College seniors are reporting trouble finding meaningful work in their chosen fields as well as expressing doubts about what happens after graduation.
A new crop of 616 NYPD officers graduated from the Police Academy Monday – among them a man who might as well be called a blueblood.
The canine officers are taught to sniff out explosives and patrol the Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North Railroad and Staten Island Railway.
Show your grad how proud you are with a special gift from the heart. Here are a few ideas for your upcoming college graduate.
After some initial confusion and harsh words, Eric LeGrand will speak at Rutgers University’s graduation ceremony.
Rutgers University says former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean will deliver the commencement address at this month’s graduation ceremony.
Parents of fifth graders at P.S. 117 claim $30,000 is missing from the school’s PTA account, handled by last school year’s PTA leaders.
In swearing in 781 new police officers this week, Mayor Michael Bloomberg singled out one new officer whose father was killed in the line of duty when she was just a youngster.
New Milford police say 49-year-old borough resident Sanjiv Agarwal was charged with assault, and additional charges are pending.
The city awarded McGraw-Hill a $10 million contract to collect, scan and send the Regents exams to graders electronically. But the system has been exceedingly slow, some teachers said.
Details of the threat have not been disclosed, but superintendent James Willis said it has been addressed by the Peekskill Police Department.
Jeffrey Deskovic, who was freed in 2006 after 16 years in prison, received his diploma from John Jay College of Criminal Justice at a graduation ceremony on Tuesday.
RetailMeNot.com’s Trae Bodge joined The Couch to show us some practical presents for the graduate in your life.
Thousands of college seniors are set to graduate this month and enter the job market. With an economy just beginning to come out of a recession it might be be so easy to land a first job. But it’s not impossible, according to Steven Greenberg, host of CBS Radio’s “Your Next Job.”
In a drastic move, a Bronx principal announced she would cancel senior prom unless the senior class guaranteed a 100 percent graduation rate.