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Plaza College Honor Society Students Take Top Honors at National Convention

Three Plaza students received top honors at the 2014 Sigma Tau Delta / Sigma Kappa Delta National Convention in Savannah, GA. The convention took place from February 27, 2014 to March 2, 2014.
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Plaza College Humanitarian Efforts Benefit GMHC, St. Francis Food Pantries, and Safe Horizon

Since December 2013, the Plaza College humanitarian efforts reached many in need across the five boroughs. As always, the students, faculty, staff, administration, and alumni of Plaza College have proven to be the most generous college community possible.
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Angela Rodriguez: An Alumni Profile in Success

As a student, she was beloved by her professors. As a friend, she was adored by her classmates. As a leader, she made her mark with several campus organizations. As an employee of the college she has proven invaluable to our graduates.
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Back to School

Plaza College student Donna Joseph is a medical assisting major in her 4th semester. After years of service to one company, Ms. Joseph was laid off – a stroke of bad luck that eventually inspired her to pursue a career in healthcare.
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Faculty Profile: Anne Eckhardt

Teachers come into our lives to create a sense of purpose and meaning, and to educate us on the things we thought impossible. The dictionary gives the definition of a professor as “A person who affirms a faith in or allegiance to something.”
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Women’s Health Workshop Marks a New Era in Student Life Programming

On Thursday, March 13, 2014, the Department of Student Life welcomed Riva Preil, a Licensed Physical Therapist from Beyond Basics Physical Therapy in New York City, who, along with Dean Marie Dolla, led a workshop on pelvic pain and how it’s treated. 
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Student Movie Review: August: Osage County

On February 21, 2014, Prof. Laura Butchy took members of the Plaza College Performing Arts Society to Union Square in Manhattan to see the film August: Osage County.
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