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‘Lightning Struck, Again!’ Women’s Basketball Falls To Lehman on Senior Day

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Photo by Curtis Ashley BY Jeff Weisinger Senior Sports Editor   “You don’t beat a team three times.” That mantra is sticking with the CCNY Women’s Basketball team after their 69-58 loss to Lehman on Sunday’s senior day. After getting swept by Lehman this season, the Lady Beavers are looking toward their upcoming potential playoff […]

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An Eye For An Eye, City Gets Revenge On the Bloodhounds

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Photo by Curtis Ashley / Beaver Beat By Curtis Ashley Sports Writer A win is a win, even when it comes against the worst team in your conference. For the City College Men’s basketball team, that team was the John Jay Bloodhounds, and even though they gave them their first win of the season, it’s […]

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Women’s Basketball Gets Away With Murder At John Jay, Continues To Build A Head of Steam

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Photo by Curtis Ashley / Beaver Beat By Curtis Ashley Sports Writer It was the perfect crime, and the City College Women’s basketball team was able to get away with it. After a closely contested first half, the girls overpowered the John Jay Bloodhounds to win their third straight game, putting them away with a […]

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The Scoop on CCNY’s New COO

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What you may not know about Leonard Zinnanti’s past by Laura Taveras Later this month, Leonard F. Zinnanti will assume the role of acting senior vice president for administration/chief operating officer – a new position at CCNY. His duties will center on all things financial, including budgeting, finances, accounting and financial reporting, and purchasing. Bottom […]

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Beavers Can’t Prevent Mauling By Bearcats, Get Swept For The Season

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Photo by Curtis Ashley By Curtis Ashley Sports Writer It was another unfortunate loss by the City College Men’s basketball team on Tuesday night, as they allow the Baruch College Bearcats to get the season sweep over them. Things went south for the guys quickly and they were never able to turn it around, losing […]

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The Resignation of Eric Weitz — and What It Means

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In a surprise move, the dean of Humanities & Arts called it quits. Here’s why by Tiffany McKay On January 28th, 2016 Dean Eric Weitz resigned as dean of Humanities and Arts, CCNY’s largest division, effective January 29th. Weitz came to the college in 2012 from the University of Minnesota, and during his tenure the […]

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