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  • Seven STEM Scholars Participate In Summer Research Programs Nationwide

    Hostos Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) stars Elan Anderson, Swimi Kolancheril, Nii Tackie-Yarboi, Oluwafemi Ligan, Luis Tejeda Ortiz, Christian Huacón, and Keneil Fearon were selected to participate in highly competitive summer research and internship programs across the nation. All seven scholars were members of the Black Male Initiative team and have participated in research sponsored by the CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP), Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), Title V, and the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). 

  • Food Pantry Serves Up Support For Food-Insecure Students

    Food insecurity, the lack of available financial resources for food, is a real and rampant issue among college students, including many of those at Hostos Community College. A recent survey of 1,600 students in the Allied Health pathway program showed that 83 percent of respondents reported they have sometimes lacked the money necessary to feed themselves.

  • The Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation Provides Much-Needed Support to Food Pantry

    At Hostos, the need is real, and the donation will go a long way toward lessening the burden. In operation since 2011 through Hostos’ Single Stop program, the food pantry has served approximately 5,080 students annually since 2013-14. In 2017-18, due to limited supplies, only 1,440 students were able to receive support. A recent survey of 1,600 students in Hostos’ Allied Health pathway program showed that an alarming 83 percent indicated they have sometimes lacked the resources to feed themselves.




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Danielle Allen

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