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Though Cynthia Nixon Didn’t Win, Still Year of the Woman in Harlem

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By: Eric Coyotecatl   On September 13,  New Yorkers cast their final votes or the New York Democratic primary election. Both candidates, actress-activist Cynthia Nixon and incumbent Andrew Cuomo, were pushing for the seat of governor. Ultimately, Cuomo  won the election by a landslide, receiving 65 percent of the votes. Although Nixon lost, her running […]

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Man in White House Scares Away International Students

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By: Michael Alles   Tasnim Jackson, a former CCNY student with a bachelor’s in biology, had a lot to say when asked about the sharp decrease in international student visas noted in a recent report by the Pew Research Center. “It’s like a snowball, his election, gun violence, attacks towards immigrants,” Jackson says, referring to […]

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Sophie Ceremonies and Coats of Camaraderie

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By: Kim Keblish On Thursday, the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/CUNY School of Medicine commemorated its third-year B.S./MD, class of 2023, cohort into medical school with the White Coat Ceremony. Parents, friends, and family members cheered, and even brought air horns to celebrate their students’ accomplishments in the Great Hall. This moment was particularly […]

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New York State’s Primary Vote is September 13th

New York State's Primary Vote is September 13th

By: Audrey Mosdell The Democratic primary elections are being held this week on Thursday, September 13th. But why is a primary so important? This election will seemingly decide our governor for the next four years, as the state overwhelming pulls Democratic. Since Bernie Sanders and the 2016 election, politicians have been shaking up the establishment […]

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Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

The Lawyer and Activist Will Receive an Honorary Degree by Anthony Viola On June 1, Anita Hill, the women’s rights activist and a voice of the #metoo movement, will speak at the City College of New York’s 2018 main commencement. The event will take place at 9:30 AM on the south lawn of the college’s […]

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Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

By: Radhamely De Leon and Brahmjot Kaur On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 the CUNY Board of Trustees met in the Great Hall to vote on the future of the student activity fee. As previously covered by The Campus, the student activity fee has been at risk to change drastically. The City College student activity fee […]

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Students Spread Cheer Before Finals

Students Spread Cheer Before Finals

The Committee Behind Lavender Fever Week by Anthony Viola Plenty of work happens all year long leading up to May’s annual Lavender Fever Week (LFW). Although the roster of events seems to be all fun and games, behind each day one student committee makes it all happen. From the week-long scavenger hunt to the food […]

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Join Peer Health Exchange at City College!

Join Peer Health Exchange at City College!

Submission by Meena Natarajan “There’s two holes down there?” This type of question is not uncommon during a Peer Health Exchange workshop on sexual health at A.P. Randolph High School. Every Friday, City College’s chapter, known to highlight the diversity of an organization known for bridging the gap in health inequity in underserved areas around […]

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A Public College with Personal Trainers

A Public College with Personal Trainers

By Roberto Hart Many colleges in the CUNY system offer certificate courses to become a personal trainer. But how often is it that you hear of a college that also has a few on the premises for their students to use? The City College of New York’s Wingate Fitness Center has just that for their […]

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On-Campus Child Center Anticipated for Fall 2018

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Renovation for Project Already Underway by Anthony Viola Plans to develop a child care center on campus are well underway. At the City College of New York, the administration is working towards completing a facility by Fall 2018. This resource will be available to both faculty and students. The center will be called “Schiff House,” […]

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November: National Diabetes Awareness Month

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By: Sarah Logan Photo provided by Sarah Logan   Type 1 diabetes is a condition that affects many individuals in […]

PALS Club Leader Roundtable Sparks Conversation on LGBTQ+ Inclusivity on Campus

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By: Radhamely De Leon Photo By: Will Dadario   On Wednesday November 7, CCNY’s organizational leaders met at The Towers […]

A Skin Care Regimen On a Budget

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By: Deja Senna-Leslie Illustration By: Katie Herchenroeder November is finally here and had no hesitation bringing in that harsh cold […]

Boudreau Holds Town Hall to Discuss Future

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By: Nate Izzo Photos By: Nate Izzo   On Thursday, the first of November, CCNY President Vincent Boudreau held a […]

A Look Deeper: Birthright Citizenship and The Fourteenth Amendment

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By: Jaquelin Bautista Graphics By: Katie Herchenroeder   The fourteenth amendment (1868) states, “All persons born or naturalized in the […]

Harlem’s Dave East & Yonkers’ Styles P. Team Up for a Beloved Collaboration

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By: Shale Briskin Photo By: Shale Briskin   Not many things in life are more complex than hip-hop, and few types of […]