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Though Cynthia Nixon Didn’t Win, Still Year of the Woman in Harlem

PS 194 Countee Cullen School on West 144th Street. Photo By: Eric Coyotecatl

By: Eric Coyotecatl   On September 13,  New Yorkers cast their final votes or the New York Democratic primary election. Both candidates, actress-activist Cynthia Nixon and incumbent Andrew Cuomo, were pushing for the seat of governor. Ultimately, Cuomo  won the election by a landslide, receiving 65 percent of the votes. Although Nixon lost, her running […]

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Man in White House Scares Away International Students

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By: Michael Alles   Tasnim Jackson, a former CCNY student with a bachelor’s in biology, had a lot to say when asked about the sharp decrease in international student visas noted in a recent report by the Pew Research Center. “It’s like a snowball, his election, gun violence, attacks towards immigrants,” Jackson says, referring to […]

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Sophie Ceremonies and Coats of Camaraderie

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By: Kim Keblish On Thursday, the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/CUNY School of Medicine commemorated its third-year B.S./MD, class of 2023, cohort into medical school with the White Coat Ceremony. Parents, friends, and family members cheered, and even brought air horns to celebrate their students’ accomplishments in the Great Hall. This moment was particularly […]

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Students Spread Cheer Before Finals

Students Spread Cheer Before Finals

The Committee Behind Lavender Fever Week by Anthony Viola Plenty of work happens all year long leading up to May’s annual Lavender Fever Week (LFW). Although the roster of events seems to be all fun and games, behind each day one student committee makes it all happen. From the week-long scavenger hunt to the food […]

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A Public College with Personal Trainers

A Public College with Personal Trainers

By Roberto Hart Many colleges in the CUNY system offer certificate courses to become a personal trainer. But how often is it that you hear of a college that also has a few on the premises for their students to use? The City College of New York’s Wingate Fitness Center has just that for their […]

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Students React to Facebook Data Breach

Students React to Facebook Data Breach

By Ibtasam Elmaliki City College student Andy Lopez can hardly contain the rage he feels at Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and CEO, following the massive data breach that occurred in March. “He will soon be exposed for the reptile he truly is,” says Lopez, an English major and film minor.“His mask will fall off and the […]

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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 week, to speak with City College students. Punjabi, formerly a CCNY adjunct, is currently an editor at TONIC, a sub-channel of VICE focused on wellness, health, and science. Some examples of her stories are “We […]

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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 almost everyone because it marks the beginning of a new week of school or work or even both. But in between your prose and Harlem Renaissance classes on the Monday of March twelfth, you’ll sit […]

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CCNY Hosts Its Biggest Job And Internship Fair Of The Year

CCNY Hosts Its Biggest Job And Internship Fair Of The Year

By Maty Drame The 2018 internship and job fair took place earlier this month in the Great Hall of Shepard Hall with over 70 employers looking for talent to fill jobs and internships. The event, hosted by the City College’s Career and Professional Development Institute (CPDI) , was open to students and alumni of all […]

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Meet Our New CCNY Study Abroad Ambassador!

Meet Our New CCNY Study Abroad Ambassador!

By Dayana Perez Naomi Beaubrun first studied abroad in the Netherlands during the summer of 2016. As she finished her term, she felt confident as a Haitian-American, scholar, writer, traveler, and future entrepreneur to inspire others in her new role. After several more scholarly trips, Beaubrun became the college’s study abroad ambassador. Her first academic […]

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Though Cynthia Nixon Didn’t Win, Still Year of the Woman in Harlem

PS 194 Countee Cullen School on West 144th Street. Photo By: Eric Coyotecatl

By: Eric Coyotecatl   On September 13,  New Yorkers cast their final votes or the New York Democratic primary election. […]

Man in White House Scares Away International Students

Photo By: Sarah Wy

By: Michael Alles   Tasnim Jackson, a former CCNY student with a bachelor’s in biology, had a lot to say […]

Sophie Ceremonies and Coats of Camaraderie

IMG_6939

By: Kim Keblish On Thursday, the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/CUNY School of Medicine commemorated its third-year B.S./MD, class […]

New York State’s Primary Vote is September 13th

New York State's Primary Vote is September 13th

By: Audrey Mosdell The Democratic primary elections are being held this week on Thursday, September 13th. But why is a […]

Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

The Lawyer and Activist Will Receive an Honorary Degree by Anthony Viola On June 1, Anita Hill, the women’s rights […]

Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

By: Radhamely De Leon and Brahmjot Kaur On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 the CUNY Board of Trustees met in the […]