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Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Week is done nationwide in effort to raise awareness and has raised over $115 million to support the American Cancer Society.
The College and District have also announced a 25% tuition reduction to all TSD employees interested in pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree.
On Saturday, December 8, Bloomfield College Division of Nursing inducted sixteen new members into Iota Alpha Chapter, STTI. Candidates ranked in the top 35% of their class.
Creative Arts and Technology alumnus, Lorenzo Cardona ’11, has earned his first Grammy nomination. His engineer work on rapper Post Malone’s song, Rockstar, featuring 21 Savage, is up for Record of the Year.
President Richard A. Levao delivered the keynote address to the WTA, a non-governmental partner of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), held in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
On Tuesday, December 4, three Bloomfield College alumni returned to their alma mater to participate in the Social and Behavioral Sciences panel.
The Sesquicentennial Gala was held on Saturday, December 1. Over $650,000 in proceeds was raised for scholarships, making it the largest fundraising event in the College's history.
Gloria Rodriguez’s journey to Bloomfield College was spread far and wide by the Teacher Project, in partnership with Chalkbeat and WNYC. Rodriguez shared her story as an undocumented student with NPR.
On Saturday the Bloomfield College women's basketball will raise funds for Go 4 the Goal, an organization that strives to help children with cancer.
The College community has unveiled Carlozzi Commons. Trustee Nicholas Carlozzi; his wife, Cathy; and the Carlozzi family foundation made an extraordinary gift, which has culminated in the College naming an area of campus after them.
The Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences event is on Tuesday, December 4. The event, which includes an alumni panel discussion and reception, begins at 4:00 p.m.
Bloomfield College has entered the exciting world of Esports, with three teams consisting of up to six players per team. Funding for the new program was made possible by the generosity of Trustee Joanne Marren.
“The grant will move the library makerspace beyond concept and into tangible reality for the College. Resources will now be acquired and their educational value demonstrated,” said Dr. Reid
Gerald Holmes’ 300th career win at Bloomfield College as Head Men’s Basketball Coach will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 14 at 6:45 p.m.
Bloomfield College will present a workshopped reading of Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida on November 9 at 6:00 p.m. in the College’s black box theater.
Faculty, staff, students, and more members of the Bloomfield College community will celebrate Sesquicentennial Day on Thursday, November 8.
Yasmeen Mitchell ’19 has been featured in New Jersey's Best Emerging Poets. Put out by Z Publishers, the anthology features 76 up-and-coming writers, including Mitchell and her poem “See Me.”
“We are honored that Bloomfield College has selected us as honorary chairs for the institution’s Sesquicentennial Gala,” said Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy.
Members of the Bloomfield College community have come together to help a young alumnus secure office space for his startup. This initiative has also created a wonderful internship program for current students.
Bloomfield College unveiled the Bestfoods Educational Foundation Center in the Library. Bestfoods gifted the College with $2.89 million for scholarships, the largest gift received from a foundation in the history of the College.

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