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Hostos president tapped to lead Queens College

Jul 7, 2014 • TimesLedger
After a nationwide search, the CUNY board of trustees has selected Dr. Félix V. Matos Rodríguez, president of Hostos Community College in the Bronx, to replace interim president Dr. Evangelos Gizis at the Flushing school. ... “In the spirit of Queens ... More

Queens Abolitionist's Tombstone Mysteriously Appears in Professor's Yard

Jun 10, 2014 • NBC New York
A Queens College professor returning home from vacation found a mysterious gravestone lying in his yard and was set to break it into pieces when he realized how special it was. Allan Rudman says he got back to his Flushing home last week to find the ... More

Queens residents to celebrate trumpet legend at the Louis Armstrong ...

Jun 27, 2014 • New York Daily News
Children and grandchildren of Satchmo's neighbors will celebrate his legacy from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Louis Armstrong International Music Festival, in the shadow of the Unisphere at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. “We're not looking for a ... More

Hostos president picked for Queens

Jul 3, 2014 • Queens Chronicle
CUNY didn't have to look far to find a new president for Queens College. Felix Matos-Rodriguez, president of Hostos Community College, a CUNY school in the Bronx, was named late Monday to take the reins at the Flushing school. Matos-Rodriguez, 52 ... More

Tombstone of 19th century Queens abolitionist will be placed at his burial site

Jun 11, 2014 • New York Daily News
Anthony DelMundo/New York Daily News Queens College Professor Allan Ludman points to the spot where he found a headstone in his backyard that belongs to well-known abolitionist Wilson Rantus of Jamaica who died on 1851. The headstone will be moved to ... More

Cleaning up creek remains a problem

Jun 26, 2014 • Queens Chronicle
At the DEP meeting, it was announced that a rain garden was planned for Flushing Town Hall and Queens College, bioswales for College Point and a green roof at New York Hospital Queens. Cervino would like to see a new CSO facility built above ground at ... More

A real community of change

Jun 18, 2014 • Queens Chronicle
Other places of historical interest in the downtown Flushing area include Flushing High School at 35-01 Union St. which was founded in 1875 and is the oldest public high school in New York City, and the Kingsland Homestead at 143-35 37 Ave., built in ... More

Cleaning up creek topic of DEP meet

Jun 19, 2014 • Queens Chronicle
The first public meeting in which the city Department of Environmental Protection addressed the Long-Term Control Plan for the combined sewer overflow issues at Flushing Creek took place at PS 20 in Flushing on June 11, with nearly as many presenters ... More

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