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Woven into the fabric of Brooklyn's history, Nathan's Hot Dogs have become an American culinary institution. Lloyd Handwerker, grandson of founder Nathan, came to St. Francis College on March 21, 2017 to share the book and film he produced that recounts the history of Nathan's.
St. Francis College welcomed immigration law attorney Susan Henner on March 9, 2017 to discuss what's really happening in the courts and and on the ground since President Trump signed his travel executive orders.
The St. Francis College chapter of Education Honor Society Kappa Delta Pi (Xi Rho) welcomed four eduction leaders from New York City on March 9, 2017 to offer advice on the best ways to prepare for a career in teaching.
The St. Francis College Center for Entrepreneurship celebrated International Women's Day by hosting a Women Entrepreneurship Forum: Retail, Technology, and Innovation on March 9, 2017 a the College.
The spirit moved civil rights pioneer Bernard LaFayette to end his talk at St. Francis College on February 21, 2017 with a song. From original Freedom Rider with now Congressman John Lewis, to a close confidant and organizer with Martin Luther King, Jr., Bernard LaFayette has spent his lifetime fighting for justice and equality through non-violence.
Tanya Van Court, Founder and CEO of iSow and David Helene, Co-Founder of Edquity and UniFi Scholars talked about the basics of personal finance and how to master the challenges young people face when dealing with none on February 16, 2017 at St. Francis College.
Continuing a new tradition at St. Francis College, more than 60 future nurses, the largest class ever at the College, were welcomed into the four-year Nursing BSN program at the Third Annual Nursing White Coat Ceremony with a Keynote Address by State Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon on Friday, February 3.
As she walked down the aisles, shaking hands with dozens of the almost 700 people who came to see her speak, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor talked about an important realization she'd come to since joining the highest court in the country.
Students coming from families with low incomes have a great chance of making it big if they attend St. Francis College, writes the New York Times in an assessment of a major new report conducted by The Equality of Opportunity Project.