSE Student Takes Opportunity to Study at Partnering College

Ananya Kadir, '17, computer science and math, loves to travel. The international student from Bangladesh became the first ambassador from CSE in the Yes We Must Coalition Student Exchange Program with Bethune-Cookman University.

Dr. Nancy L. Cohen Kicks Off New Women's Leadership Speaker Series

Dr. Nancy L. Cohen, historian and expert on women and politics, came to the Annunciation Center on January 23 to present Millennials, Movements and Women's Leadership: Is America Still Not Ready to Elect a Woman President? The speech was the first event of the new Women's Leadership Speaker Series.

College of Saint Elizabeth Names New Business Program Chair

Regina Riccioni, Ed.D., is the new chair for the Business and Health Administration programs at the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Rose Dining Room Renovations Completed

Rose Dining Room's renovations are finished, and students, faculty, and staff can enjoy a new dining area and new menu options provided by Parkhurst Dining. 

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Central New York Business Journal

Syracuse travel company brings women to destinations of rejuvenation

Robert J. Hanafin to formally open new Binghamton office on April 28

Self-taught cookie baker looking for Armory Square storefront

Syracuse startup develops fashionable technology that may save pedestrians’ lives

House calls make a return

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Fan First Magazine

How to Build More Carli Llloyds in Latin America

Ecuadorian soccer player Fernanda Vásconez fields questions about her efforts to break barriers for young girls who dream of playing soccer.

Denzel Washington & HBCU Debates: What You Need to Know

Technoir 2.0: A Celebration of Minority Entrepreneurship

Debates, football, and marching bands may be the most popular attractions for HBCU students and alumni. But pitching and possibly winning a startup competition brings an added dimension to the AT&T Nation’s Football Classic. Started by Ghost Note Agency, a digital marketing firm, in August 2014, Technoir 2.0 unites and celebrates black entrepreneurs.

HBCU Marching Bands Are the Reason People Stay for Halftime

There’s a reason no one leaves an HBCU football game at halftime to fetch chips or a hot dog. And if you think you know the reason why because you saw Nick Cannon’s Drumline, you only know part of the story. A halftime performance by an HBCU marching band is about more than just one section —it’s about the collective, show-stopping talents of every member. 

This Football Rivalry Needs to be on Your Bucket List

Entering its sixth year, the AT&T Nation’s Football Classic celebrates Black culture and historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) through a mix of athletics, intellectualism, tailgating, music, entrepreneurship, and, of course, marching bands — all packed into one September weekend.

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