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Faculty and Staff Behaving Badly

Faculty and Staff Behaving Badly

Time to tighten up on our hiring practices When it comes to employees, CCNY seems to have an open door policy. If you have the credentials and a briefcase, you’ve got the job. Over the summer ad/PR adjunct professor Irina Lapin was [...]

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The Myth of the 4-Year Degree

The Myth of the 4-Year Degree

Most students take much longer to graduate from college--here's why According to a new report from Complete College America, a majority of students at American public colleges do not graduate on time. Only 19% of full time students earn a bachelor’s [...]

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Registrar Rip-off

Registrar Rip-off

CCNY employee busted for theft On Wednesday November 26, police officers arrested a City College administration worker at the registrar's office. Shalaunda Tolbert has been accused of pocketing $1,400 from a City College student. The day before, graduate student Magdalena Alagrin [...]

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Arabian Nights at City College

Arabian Nights at City College

Imagine having to tell one thousand one stories in order to stay alive. That’s what Scheherazade, played by Pilar Gonzalez, did in the play Arabian Nights written by Mary Zimmerman and directed by Jennifer Tuttle. She tells all of these [...]

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CCNY Honors Mo Yan

CCNY Honors Mo Yan

The Nobel Prize winner receives honorary degree Last month, CCNY held a special event in Shepard's Great Hall to celebrate Mo Yan, the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature. Mo, 59, the 2014 Rudin lecturer and honorary degree recipient of [...]

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CCNY One Step Closer to Med School

CCNY One Step Closer to Med School

The faculty senate votes "yes" on Sophie Davis proposal On Wed, Nov 19th the CCNY faculty senate voted to support The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education becoming an accredited medical school. With 40 out of 41 in favor of supporting the [...]

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