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  • Hostos Bolsters Bronx Health Day

    Part of many Bronx Week activities, Bronx Health Day received a big boost from Hostos students and staff on May 15. Sponsored by the Bronx Borough President’s office, the goal was encouraging the residents to be more physically active and to commit to living healthier lifestyles.
  • Student Leadership Academy in the Spotlight

    Student Leadership Academy in the Spotlight
  • Hostos Students Participate In Health Disparity Conference At Tc, Columbia University

    Several Hostos students interested in health issues attended an Ivy League event at the 7th Annual Health Disparities Conference at Teachers College, Columbia University, on March 6 and 7.
  • Hostos Celebrates The Accomplishments Of Several Engineering Alumni

    As a way to highlight Hostos’ successful engineering graduates, and to keep the bonds strong with alumni and the Hostos family, the first-ever Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Chemical Engineering Programs’ Alumni Reunion was held on May 7 in the A-Atrium.
     
  • Hostos Dental Hygiene Students Send Important Anti-Smoking Message

    Hostos Dental Hygiene students are as dedicated to health issues as they are to their studies and patients. This commitment was on full display on April 22, when 20 students, both senior and freshmen, participated in a public smoking cessation event at the A- atrium called “Kick Butts Day.”
  • Hostos Community College Thanks You!

    Last night, we celebrated Hostos Community College’s collective mission at our annual 2015 Scholarship Benefit. Through the support of the entire extended Hostos family, we are thrilled to announce that the evening was a complete and total success!
  • Hostos Unveils Special Student Exhibit Aimed At Women’s Health And Health Disparities

    Nine socially conscious Hostos students took a look in the mirror, then turned it toward the outside world as they explored women’s health issues as part of a “participatory action research project.” This socially conscious experiment, or “PAR,” was then turned into a unique exhibit of photos and text, which will be on display at Hostos Community College from May 5 through May 22.
  • Hostos Student Takes Home Prize At Cuny Nobel Science Challenge

    Isamar Garrido-Rodríguez, a Chemical Engineering student at Hostos, won a second-place prize in the 2014 CUNY Nobel Science Challenge. The competition is for CUNY undergraduate students, and it entails writing a 1,000-1,500-word essay about scientific concepts, which must also make the science accessible to the lay person.
  • Hostos To Unveil Special Student Exhibit Aimed At Women’s Health And Health Disparities

    Nine socially conscious Hostos students took a look in the mirror, then turned it toward the outside world as they explored women’s health issues as part of a “participatory action research project.” This socially conscious experiment, or “PAR,” was then turned into a unique exhibit of photos and text, which will be on display at Hostos Community College from May 5 through May 22.