A look at summer classes at CCNY by Rachel Mines CCNY student Don Gutierrez decided to switch his major from science to fine arts. In order to avoid falling behind and delaying his graduation, he took a couple of summer courses last year. He says he thoroughly enjoyed them. “The teachers were great,” says Gutierrez. […]
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After a screening of The Hunting Ground, the conversation continues By Aimee Haicken Last month, I attended the screening of the documentary film The Hunting Ground at Spitzer Auditorium. This raw, brutal look at campus sexual violence and the refusals of campus authorities to either investigate charges or hold perpetrators responsible made for a visceral […]
Thinking about taking a course this June or July at City College? Here, a student shares her experience.
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 […]
On Wednesday, April 29th, New Yorkers took to the streets in solidarity with Baltimore. A speak-out began at 6pm in Union Square and lasted for a good two hours. Police had been gathering for about an hour prior — anticipating a large turnout. Shot by Louis Oprisa Edited by Rachel Mines
“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 […]