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Men’s Soccer Ends a Four Game Losing Streak With a 4-1 Win Over Berkeley

BY RALPH CHERY CCNY Soccer Writer   City College relished a 4-1 victory at home against Berkeley College Monday evening,  ending their four-time losing streak. Unlike the score shows, it wasn’t a good performance for the Beavers. City allowed Berkeley to take 25 shots, 11 on goal, while they took 16. “Personally I think it […]

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Men’s Soccer Falls Short to Staten Island 2-1

BY RALPH CHERY CCNY Soccer writer   City College’s men’s soccer team were unable to hold on to the lead as Staten Island rallied back for a 2-1 at CSI Soccer Complex Saturday afternoon. Abdul Rashid Abdulai put the visiting Beavers ahead in the 26th minute, and nearly had a brace, but CSI’s Philip Lefkowitz […]

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Don’t Miss the Study Abroad Deadline

Adi Chavarria Study Abroad

Here’s what you  need to know to travel the world By Adi Chavarria Deadlines to study abroad for the spring 2016 semester are approaching. October 15th is the last day to submit an application. Students can choose from Barcelona, Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, and more, depending on their field of study or interest. Madison Hoyos […]

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Presidential Campaign So Far — Students Weigh In


No one is sure who to vote for, if at all by Jazmin Rosa From February 1st to June 14th 2016, voters across the nation will vote to determine the final candidates for the 2016 Presidential Election. The New York primaries occur on April 19th, and the general election falls on November 8th. Many students […]

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Freshman Freak Out

Saif Choudhury – Trail of Fears_ Landscape-

The transition from high school to CCNY can be rough for the freshies! by Saif Choudhury Maviya Ahmad, a freshman biology major, is looking forward to the pre-med program City College offers. Her schedule is full of courses in science, math, and the humanities –the norm for most freshmen. She has made friends in all […]

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Best Bites Near City College


Where to eat! by Ashley Kalstek The semester has barely started and you’re already sick of saran wrapped bagels with peanut butter and overpriced granola bars on campus. How many times have you been forced to add on a Kind bar you didn’t even want to make the credit minimum at school, anyway? Freshman and […]

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