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Built under budget, new high school opens in Yonkers

The 76,000-square-foot high school includes a competition-size soccer field and oversized classrooms.

The Upside: Written Out Loud

What one Fairfield entrepreneur first envisioned as a local venture has become a global enterprise almost overnight and entirely within the course of the...

Pandemic world learning: It’s all hands-on for Touro dental students

While many in New York state were anxiously awaiting word as to whether public and private schools teaching grades K through 12 in New...

New York Medical College announces patent for ‘revolutionary new bandage’

New York Medical College, a member of the Touro College and University System, is working to develop and bring to market what it describes...

Iona business course has students helping business and nonprofits

As Iona College in New Rochelle prepares for this year’s opening of a $37 million, 67,000-square-foot building housing the LaPenta School of Business and...

Stepinac H.S. brings new technology into classrooms

Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains has turned two classrooms into cutting-edge, high-tech learning centers with more to follow. Rev. Thomas Collins, the school’s...

Savings Bank of Danbury debuts checking program for students

The bank is making 3.0 Good to Go available to students with a verified 3.0 GPA or higher.

Pace University’s James Sterngold distances school from college admissions scandal

James Sterngold said the silver lining in what he described as “the dark cloud” of the scandal was that it emphasized that a college degree is more important than ever before.

New scholarship available for union-affiliated Pace Law students

A prominent Long Island lawyer and Pace Law School alumnus is giving back to his alma mater with a scholarship for students who are union members or who have a parents in a union.