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Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

By: Katie Herchenroeder On Thursday November 2nd, students from all academic backgrounds competed in a “Design Hunt” put on by Invention Corps of The City College of New York (CCNY). During the event, participants were tasked with creating resourceful solutions to systems on campus. From reworking the school’s shuttle bus system to thinking critically about […]

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Keeping a Level-Head With ‘City Tutors’

Keeping a Level-Head With ‘City Tutors’

By: Curtis Ashley On the list of resources you should be aware of this school year, local tutoring services should be in your top five. Fortunately for City College students, there’s City Tutors (CT). CT is a home-grown tutoring service that meets the need of the students and the Harlem community. They offer tutoring to […]

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Enzo Soderini: From Soccer Star to Immigration Advocate

Enzo Soderini: From Soccer Star to Immigration Advocate

Text and photo by Hash Sesay In front of the North Academic Center at CCNY, a tight side hallway leads to a small office. Here you see employees working overtime making phone calls, sorting through mountains of paperwork, and speaking with multiple clients. This office, the City College Immigration Center, residents can receive various services […]

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CCNY Fights Food Insecurity with New Pantry

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Text and photos by Jose Cardoso Last week, the Colin Powell School  and NYPIRG celebrated the opening of CCNY’s food pantry in NAC 6/145 to fight the little-discussed problem of hunger among college students. According to a study by CUNY, nearly 40 percent of undergraduate students surveyed reported being “food insecure” in some way while […]

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CCNY Students Tackle Race & Racism in Millennial America

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  A Black History Month Discussion at 1010 WINS   by Ana Sampson In post-election 2017, just about any discussion of race becomes contentious. But a mixed-race panel of college students hosted by 1010 WINS last Friday, expressed hope not rage. “I was raised to treat everyone equally,” said Marie Brewer, a recent City College […]

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Harlem Residents Unite Against Trump’s Travel Ban

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  It’s not just those from the seven effect countries who feel the effects — and are pushing back. Text and photo by Cristal Moris Luis Lopez, a Harlem resident, opposes Donald Trump’s recent immigration ban, even though he doesn’t come from any of the seven Muslim-majority countries. “He honestly isn’t looking out for our […]

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A Nor’easter Hits the Area, and Students Get a Snow Day!

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Text and photos by Johnathan Thompson Some furious flurries shut down public schools on Thursday, and CUNY followed suit, giving students at CCNY a snow day. In the “city that never sleeps,” exactly no one complained. “I love the snow, on top of that it meant no school and no work!” said Geraldine Miranda, a […]

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Immigration Ban Flies in Face of Pluralistic Values at City College

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Text and Photo by Joey Viglietta Enzo Soderini, an immigration lawyer for international students at the City College of New York, speaks in a near-whisper, as though wary of surveillance. He has discussed the same issue for several days straight. “I have met so many students from Middle-Eastern countries: Iran, Iraq, Syria,” says Soderini. “They […]

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Starlet Keke Palmer Holds Book Signing at CCNY

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My Roommate’s All-Exclusive Experience by Mia Chin On February 2, Keke Palmer, beloved actress, singer, and song writer, made a guest appearance at Aaron Davis Hall. It was the first signing of her new book, I Don’t Belong to You: Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice. This young impassioned artist is most known for […]

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Soda Streaming for Coexistence

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Misinformation Leads to Harmful Boycotting by Ariel Avgi – CAMERA Fellow Walk around the NAC Rotunda between club hours, or even 12pm to 2pm on a Monday or Wednesday. There is no shortage of student clubs trying to sell you baked goods or fresh waffles. The pro-Israel student advocates at City College have introduced a […]

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Federal Judge Speaks on Ethics at Work

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CCNY Fellowship Invites Chief Justice Robert Katzmann for Discussion by Anthony Viola In the Trump era, it’s challenging to go […]

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

By Maty Drame Famed author, journalist and City College professor Herb Boyd was on campus in late March to discuss […]

Utilities in Marshak Take a Hiatus

Marshak will be without heating or air-conditioning over four weeks. Photo by: Anthony Viola

Large-Scale Project Forces Air Conditioning and Heating Shutdown by Anthony Viola The Marshak Building will be without heat or air-conditioning […]

We Asked an Editor at VICE About “Bro Culture”

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By Michael Alles The hilarious, talented, extrovert Rajul Punjabi visited Linda Villarosa’s Intro to Journalism course in Shepard Hall last […]

New Policies Help Avoid Voter Mishaps

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Student Government Elections Begin by Anthony Viola With elections for student government approaching next month, CCNY president Vincent Boudreau has […]

You’ll Never Hear About This

You'll Never Hear About This

A submission piece by Oshra Bitton No one wants to hear about your terrible Monday. It’s almost always dreadful for […]