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Apple’s CEO Comes Out

Apple’s CEO Comes Out

CCNY reacts to Tim Cook's announcement In late October, Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s CEO, broke his silence about his sexual orientation and announced himself as proudly gay in Bloomberg-Businessweek. “Let me be clear," he wrote. "I’m proud to be gay. And [...]

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Helping Kids Uptown Get Fit

Helping Kids Uptown Get Fit

Kids in communities near our college find ways to shape up Washington Heights has the most obese children, according to the Fitnessgram assessment conducted by the Department of Education’s (DOE). Earlier this year, it revealed that 47 percent of public school [...]

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Vampire Tech?

Vampire Tech?

In the future devices might feed on your blood Cellphones can at times seem alive especially to younger generations. Love for the device might have you panicking when its battery runs low and the screen yells, “critically low!” The possibility of [...]

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Crossing the Semester Finish Line

Crossing the Semester Finish Line

Hang in there; it's almost over! With three and a half weeks left in the semester students are feel this is the time professors go into overdrive. Just ask CCNY junior Gloria Quinones, “I have too many assignments and finals coming [...]

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Can’t Do Math? There’s an App for That

Can’t Do Math? There’s an App for That

Math has always been an intellectually challenging subject for many students. Just ask Kareem Joseph, a graduate student at CCNY. “I hate math,” says Joseph, 26, who has struggled with math his whole college career. “Graphing calculators are huge and [...]

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No Shave, No Problem

No Shave, No Problem

To fight cancer, let it grow No-shave November is as self-explanatory as social movements get. It’s become a big thing in pop culture today, yet many people don’t know the reasons behind it. Instead of being just a trendy time of [...]

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Need Career Advice?

Need Career Advice?

Try Jobipedia; it's online and free Just picture a collection of super nice people who happen to be HR representatives at some of the biggest corporations in America, sitting at a round table just twiddling their thumbs waiting for people to [...]

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Early Bird Gets the Grades?

Early Bird Gets the Grades?

A new study points to better results in morning courses Melissa Vargas, 25, hates morning classes. “Before college I had no other choice but to wake up early," says Vargas, a BCC student. "Now that I have the privilege to choose [...]

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