President Marc Camille of Albertus Magnus College discusses the need for improvements in the college admissions process.
Members of the Albertus and New Haven communities are invited to participate in service projects between March 11 and May 5, with a goal (which they passed) of 1,925 registered volunteers in honor of the College's founding in 1925.
It was started in the 1920’s by the Dominican Sisters of Peace as a women’s college.
"It is leadership that should be reflected across the country especially when access to a college education remains staggeringly unequal."
A historic voter turnout nationwide for midterm elections, including here in Connecticut, contributed to a problem with same day voter registration. Ross Edwards, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and professor of political science at Albertus Magnus College explains what happened.
The Albertus Magnus College Class of 2023 is now settled into their residence halls, ready to take on their first semester of college.
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The current state of the stock market may have investors wondering about their next move. Dr. Alan DelFavero, Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance of the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership at Albertus Magnus College, explains what's happening on Wall Street.
The Shops at Yale will host an event aimed at bringing local college students into the Elm City.
From concerns over food regulation to airport security, the record-breaking government shutdown likely has you wondering about the long-term impact. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Political Science at Albertus Magnus College, Ross Edwards, explains what the people of Connecticut need to know.