Tag Archives: Art

Exploring Nature, Making Art

nature art

The work of Professor Ellie Irons examines art, nature and the Anthropocene Global warming may be a pressing issue, but should not be our only geological concern. Ellie Irons, a studio art professor at CCNY, recently walked a group of CCNY students through her new art show Invasive Pigments, to stress that the Anthropocene is […]

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The Weekender 5-10-13

Festival of Ideas

“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman The semester is coming to a close, but it’s not over yet. Take a break from the stress of term papers and exit projects, and check out some of these events happening around the city. May is National Bike Month! Go celebrate at the 5th annual Spring Brooklyn Bike […]

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The Weekender 4-26-13

Out of Nowhere: Photography in Cambodia

“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman With the last month of the semester approaching, stress levels are increasing. Finals, rsearch reports, and group projects are all on the way. Don’t go crazy – take a break from the heaps of homework and check out some of the events happening around the city. Sbeik Thom shadow […]

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The Weekender 3-29-13

Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival

“City Never Sleeps”  by Alex Aleman School may be starting soon, but there’s till one weekend left of Spring Break. When you’re not busy partying or sleeping, check out some of these events happening around the city. Head down to the Brooklyn Museum and see the new exhibit LaToya Ruby Frazier: A Haunted Capital. The […]

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You Are Not Alone


“City Never Sleeps” by Stephanie Cruz   You Are Not Alone: On Campus Event  The Black Studies Program has teamed up with the Psych Department, the Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA) and other student organizations to screen the film “You Are Not Alone.” The film touches on the struggles an openly Gay Black man faces, […]

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The Weekender 2-15-13

Black History Month

“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman Now that the Valentine’s Day craze has passed, let’s focus on another important part of February: Black History Month. This month honors the courageous and influential African American men and women who have made a difference in the United States. Here are some events honoring them this weekend. Initially released in […]

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The Weekender 2-1-13


“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman The first week of school is finally over! After a week of introductions, syllabi, and icebreakers, it’s time to relax a little. Here are a few relaxing, but artsy, things to do around the city. Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg is a new exhibit at the Grey Art Gallery. […]

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The Weekender 12-21-12

End of the Semester

After the many nights spent studying, the drama between friends and classmates, and those few weather crises, the Fall 2012 semester if finally at its end. If you’re burnt out from finals and just want to relax and take your mind off academia, here are a few abstract exhibits you don’t want to miss. Critically […]

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The Green Handed Architect

Shake Shack at Madison Park

Check out James Wine’s inventive exhibit at CCNY by Kelvin Masilamani In a world where architecture is run mostly by technology and graphics, James Wines set out to be the exception. He felt that computer-aided tools should be nothing more than support for what is hand drawn. He currently has an exhibit of his work […]

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College Display Of Obama-Jesus Painting Stirs Backlash And More


 City Never Sleeps By Joyce Li Controversial College Painting: A painting of Obama depicted as Jesus was recently removed from a New York City art gallery and is now displayed at Bunker Hill Community College. The painting has sparked public outrage and even support for the artist. According to Karen Norton, a spokeswoman from Bunker Hill, the […]

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Federal Judge Speaks on Ethics at Work


CCNY Fellowship Invites Chief Justice Robert Katzmann for Discussion by Anthony Viola In the Trump era, it’s challenging to go […]

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

By Maty Drame Famed author, journalist and City College professor Herb Boyd was on campus in late March to discuss […]

Utilities in Marshak Take a Hiatus

Marshak will be without heating or air-conditioning over four weeks. Photo by: Anthony Viola

Large-Scale Project Forces Air Conditioning and Heating Shutdown by Anthony Viola The Marshak Building will be without heat or air-conditioning […]

We Asked an Editor at VICE About “Bro Culture”


By Michael Alles The hilarious, talented, extrovert Rajul Punjabi visited Linda Villarosa’s Intro to Journalism course in Shepard Hall last […]

New Policies Help Avoid Voter Mishaps

Student reviews the guidelines leading up the elections. Photo by: Anthony Viola

Student Government Elections Begin by Anthony Viola With elections for student government approaching next month, CCNY president Vincent Boudreau has […]

You’ll Never Hear About This

You'll Never Hear About This

A submission piece by Oshra Bitton No one wants to hear about your terrible Monday. It’s almost always dreadful for […]