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Man Shot in Harlem

Man Shot in Harlem

Yesterday, April 2nd, at around 1am a man was fatally shot in the head at the intersection of 130th and St. Nicholas Avenue.  No names or arrests have been reported as of yet. Source: http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140402/west-harlem/man-shot-dead-on-harlem-street-police-said [...]

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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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“What I Learned at Davos”

“What I Learned at Davos”

PR Superstar Barri Rafferty points to eight global trends students should know about. by Jalesa Tucker Ketchum CEO Barri Rafferty, one of the country’s most prominent women in public relations, visited CCNY to discuss Lessons from Davos and pointed to eight [...]

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State of the City

State of the City

Education and income inequality took center stage at Mayor De Blasio’s first State of the City address at CUNY LaGuardia Community College on Monday. “Fighting to end the Tale of Two Cities, not just because it’s moral and just, but because [...]

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In Case You’re Lost on the Christie Scandal

In Case You’re Lost on the Christie Scandal

There`s definitely a situation in Jersey, and it doesn’t involve Mike Sorrentino. Earlier in January, New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, found himself starring in a new political scandal that many argue will hurt his White House ambitions. Documents show that top Christie [...]

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CUNY Elects New Chancellor

CUNY Elects New Chancellor

The Board of Trustees recently elected a new Chancellor and they found him in the most unlikely of places - Nebraska.  The Board unanimously voted in former President of the University of Nebraska, James B. Miliken, 56; he will replace [...]

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