You Are Not Alone

“City Never Sleeps” by Stephanie Cruz


You Are Not Alone: On Campus Event 

The Black Studies Program has teamed up with the Psych Department, the Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA) and other student organizations to screen the film “You Are Not Alone.” The film touches on the struggles an openly Gay Black man faces, and how he learned to deal with them.

The show starts at 5 p.m. in Shepard Hall room 304. Refreshments will be served, and it’s free!

Students Learn about Solo Sex, On Campus!

Sex educators have always taught that solo sex is the safest sex, and now they’re even teaching you how to do it.

Students at the Pennsylvania Liberal Arts College had the opportunity to learn how to effectively touch their organs. As if that wasn’t odd enough, the educators who led the session chose the strangest venue: the campus chapel! CCNY doesn’t have a campus chapel, but would it be appropriate to host a session like this in the Great Hall? Read More

New Exhibits on Campus

The Dominican Studies Institute (DSI) on campus has unveiled yet another exhibit, this time highlighting two Dominican artists right from New York City. The exhibit, “El Músico y el Pintor,” showcases the work of Composer Rafael Petitón Guzmán and  Tito Enrique Cánepa Jiménez. Visitors can view photos of the artists, musical scores, paintings and more. For more information Click Here 

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