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Protestors Boycott Black Friday

Protestors Boycott Black Friday

No justice, no profit in honor of Michael Brown Organizers are urging everyone to join together and turn their backs on the nation’s biggest shopping day, Black Friday. The action comes after a grand jury decided not to bring charges against [...]

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How’s Registration Going?

How’s Registration Going?

It’s that time again; we check in with students As registration for spring 2015 classes continues--and everyone's much more comfortable with the CUNYfirst system--we asked CCNY students how it's working out. Many are hustling to get a good weekly class schedule. As [...]

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How Students Are Spending Thanksgiving

How Students Are Spending Thanksgiving

This year Thanksgiving break has generated excitement but also mixed feelings among the CCNY student body. Although many are looking forward to a quick break from classes, some will be preparing for exams rather than enjoying time with family. “I’m looking [...]

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The Fate of the Fare

The Fate of the Fare

Higher priced metrocards?  Students tell MTA, "take a 'hike”" Beginning in 2015, students across campus will be forced to empty their pockets for public transportation. The MTA has, once again, raised the issue of fare hikes for NYC commuters. “So many [...]

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More Faculty Drama

More Faculty Drama

Infighting among CCNY professors continues; Faculty Senate Executive Committee fires back at new report A new report circulated last week offers further insight into the faculty back-stabbing, discord and disrespect at CCNY that we reported on earlier this semester. (If you [...]

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Why Can’t They All Just Get Along?

Why Can’t They All Just Get Along?

A look at the sorry state of CCNY faculty interpersonal relations An outside lawyer brought in to examine and diffuse tension among CCNY professors described faculty interpersonal relations as an “acrimonious state of affairs.” She offered her observations at a meeting [...]

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