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Breast Cancer Hits Home

Breast Cancer Hits Home

When "think pink" becomes personal Seeing pink everywhere recently? That’s definitely not by accident! October is breast cancer awareness month and many of America’s favorite brands and sports teams change their colors to pink to show their support. According to breastcancer.org, 1 [...]

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Hung Up on Your Phone?

Hung Up on Your Phone?

A new campaign targets the cell-addicted Can’t put your phone down? You’re alone in this one. Today’s technology allows people to avoid real life by pulling out their portable distraction. Whether it’s at home, on your commute, or sneaking it at [...]

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Beaver Basketball Preview

Beaver Basketball Preview

What to expect this season. The leaves are falling, the sweaters are coming out, everything is pumpkin spiced, and that can only mean one thing: Basketball season is almost here! The men's and women’s teams both opened up camp last week [...]

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Alumni Gather for Annual Dinner

Alumni Gather for Annual Dinner

On Thursday, November 6, 2014, The Alumni Association of The City College of New York/CUNY will host the 134th Annual Alumni Dinner.  The dinner will be held at The New York Hilton on 6th Avenue and 53rd Street. This year [...]

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Bugged Out

Bugged Out

Eeek! Why so many insects? Creepy bugs are crawling all over CCNY’s campus. Students are complaining about seeing roaches, water bugs and other insects in their classes. Kathy Nunez, a junior, freaked out when she saw a bug in Shepard Hall. [...]

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Camping Out in Cohen

Camping Out in Cohen

Students get lots of shut eye in the library during midterms   Cohen Library is now open 24/7 through November 14th for midterms. As students start spending countless hours in the library it's beginning to look more and more like a campsite. [...]

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Professors Demand a Pay Raise

Professors Demand a Pay Raise

CUNY faculty members protest low salaries Our professors don’t make enough money—at least that’s what they believe. And now they’re taking their demands for higher wages to the streets. On Tuesday, CUNY professors will take part in a mass rally and [...]

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Free Ride

Free Ride

New York City schoolkids take the buses and subway for free. A popular petition demands the same for college students. At a school full of commuters like ours, bus and subway fare can add up. With room and board, utilities, books [...]

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