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Bloomfield College Hosts 4th Annual Student Research Day
The students, many of whom will graduate in May, had an impressive knowledge base and a real understanding of their fields of study.
Bloomfield College Basketball Player Reaches 1,000 Career Points, Earns All-District Honor
Nick Davidson ’18 was named to the All-Metropolitan Writers Association (first team) and the National Association of Basketball Coaches' (NABC) 2017 Division II All-District East Second Team.
Bloomfield College Faculty Member Wins Jackson Poetry Prize
Patricia Spears Jones has won a $50,000 prize. Judges praised the Brooklyn-based poet, whose previous honors include a Pushcart Prize, for her “sophisticated and moving” work.
Bloomfield College CAT Student Announces Debut Album, Listening Party
Roberts, who composed, produced, arranged, recorded, and engineered the six-track EP, will celebrate this accomplishment with a listening party on Friday, May 5.
Bloomfield College Unveils the Creative Arts & Technology Faculty Exhibition
The exhibit is open to the public through April 27, 2017 and is located on the second floor of the Bloomfield College library in the Scott H. Kaplan '02 Gallery.
Bloomfield College Hosts Panel of Goya Executives
The Goya Panel was moderated by Bloomfield College Board of Trustee member Hector Banegas, Senior Vice President/Senior Wealth Planning Strategist of Wells Fargo.
Basketball’s Leading Scorer Establishes Scholarship at Bloomfield College
Star athlete and Bloomfield College alumnus, Gage Daye '12, has established a scholarship at his alma mater designed for students hailing from Newark, New Jersey.

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Creative Arts & Technology Division Hosts Global Game Jam 2016
Students and alumni collaborate for 48-hour game design marathon.
Education students, alumni & faculty attend workshop at Newark Public Library
Informative discussion on how school districts are changing in the U.S.
Event Honors Publication of New Book by Dr. Michelle Chase
Literary work covers crucial period of Cuban history. Focuses on women & politics in the Cuban revolution (1952-1962).
Game Recap: Bears Basketball Doubleheader Jan. 30 on ESPN3
Highlights of the Men's and Women's teams vs. Philly U. in nationally-televised doubleheader
Division of Humanities opens new art exhibit in Kaplan Gallery
"Urban Art Meets Global Art" to run through Jan. 15
Bloomfield welcomes record incoming class
Second-largest in school history boasts increased SAT, ACT scores
Freshman Anthony Maldonado earns national RBI scholarship
Bears pitcher one of 11 nationwide recipients of financial award
Dr. Tresmaine Grimes named new VP for Academic Affairs
Iona College Assistant Vice Provost accepts new role at Bloomfield
College named in Money Magazine's Best Colleges rankings
Institution receives "A-" value-added grade in annual results
Bloomfield welcomes new graduates at annual Commencement Ceremonies
Distinguished guests help celebrate new alumni
Global Initiative students hold annual Korean Culture Festival
Yearly tradition showcases international customs