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Breaking News: Provost Maurizio Trevisan Resigns


Earlier this week, Maurizio Trevisan resigned his position as provost of City College, the number-two position under President Lisa Staiano Coico. This move adds to the administrative storm that began last year with word of the college’s $14 million budget crisis. Trevisan will serve as full-time dean of the new CUNY School of Medicine at […]

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USG Elections — It’s Not Too Late to Cast Your Ballot

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Voting ends Thursday May 5 @ 9 PM. Here’s what you need to know by Laura Taveras  All students registered for a degree can vote in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) elections. Voting started Monday, May 3, 2016, at 10 AM and ends Thursday, May 5 at 9 PM. Computers are available to students […]

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Engineers Without Borders Changes the Lives of Hundreds

CCNY’s EWB Chapter

A five-year venture that will give clean water to Nicaragua BY Anthony Viola   Everyone can agree that water is essential. The United States is built on a society where much of its population does not have to worry about having water. Unfortunately, this access is often taken for granted, as there are many places […]

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Presidential Election Update

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Bernie Sanders Visits the Bronx

Bernie Sanders Visits the Bronx

  By Ricardo Verdesoto Thursday, March 31, New York City welcomed Bernie Sanders for the first time in his 2016 Presidential Campaign. An estimated 15,000 gathered in Saint Mary’s Park. Spirits were high and there was an air of positivity surrounding the event. The event had the feel of a summer concert, as Sanders embraced […]

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Michelle Obama at Commencement! City College Reacts

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Good news provides boost for CCNY community BY Laura Taveras First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver the commencement address to CCNY’s class of 2016 on Friday, June 3! That news has spread like wildfire this week. The news received a lot of coverage on social media. CCNY’s Facebook announcement has gotten over 2.6k likes, over […]

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The First Lady To Speak at Commencement


  Photo by Mark Humphrey/AP BY Jeff Weisinger Senior Editor   If there was any way to send the Class of 2016 out with a bang, The City College of New York got it right. And got it right in one of the biggest ways possible. CCNY announced today that First Lady Michelle Obama will address […]

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CUNY Budget Update: The Latest News in Our University’s Financial Crisis

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For a change, the news isn’t all bad by Meagan DelVecchio Late last week the New York State legislature gave Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget deal a thumbs up. Included in the package: A nearly $500 million line item for CUNY senior colleges. In January, Cuomo threatened to withhold funding for CUNY senior colleges and shift […]

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Hundreds More Join Fight For CUNY, Affordable College


  Photo courtesy PSC-CUNY By Staff In their fight to save CUNY from further financial doom, hundreds of more student groups have joined a statewide letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Legislature in hope to make college, let alone CUNY, more affordable. This week, the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) unveiled a […]

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CUNY Rising Protests Intensify


CUNY professors, students and staff took to the streets of Manhattan to demand money and respect from Albany. Text, video, photography by Demi Rodriguez On March 10th, students, faculty and staff from CUNY schools came together to fight for funding, contracts, and raises. They met in front of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s midtown Manhattan office, and […]

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