CNN/ MSN NEWS
February 28, 2024: Jayashree Kamblé, an English professor at LaGuardia Community College and president of the International Association for the Study of Popular Romance, on the relatively new genre ‘romantasy’ has captured readers’ imagination.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
February 25, 2024: Dr. Joni Schwartz-Chaney, professor at LaGuardia Community College, writes about why she teaches critical race theory.

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER/ MSN NEWS
February 24, 2024: Onaje J. Muid, adjunct assistant professor at LaGuardia, spoke about how community healing groups can help people heal from racial wounds together and strengthen each other, during a panel discussion on the importance of reparations and healing from the trauma of racism.

QUEENS LATINO
February 23, 2024: LaGuardia Launches 36th Year of Summer Youth Employment Program.

QUEENS CHRONICLE
February 22, 2024: LaGuardia Community College basketball player Arthur Dukes is named the City University of New York’s Athletic Conference Player of the Year for the 2023-24 season.

NEW YORK TIMES
February 20, 2024: Arthur Dukes, CUNY’s player of the year, went through hard times before he broke out at LaGuardia Community College.

THE GRIO
February 18, 2023: LaGuardia Community College professor and sex educator Herbert Samuels (now retired) quoted in article.

QUEENS GAZETTE
February 15, 2024: LaGuardia Performing Arts Center Presents ‘Working: A Musical’

QUEENS CHRONICLE
February 15, 2024: This month the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center is presenting five performances of “Working: A Musical,” the 1978 Tony-nominated musical that was updated with some new music in 2012.

INSIGHT INTO DIVERSITY
February 14, 2024: The Exploring Transfer program at Vassar College is a summer intensive that immerses currently enrolled community college students in an academically rigorous environment. It was started in 1985 through a partnership with LaGuardia Community College.

THE GUARDIAN
February 14, 2024: LaGuardia’s romance professor is interviewed on romance bookstores popping up all over America.

THE CONVERSATION
February 13, 2024: Dr. Jayashree Kamblé, LaGuardia professor and president of the International Association for the Study of Popular Romance, on five myths about romance fiction.

QUEENS GAZETTE
February 12, 2024: LaGuardia Community College, Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez, and NY Sun Works celebrate opening of hydroponic research lab.

NEW YORK TIMES
February 10, 2024: Arthur Dukes Jr. had made three false starts at college before becoming the star player for LaGuardia Community College’s scrappy new team.

WNYW-TV FOX 5 NEWS
February 8, 2024: LaGuardia Community College’s Arthur Dukes has dominated Division 3 men’s basketball despite spending part of the year homeless. Thankfully, he has a temporary place to live thanks to LaGuardia’s partnership with Airbnb.

AOL
February 8, 2024: LaGuardia Community College basketball star scores big on and off the court.

QUEENS CHRONICLE
February 8, 2024: LaGuardia Community College President Kenneth Adams attended a February 1 celebration of $10 million in funding for Long Island City from the state’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative.

QUEENS GAZETTE
February 7, 2024: LaGuardia President Kenneth Adams stands with Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, City Council Member Julie Won, and other community leaders, celebrating $10 million awarded to the Long Island City Partnership (LICP) to revitalize Long Island City.

LIC POST
February 6, 2024: Gospel music hall of famer Bishop Hezekiah Walker headlined a benefit concert for NYC Kids RISE at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center.

PIX11
February 5, 2024: Formerly homeless star basketball player Arthur Dukes has a temporary place to live thanks to a partnership between Airbnb and LaGuardia Community College.

NEW YORK POST
February 2, 2024: LaGuardia’s star basketball player Arthur Dukes was homeless until Rhonda Mouton of LaGuardia CARES hooked him up with a temporary living situation in Brooklyn through the college’s partnership with AirBnB. In December, Mouton helped set in motion his current, more permanent residence, an apartment in The Bronx.

SI LIVE
February 2, 2024: Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that students enrolled in the certified medical administrative assistant program at LaGuardia will be eligible for their schools’ Tuition Assistance Programs.

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