Faculty Forum Showcases KCC’s Brightest Professorial Minds
Dec11

Faculty Forum Showcases KCC’s Brightest Professorial Minds

Kingsborough faculty were given the opportunity to showcase their work from this semester at the annual faculty forum on Thursday, November 30 as departments from Business, Art, English, Journalism, Communications, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, and Behavioral Sciences delivered presentations that showcased their academic and professional research, which included their upcoming books, student experiments and...

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Cuccia’s Dual World Depends on Passion and Diversity
Dec10

Cuccia’s Dual World Depends on Passion and Diversity

During school hours, Vincent Cuccia plays the role of Speech and Business Communications professor proficiently. After papers are graded, Cuccia takes the role of co-owner of company Planet Pepper. Planet Pepper provides hip and butt pads for drag queens, cross-dressers, or anyone who wants killer curves. As a New Yorker, Cuccia strongly believes in diversity and stresses the importance of different shapes of men and women....

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Inside the KCC Cosplay Club
Dec07

Inside the KCC Cosplay Club

Costumes, characters and action- all elements of KBCC’s Cosplay Club. Often overlooked because not many students know about what they do, but more importantly because of the misconceptions that come from the term “cosplay.” Simply a way for people to connect with their favorite fictional characters, cosplay is the act of creating costumes and dressing up. The Cosplay Club is far from the average roleplaying...

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Inside the KCC Urban Farm
Dec06

Inside the KCC Urban Farm

There is a compact vegetable garden hidden between T1 and T2 buildings that many on the Kingsborough campus see, but don’t understand why it’s there. It is surrounded by a chain-link fence with a small metallic gate. There is a peeling red wooden sign that says KCC Urban Farm, but make no mistake, there’s a wild, blooming and bright association of people and ideas associated with everything that goes on inside. As...

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Career Services Assist Students With Career Needs And More
Dec06

Career Services Assist Students With Career Needs And More

After re-enrolling at Kingsborough in 2015, Lillian Collazo walked through the Career Services’ door at Kingsborough Community College with a new attitude to not only reevaluate her career goals, but to find herself. Attending college is a stressful time, with the strain of college courses and the pressure of choosing a career path that is realistic and pays the bills. Collazo knows this better than anyone and lucky for her, she had a...

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‘The Guild’ That Keeps On Giving
Dec05

‘The Guild’ That Keeps On Giving

Founded in 1958, the non-profit organization The Guild of Exceptional Children in Brooklyn has created a warm, stable, loving environment helping children and adults living with developmental disabilities. Serving nearly 1000 individuals each day, GEC provides services the enable these children and adults reach their fullest potential and live fulfilling lives....

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