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With Lentini tuning up, Molloy hits an innovative note

By GREGORY ZELLER // Molloy College has certainly changed its tune. Not that its newly minted president-elect, James Lentini, won’t continue the visionary leadership of current Molloy College President Drew Bogner, who’s overseen significant growth over his 20-year tenure, including the introduction of numerous graduate-degree and doctoral programs, and is scheduled to retire in July. In fact, Lentini – currently senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at Oakland University in Michigan – was…


As SAT-prep costs soar, a classroom-based solution

By HARRY AURORA // If this spring’s much-publicized college admissions scandal highlights anything, it’s that competition to get into the nation’s top schools is fierce, with the cost of admission seemingly as high as the price of matriculation. Extreme examples aside, it’s no secret that college preparation favors the wealthy. Private instruction and tutors provide a competitive advantage to students and families who can afford them; some tutors’ rates start at $1,000 per hour, and…