Articles in “Northeast States”


Bennington College boasts famous alumni such as Michael Pollan

Michael Pollan, award-winning author of several books and writer for the New York Times, got his beginnings at Bennington College in Vermont, where he earned his bachelor’s degree.  Read More…

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Hartwick College alumna teaches current students about landscape design

Deirdre Cunningham, a 1979 graduate of Hartwick College, returned to the school for an interactive workshop on landscape design, a campus planting and a lecture titled “Art and the Public Landscape.”  Read More…

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Saint Michael’s College graduate former CEO of MTV

High school students who wish to work in public relations, entertainment or marketing may want to consider enrolling at schools that were once attended by successful professionals.   Read More…

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SUNY Cortland offers childhood education students real-world experience

High school students who wish to pursue careers in early childhood education can benefit from gaining experience in a related setting.   Read More…

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Landmark College caters to students who have learning disabilities

High school students who have learning disabilities may feel as though their higher education options are limited.   Read More…

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St. Bonaventure University’s soup kitchen has served the needy for more than 35 years

College degree seekers who wish to obtain higher education from a Catholic institution that emphasizes public service may benefit from applying to St. Bonaventure University (SBU). The school founded a soup kitchen in 1973, which still operates today.   Read More…

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Adelphi University hosts event with Baseball Hall of Fame alumni

Each year, the Adelphi University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics hosts the Annual Fall Cocktail Party. The Athletics Department fund-raising event is considered one of school’s premiere parties.   Read More…

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Brooklyn College student publishes acclaimed collection of poems

Ocean Vuong, a creative writing major at the City University of New York Brooklyn College (BC), published a collection of poems called Burnings.   Read More…

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Segway engineer speaks at University of New Haven

As part of its engineering lecture series, the University of New Haven’s (UNH’s) Tagliatela College of Engineering in Connecticut hosted a free public lecture called Humans in The Loop.   Read More…

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College of New Rochelle aims to encourage Catholic traditions

The College of New Rochelle’s mission is grounded in Catholic intellectual, moral and social justice tradition.   Read More…

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