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Book Recommendations: Continuation from November Issue

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By: Aurora Soriano In the past hour, you’ve probably thought about dropping everything and traveling to somewhere a lot less stressful. Luckily, your only form of escape does not have to include real physical movement. An alternative option could be to run away into a book. Get lost in a story. It will make you […]

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Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

By: Katie Herchenroeder On Thursday November 2nd, students from all academic backgrounds competed in a “Design Hunt” put on by Invention Corps of The City College of New York (CCNY). During the event, participants were tasked with creating resourceful solutions to systems on campus. From reworking the school’s shuttle bus system to thinking critically about […]

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Student Demonstrates Women Advancing in Technology

Kristyn is a sophomore studying computer science at CCNY. Photo by: Anthony Viola

By: Nate Cox Sophomore Kirstyn Natavio exemplifies the abilities of women in the computer science field. After trying several other fields, Natavio realized her love for technology. Like other City College students, she is taking advantage of the endless possibilities in coding, artificial intelligence, and e-commerce offered at CCNY. For most of her life, she […]

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CCNY Professor Awarded for Science Innovation

CCNY Professor Awarded for Science Innovation

By: Mia Chin On September 6, the North American Molecular Beam Epitaxy Advisory Board awarded the work of Maria C. Tamargo. Tamargo will receive the 2017 MBE Innovator Award for her exploration in nanotechnology. On October 15, she will accept the honor in Galveston, Texas. Tamargo received her PhD at John Hopkins University. In 1993, […]

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Student Government Re-Elections Slated for This Week

CCNY's USG is the oldest student government in the country. Photo by: Anthony Viola

By: Jana Makki An election season is sweeping through the City College of New York. Or in this case, it is happening all over again. The undergraduate candidates campaigned this week as an appeal to student voters. Mark the dates on your calendars because voting opens on September 27 and ends on September 28. Contenders […]

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DACA: What You Need to Know Now

DACA: What You Need to Know Now

By: Katie Herchenroeder On September 5, President Donald Trump tweeted, “Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!” He followed up, saying they had six months to do so. On Wednesday, September 6, Interim President Vince Boudreau addressed the students of the City College of New York about the administration’s stance on what occurred, […]

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CCNY Residence Hall Contributes to Hurricane Relief

CCNY Residence Hall Contributes to Hurricane Relief

By: Anthony Viola Hurricane season produced two of the largest storms ever seen back to back. In Houston, the victims of Hurricane Harvey continue to repair their lives after the storm destroyed their homes. Irma caused similar issues for people in southern Florida. In a time when the country needs to come together, The Towers […]

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On-Campus Group Makes Voter Registration Easy

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By: Laura James It is that time of year again… summer is winding down, students are loaded with school assignments and extracurricular activities, and then someone talks about voting. It becomes another task on the to-do list. And if a student hasn’t registered to vote, they’re burdened by that added responsibility. Why should they bother? Their […]

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Soda Streaming for Coexistence

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Misinformation Leads to Harmful Boycotting by Ariel Avgi – CAMERA Fellow Walk around the NAC Rotunda between club hours, or even 12pm to 2pm on a Monday or Wednesday. There is no shortage of student clubs trying to sell you baked goods or fresh waffles. The pro-Israel student advocates at City College have introduced a […]

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Making College Free in New York

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Governor Cuomo’s Initiative to Eliminate Tuition Costs by Anthony Viola Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York announced plans in making public institutions tuition-free for eligible students. Families making less than $125,000 a year are eligible starting this upcoming fall. The initiative is called Excelsior Scholarships, named after the state’s motto. Some believe it will have […]

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CUNY Faculty Members Demand Higher Wages from Administration

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submitted by: Michael C. Bohn, Sr. On December 4, over 100 faculty and staff from throughout The City University of New […]

Book Recommendations: Continuation from November Issue

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By: Aurora Soriano In the past hour, you’ve probably thought about dropping everything and traveling to somewhere a lot less […]

Interim President Introduces DACA Phone Bank

Interim President Introduces DACA Phone Bank

News Editor Katie Herchenroeder speaks with Interim President Vincent Boudreau, NYPIRG Project Coordinator Leo Gracia, and Higher Education Project Leader […]

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

By: Katie Herchenroeder On Thursday November 2nd, students from all academic backgrounds competed in a “Design Hunt” put on by […]

Newly Discovered Insect Named After CCNY Professor

Newly Discovered Insect Named After CCNY Professor

By: Anthony Viola Researchers in Central Park named their recent discovery after Professor David Lohman. Since 2009, Lohman has instructed […]

10 Fall TV Shows You Should be Watching

10 Fall TV Shows You Should be Watching

By: Liz Gluck With the fall semester well underway and exam season approaching, every student will be looking for the […]