Business as Usual as CCNY Outdoor Track Opens Season

Anticipation, the buildup…There’s nothing in the world like it. A fresh track, a new start, another chance at winning another title. Although there was a two-week break since the Indoor ECAC’s, the team hasn’t missed a step going into Saturday’s John Hopkins Invitiationals in Maryland . (No pun intended.) “We’re already contemplated how we’re going […]

An Exclusive Interview With The CCNY Secrets Admin

An Exclusive Interview With The CCNY Secrets Admin

  CCNY’s greatest current celebrity is, oddly enough, an unknown entity. From City College’s perpetual dysfunctions to the student body’s collective relationship struggles, we’ve enjoyed the opportunity to pry into the lives and grievances of our peers through CCNY Secrets. The Campus had a unique opportunity to get to know the CCNY Secrets Facebook admin […]

CCNY Men’s Volleyball Swept By Baruch

Baruch Bearcats simply overmatch CCNY Beavers- City swept for 10th time this season.   Senior night at the Nat Holman gym began on a high note and on a sour one. In a valiant effort to maintain good position in the CUNYAC standings for the upcoming playoffs, the CCNY Beavers were beaten in three straight […]

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The Campus Takes Home 2nd Place at the Media Awards

This week, the staff at the Campus Magazine had the privilege of attending the annual College Media Association conference and bringing home a second place prize for our multimedia packet “Silent Scream“. The conference was hosted at the Sheraton in Times Square this year and boasted speakers like HBO VICE’s Vikram Gandhi, pop-culture journalist and […]

2014-2015 ECAC Championships Recap

The ECAC championships this Friday and Saturday showcased four of City’s star track athletes at the New Balance Track and Field Center at the Armory. Peter DeHazya (Senior) participated in the men’s 60-meter dash on Friday and was able to qualify for the final round on Saturday with a time of 6.94 second. This was only […]


CUNY Refunds Tuition to Undocumented Students

According to the Associated Press, CUNY has returned $4,000 to 150 undocumented students. New York is among 19 states that allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrant students. It passed its law in 2002 and is intended for students who attended a New York high school for two or more years or received their GED in […]


Closing the Childcare Center

Updated March 20, 2015 In a Faculty Senate meeting on November 20th, Professor Jeruzalmi announced the closing of the childcare and development center. He clarified that the 1912 building was not up to code and so, will be closed for one year starting this June. In 2012, Councilman Robert Jackson donated $1.6 million to renovate […]

CCNY Announces New Course Withdrawal Process

City College has updated its course withdrawal process this spring in an effort to eliminate paper applications, shifting most of the student interface to CUNYfirst’s Self-Service tab. Starting on February 25th, all undergraduate students have received a service indicator on their records with the label “NWD” (Course Withdrawal Not Permitted Not Permitted Without Academic Advising). […]

Dear White People

Film Review: Dear White People

  As Black History Month ends at City College, the city university decided to end the annual celebration with the premiere of a movie that touches on a subject close to home: Dear White People. Director Justin Simien took to this film to give women of color a new role, portraying college students at a […]

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Civil Rights and Immigration 50 Years Later


“There is no state in the 50 states that provides more services than New York — no city that provides more services in America than New York City.” Boasted Allan Wernick last Monday (April 20th) in regards to immigration in the United States. The words “boasted” and “United States” hardly seem to fit in the same […]

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Sexual Assault on Campus — A National Crisis


Screenings of The Hunting Ground and discussions at City College raise awareness by Enoye Uwa Rape has decreased over the past 25 years in New York City. But on college campuses across the country, sexual assault continues to be a crisis. To highlight the problem, CCNY will be hosting a free two-day screening of the […]

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Lawmakers Propose Free MetroCards for CUNY Students


Last Thursday, two New York City lawmakers proposed legislation that would be make CUNY students’ lives just a little bit easier. Councilmembers Ydanis Rodriguez and Inez Barron proposed a resolution calling on CUNY to put money in its next budget for free MetroCards. Rodriguez, a City College alum and now chair of the transportation committee, recalled […]

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Understand the Past, Empower the Future

Understand the Past, Empower the Future

This year, Black History Month held special significance for my students in Brownsville. Black history – like that of all other marginalized groups – is an inextricable part of American history in any year. But 2014 was filled with examples of the struggles of the past persisting in the present. From the Mike Brown tragedy […]

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Worker Appreciation: Cafeteria Workers On Campus

Worker Appreciation Event

As we all strive for a better future as bright-eyed college students, the shadows of the working poor trail us, and offer a painful reminder of reality in our ‘win or lose’ society. The problem is seemingly invisible. The reticence of stress and struggle is buried beneath the roar of the successful. However, struggling individuals […]

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Thoughts on Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Video

clinton Ted Cruz is in. Marco Rubio is in. Rand Paul is in. And now, finally, the first Democrat is in: Hillary Clinton. Her announcement came as no surprise to anyone. In fact, the message even stayed relatively the same as her previous campaign announcements – but the format and visuals of this one was […]

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To Selfie or Not to Selfie. That is the Question


  Let’s be honest, we’ve all done it at some point during this decade.  Doesn’t matter where, doesn’t matter when, […]

And We’re Off: Ted Cruz First to Announce Run for Presidency


Senator Ted Cruz of Texas announced on Monday morning he would be running for president in 2016, becoming the first […]

VR gaming: too little, too late

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One of the biggest goals within the gaming industry is to make the gaming experience feel as natural as possible. […]

Career Expert Offers Expert Advice on Today’s Job Market

Career Expert Offers Expert Advice on Today’s Job Market

What you need to  know from Rhea Faniel, CCNY’s fairy “job-mother!” by Ashley Kalstek “The days of the hookup where […]

CCNY Seeking New Vendor for the Cafeteria


The Metropolitan Food Service Inc. is causing ruffles at City College once again. This time for reasons other than their […]

CCNY Takes Albany


On Thursday, February 26th, City College students were among the many that participated in the annual Higher Education Day of […]