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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, August 22, 2017


The City University of New York last week named Peter M. Cohen as interim president of Kingsborough Community College following the recent announcement that Farley Herzek, the president since 2014, is retiring. Cohen will serve while the Board of Trustees conducts a search for a permanent replacement.

Cohen has been Kingsborough’s Vice President of Student Affairs since 2014 and has served in a variety of student-service capacities since 1987.

“We’re lucky to have someone from Kingsborough’s own family who can step seamlessly into the top leadership post,” said Chancellor James B. Milliken. “Vice President Cohen’s deep experience with the needs and aspirations of Kingsborough’s students and faculty will provide an essential bridge to the

Honoring the multigenerational impact of a thriving campus center

Danielle Druck was parading around New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood with hundreds of celebrants when her 11-year-old son Charlie exclaimed: “We’re going to jail! You can’t block traffic!”

After a few minutes, he accepted that the June 18 celebration in honor of a new Sefer Torah written for the Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life at Binghamton University was sanctioned, and said: “This is so cool! We’re dancing in the middle

Trinity Lutheran Church in Missouri applied for a state grant to fix up its pre-school playground. The State of Missouri has a program that provides rubber from recycled tires to cover play areas like Trinity Lutheran’s. Missouri declined the grant because of a state constitutional provision that “no money shall ever be taken from the public treasury, directly or indirectly, in aid of any church, sect, or denomination of religion.” Missouri is one of thirty-nine states with similar

Israel Sci-Tech Schools has been at the forefront of working with secular and religious authorities to forge educational curriculums that adequately educate and train ultra-orthodox Haredi women for employment in technology fields, including the defense and weapons industries. Among them is Meitar, a graduate of an orthodox all women’s Israel Sci-Tech High School in Beit She’an, who was recently joined RAFAEL, Israel’s Weapons Development Authority, one of the most prestigious positions in the

Diverse Student Population Continues to Revitalize City as Grads Land Jobs in their Fields

Later this month, more than 500 students will graduate from the Jerusalem-based Hadassah Academic College (HAC), the institution in the heart of the city known especially for its diverse student population and high rate of job placements of students upon graduation. Over the last four years, the College has doubled its number of students to 4,000—it grew by 20 percent in the current academic year—and has