Queensborough Community College

FaceTime Your Doctor

December 17, 2015 | CUNY Lecture Series, Queensborough Community College

Good news for everyone getting older: Aging doesn’t mean becoming debilitated, Mary Ann Rosa, a nurse and professor at Queensborough Community College tells an audience there at a talk on the future of health care. The baby boom generation that once caused the nation to build new schools is now older and impacting health care. One emerging trend, Rosa says: telehealth care. Patients and physicians will be spending more time communicating via devices, helping patients manage their medical conditions without hospitalization.

Pete Fornatale Analyzes Simon and Garfunkel

May 5, 2008 | CUNY Lecture Series, Queensborough Community College

Legendary New York radio disc jockey Pete Fornatale, who spun records at the dawn of progressive rock, says the musical match of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel as one of his biggest influences. The pair, with their blend of simple rhythms and meaningful lyrics, “single-handedly raised the IQ of music by 10 points,” says Mr. Fornatale, author of “Bookends” about the chart-topping Simon and Garfunkel album by that name. He teams with Long Island Music Hall of Fame archivist Tony Traguardo at Queensborough Community College to discuss the duo’s love-hate relationship and its impact on their music.
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