Hope For the Pope!

Hope For the Pope!

Pope Francis intends to visit Philadelphia for the Catholic Church's World Meeting of Families in September 2015, but has not yet announced whether or not he will come to New…

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Mysterious flag replacement on the Brooklyn bridge

Mysterious flag replacement on the Brooklyn bridge

New York City citizens have become very concerned and curious after noticing that the two American flags of the Brooklyn Bridge were replaced with two bleached white flags early yesterday…

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“Super Mario” Goetze Helps Germany Win Its 4th World Cup Title

“Super Mario” Goetze Helps Germany Win Its 4th World Cup Title

Germany's midfielder Mario Goetze (#19) scored his teams first and only goal during the World Cup final soccer match in 1-0 win over Argentina in extra time.  

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Beloved SFC History Professor Dr. Arthur Hughes has passed away

Beloved SFC History Professor Dr. Arthur Hughes has passed away

Dr. Arthur Hughes, author and former history professor at St. Francis College for 46 years, died on Wednesday, June 9 at age 85.  

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The Phil Taitt Show starring SFC junior Philip Taitt

The Phil Taitt Show starring SFC junior Philip Taitt

Philip Taitt, a junior at St. Francis College, has launched his very own talk show on YouTube entitled The Phil Taitt Show.  

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St. Francis Women's basketball team looks to make their mark in Preseason WNIT

St. Francis Women's basketball team looks to make their mark in Preseason WNIT

After a historic 2013-2014 season, the St. Francis College Women's basketball team is headed to the 2014 Preseason Women's Invitational Tournament (WNIT).   

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SFC Graduate Takes Over

SFC Graduate Takes Over

Hector Batista, who grew up in Park Slope, Brooklyn and graduated from SFC in 1984, is now CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC, an organization that matches adult…

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Farewell SFC Today: Chief Reporters Goodbye

Farewell SFC Today: Chief Reporters Goodbye

Among the many things I've learned at SFC is that the escalators will most likely never work when needed.  

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Palmer Funds Her New Film

Palmer Funds Her New Film

Communication Arts Professor and filmmaker Dr. Augusta Palmer is in the pre-production stage of a film entitled A is for Aye-Aye: An Abecedarian Adventure, which involves St. Francis students and…

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Salsa Dancer Steps Into SFC

Salsa Dancer Steps Into SFC

SFC Freshman Brianna Rios has been salsa dancing since age four and now competes professionally.

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To vote or not to vote?

To vote or not to vote?

Students are campaigning eagerly for candidacy of executive student government positions for the upcoming school year.  

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Delfino Does it All

Delfino Does it All

Matthew Delfino, political science major and indoor track athlete has been named valedictorian of the Class of 2014.  

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Minor in music

Minor in music

Coming this Fall 2014 is the new music minor started by Dr. Forsberg, chairperson of Foreign Language, Fine Arts, and International Cultural Studies department.  

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SFC holds annual speech competition

SFC holds annual speech competition

The Annual Delaney Speech Competition will be held at SFC in the Callahan Center on Tuesday, April 22 at 5pm.  

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Saunders Reads from "Tenth of December" at SFC

Saunders Reads from "Tenth of December" at SFC

The final segment of the Spring Walt Whitman Writers Series at SFC featured bestselling author George Saunders, who read from his most recent collection of short stories titled "Tenth of…

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DUMBO Gets Fit For Summer

DUMBO Gets Fit For Summer

The DUMBO Business Improvement District (BID) is accepting proposals from designers to install temporary pop-up fitness stations, extending one mile from Cadman Plaza to Brooklyn Bridge Park.  

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Quinn Does More Than Just Teach

Quinn Does More Than Just Teach

Professor Terry Quinn's love and passion are in teaching and writing and he has been at SFC for 20 years as an adjunct professor, which gives him plenty of time…

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‪ Troupers Performance - Don’t Dress for Dinner‬

‪ Troupers Performance - Don’t Dress for Dinner‬

The St. Francis College Troupers will be presenting Don't Dress for Dinner on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12, and this play is something quite different from what is…

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Apple Mac misery

Apple Mac misery

OPINION: Some St. Francis College students are not happy with the upkeep of the school's Apple Macs and other technology.  

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A Poetry Reading By Alumna Lauren Alleyne

A Poetry Reading By Alumna Lauren Alleyne

Alumna Lauren Alleyne will read from her collection of poems entitled Difficult Fruit on Friday, April 4 at 4:00 p.m. in room 6214.  

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Get linked with Linkedin

Get linked with Linkedin

We live in a very media savvy world and now more than ever, in order to keep up with our connections, many companies and employers are using Linkedin to connect…

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SFC Charter Award Dinner Raises $700,000

SFC Charter Award Dinner Raises $700,000

SFC's 53rd Annual Charter Award Dinner honored Tom Brokaw and SFC alumni Ken Daly, raising more than $700,000 for student scholarships.  

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14th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial Run at BK Bridge Park

14th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial Run at BK Bridge Park

This Saturday, April 5, is the 16th Annual Eileen C. Dugan Memorial 5K Run.  

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Nick & The Chicks To Present One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds

Nick & The Chicks To Present One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds

Nick & The Chicks, SFC's new student run theater company will perform their first production, "One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds", in the Maroney Theatre on Thursday March 27 from 11:00…

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Distinguished DiGuido To Speak at SFC

Distinguished DiGuido To Speak at SFC

Currently the CEO of Optimus Interactive and the President of Al's Angels, Al DiGuido '78 will be speaking at SFC on April 8th in Founders Hall at 11:00AM to host…

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Apartment Tower Coming To Remsen Street

Apartment Tower Coming To Remsen Street

Quinlan Development Group began work on three neighboring commercial buildings on Remsen Street, which it plans to turn into a 185-foot-tall apartment tower.  

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Hope For the Pope!

Written by Julia Giammona on . Posted in News

Pope Francis intends to visit Philadelphia for the Catholic Church's World Meeting of Families in September 2015, but has not yet announced whether or not he will come to New York.

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