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College to screen award-winning documentary
Film to be shown in Westminster Arts Center
Career Development, CIS team up for Meet the Professionals panel
Event gives students chance to interact with industry pros
College founds new ACM chapter
Organization helps provide computing resources for students
Distinguished guests highlight Franklin Street Residence Hall Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Event part of annual Deacon's Fest celebrations
Athletics to hold charity garage sale Oct. 26
Proceeds from day will be donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation
Art exhibit curated by Bloomfield students to be displayed at Newark Public Library
Free display will run through December 2014
Bloomfield honors brightest at annual Dean's List Awards Program
131 students recognized for academic achievements
C.H.A.M.P.S. Program holds Fall Retreat
Three-day event gives students chance to experience influential organization
Center for Creative Placemaking to host innovative workshop Oct. 8
One-day event to be held on Bloomfield campus
Artist Fred Kahl holds live demo as part of Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Students get hands-on look at the science of 3-D printing
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Two Highly Distinguished Political Experts Participate in the College's Political Roundtable
New York Times' White House Correspondent, Peter Baker, and POLITICO Editor, Susan Glasser, provide their professional opinions on all things Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and more.
Bloomfield College welcomed Jim Axelrod, Peter Baker, and Susan Glasser
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Micro-Scholarship Partnership with Raise.me, the First of Its Kind in New Jersey
High school students, starting as early as 9th grade, can now earn scholarships from Bloomfield College
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Bloomfield College Hosts "Understanding Judaism" on the Eve of Passover
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.