8 Strategies for Effective Online Learning in Science-Based Programs

As the digital era continues to transform the educational landscape, online science-based programs are gaining unprecedented popularity. These programs offer flexibility and accessibility but come with unique challenges that demand […] Read more »

Briarcliff Science Research Student Reaps Rewards for His Hard Work

Briarcliff High School senior Edmund Tsou wanted to find a more cost-effective way to help paralyzed people communicate. Now, he is enjoying the fruits of his labor, having been recognized […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow High School Junior Wins Congressional Art Competition

Every spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art contest aimed at acknowledging and encouraging young artists across the country. Participants submit their artworks to their local […] Read more »

Empowering Your Career: Selecting the Right Trade School

If you are starting to work on building your future, chances are that you’re looking at schools right now. Deciding on a career isn’t the easiest thing to do. You […] Read more »

SUNY Westchester Community College Selected By Metallica’s All Within My Hands For New Scholarship for Women

SUNY Westchester Community College has been selected as one of only five community colleges in the country to receive a new $50,000 grant from Metallica’s foundation, All Within My Hands […] Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Presents Willy Wonka Junior

Putting on a school musical with over 30 participants is no easy feat. Luckily, Briarcliff Schools put an emphasis on giving back and helping one another. Briarcliff Middle School is […] Read more »

Sports Betting In New York Is Funding Education

Sports betting has quickly become America’s new favorite pastime, as this activity is currently legal in thirty-eight states and the District of Colombia. New York joined the online section of […] Read more »

Benefits of Pursuing an MPA for a Career in Health Administration

In today’s world, where health systems are under constant scrutiny, and the demand for efficient healthcare management is at an all-time high, an MPA offers the tools and insights needed […] Read more »

Poster Art a Big Part of Cherry Blossom Festival

Peekskill Rotary’s 7thAnnual Cherry Blossom Festival & Plant Sale — on Saturday, May 4 from 10-5 at Peekskill Riverfront Green — offers more than great fun on that day.   Local […] Read more »

Hey, Kids, Can You Name the Falcon Chicks Nesting on the Bridge? 

A naming contest for the peregrine falcon chicks atop the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is open to third- to sixth-graders across Rockland and Westchester counties who can submit names […] Read more »