Larry Ambrosino ’69, who served part-time for two years as sports information director (from 1975 to 1977) for his alma mater, died on Aug. 28 of leukemia. Larry’s professional life was devoted to educating young people on Staten Island and, for 10 years, in Shrewsbury, N.J. A president of the Staten Island Council of Boy Scouts, he was founder and chairman of the Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame and the Patrolman Rocco Laurie Memorial Scholarship Fund. Bestowed with numerous community awards, Larry was named a Wagner Alumni Fellow by the college’s Alumni Association in 2017. “He was the quintessential kid at heart,” said his friend, former New York City Councilman Fred Cerullo, “always strong and youthful and energized. His love of Staten Island and those who call it home always came first — right after his family. Larry touched so many lives.”
Kaelber Retires After 50 Years
Religion professor retires after half a century on Grymes Hill.
A Term Paper for the Ages
How the biology department got its evolution mural.
Connor Gibbs ’17: Composer
The high school chorus teacher creates new music for all kinds of instruments.
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Students get realistic hands-on experience in the Hi Fidelity Simulation Lab.