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Where Do We Go from Here? Complete Coverage of Our Student Town Hall

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Recent event highlights uncertain future, including immigration crisis and financial scandal By Elihu Fleury Uncertainty is the only certainty there is. That one sentiment summarizes the CCNY Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, December 8th. It took place in the NAC Aronow Theater, and featured Interim President Vincent Boudreau. The assembly came as CCNY faces a […]

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CCNY Continues Investigation of Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Campus

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Public Safety Searches for Suspects in Hate-Related Vandalism by Anthony Viola The NYPD and City College authorities are involved in an ongoing investigation of anti-Semitic graffiti reported on campus on December 7. A student found derogatory language written in pencil on a brown window frame in one of the rooms on the fifth floor of […]

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CCNY’s Financial Misconduct Sparks CUNY-Wide Investigation

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The new report has students worrying about the college’s integrity by Anthony Viola While the administration seems to be moving in a positive direction, the ghost of its past still haunts the City College of New York. Although ex-president Lisa S. Coico has resigned, her alleged mistakes remain front and center. Two days after Coico’s […]

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CCNY Mourns Student Killed in Apparent Murder-Suicide

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Just after Thanksgiving, City College student Aaron Raines was killed in what is believed to be a murder suicide. Raines and 26-year-old Anthony DiLorenzo, a resident of Virginia, were found dead inside a Washington Heights apartment on November 29 at 11:20 PM, according to PIX11. Labeling it domestic violence, police think DiLorenzo shot Raines in […]

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Post Election Thoughts

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Interim CCNY President Vincent Boudreau shares thoughts on the national election: To many of you, the world today must feel a colder and more lonely place. Over the past months, we have watched the parameters of what is acceptable in our political and social life, and in the speech acts associated with that life, shift […]

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TEDxCUNY Comes to City College

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Students learn how to hustle within their own identity by Katie Herchenroeder The City College of New York is often called one of the most diverse colleges in the United States. On November 1, students learned the difference between knowing to know and knowing to grow. This was the theme at the TEDxCUNY event on Tuesday in the NAC Ballroom. It tackled how […]

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Breaking News: Vincent Boudreau Named Interim CCNY President

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CUNY’s Board of Trustees today named an insider to replace Lisa Coico as president of CCNY. Dr. Vincent Boudreau, dean of the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership since 2014, will serve as president — for now. Below, the announcement from CUNY chancellor James Milliken, and click here for David Chen’s New York […]

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Head Administrator in Charge (Finally) Speaks Out

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Mary Driscoll, who is running the college by default, addresses students By Ashley Kalstek It doesn’t seem like CCNY will be replacing President Lisa Coico any time soon. In presenting his university report to the board, Chancellor James Milliken said that an interim president will not be announced on October 26th as planned, but “in […]

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Who’s Going to Win? Who Cares!

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Some are getting fed up with the presidential election by Krystal Rivera As the election season with its scandals and bickering drags on, it’s clear that some CCNY students and Harlem residents are beginning to lose in interest in who wins. Who holds our future? “Neither!” exclaimed Samuel Batista, a student at CCNY in response […]

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Breaking News: President Lisa Coico Steps Down

Breakthrough in investigation into her finances leads to sudden resignation by Anthony Viola On the evening of October 7, Lisa S. Coico resigned from her position as confirmed from an e-mail sent from her office to the faculty. Coico served as the 12th president of the City College of New York. In the e-mail, Coico […]

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