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Sex All Over City

Sex All Over City

But especially at the library. An intimate look by Leslie Cruz Last week, a couple of other students getting busy at the library forced Vivianna Smith find another place to study. Finding a condom wrapper in one of the individual study [...]

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Financial Aid — The Music Video

Financial Aid — The Music Video

How one former student turned frustration into art by Carrie Jeremy 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 [...]

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Ricky Young Spreads The Message

Ricky Young Spreads The Message

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014, The Campus Magazine sat down with Radio Host Ricky Young. Mr. Young is an ex professional boxer that received inspiration to begin a show called “What’s In Your Hand.” The show is recorded on the [...]

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No Time for “Showtime”

No Time for “Showtime”

Mixed reviews for subway performers by Curtis Ashley No matter how commuters feel about the subway performers they encounter throughout the city, the NYPD seems to have had enough of the antics. Over 240 have been arrested so far in this [...]

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Pen on Fire? Write It Out Pen on Fire? Write It Out Pen on Fire? Write It Out Pen on Fire? Write It Out Pen on Fire? Write It Out

Pen on Fire? Write It Out

Free workshop at CCNY combines writing and healing by Shira Ansbacher Beginning again; Robin D. Stone knows that well. The author and former New York Times and Essence Magazine editor has a new gig: certified holistic health consultant and facilitator of [...]

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No Snow Days for CCNY

No Snow Days for CCNY

While it was hectic for some and smooth for others, the wintry conditions of Thursday, February 13th had more than snow up in the air. “It felt like The Day After Tomorrow,” said CCNY student Joseph Chui, describing his journey to [...]

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Harlemween a Huge Success!

Harlemween a Huge Success!

The Undergraduate Student Government turned their hallway on the first floor into a dangerously scary haunted house for the children of Harlem this past Thursday.  I say “dangerously scary” because they made about twenty children cry – by accident, of [...]

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