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DIY Filmmaker Shares Secrets

DIY Filmmaker Shares Secrets

Not long ago, Kevin B. Lee stopped by CCNY’s Shepard Hall to talk to film and video students about his desktop documentary Transformers: The Premake. A youtube hit of this past summer with 36,000 views. The video manipulates 355 other [...]

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Comic Con 2014

Comic Con 2014

More costumes, more adventures, more fun by Shahbaz Khan Ever since I was a little kid I loved reading comics and playing video games. The first comic book I picked up was Calvin & Hobbes and the first game I played was [...]

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Financial Aid — The Music Video

Financial Aid — The Music Video

How one former student turned frustration into art. Vega Tigarrius knows the difficulty of dealing with financial aid. Like many students he got the runaround, and even dropped his classes while attending Middle Tennessee State University. But out of frustration came [...]

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Tipico Night!

Tipico Night!

Celebrating Latino culture By Ayana Cole In honor of CCNY Latino Heritage Month, Friday, September 19th will mark CCNY’s fourth annual TIPICO NIGHT! The event will b hosted by The Office of Student Life and Leadership Development in association with the [...]

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Our Students Get Fashionable

Our Students Get Fashionable

As fashion week continues, CCNY gets in the mix by Elsie Alonso From September 4 to 11, fashionistas from around the world are flocking to the city to see the spring’s trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (MBFW). Aside from the traffic the [...]

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Film Review: Film Socialisme

Film Review: Film Socialisme

   Jean Luc Godard's 2010 venture, Film Socialisme, might be one of the most polarizing and frustrating films to try to make sense of in the last five years. Already possessing an enduring reputation as one of the giants of French New Wave [...]

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Film Review: Zodiac

Film Review: Zodiac

Now that the criminal mastermind flick has become a set type, a widely overdone one, this film tends to get easily shrugged off as yet another film about an ultra-intelligent serial killer who is always one step ahead of the [...]

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Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Local writer and editor Angela Bronner-Helm offers advice to MCA students by Ayana Cole-Price, photo by Tatiana Herrera Distinguished journalist Angela Bronner-Helm held a press conference at CCNY recently. Helm, 40, discussed her career path as a writer and offered insightful [...]

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