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The Scoop on CCNY’s New COO

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What you may not know about Leonard Zinnanti’s past by Laura Taveras Later this month, Leonard F. Zinnanti will assume the role of acting senior vice president for administration/chief operating officer – a new position at CCNY. His duties will center on all things financial, including budgeting, finances, accounting and financial reporting, and purchasing. Bottom […]

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The Resignation of Eric Weitz — and What It Means

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In a surprise move, the dean of Humanities & Arts called it quits. Here’s why by Tiffany McKay On January 28th, 2016 Dean Eric Weitz resigned as dean of Humanities and Arts, CCNY’s largest division, effective January 29th. Weitz came to the college in 2012 from the University of Minnesota, and during his tenure the […]

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Sad Faculty

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New Survey Points to Extreme Dissatisfaction Among CCNY Profs by Tiffany McKay City College isn’t the happiest place on earth, at least for its faculty. According to a new study conducted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, many of our professors are dissatisfied, to say the least. It isn’t because of the student body: […]

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Women’s Basketball loses steam against Brooklyn College in CUNYAC opener

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  BY Christian Hernandez Contributor   Going into the CUNYAC opener with a 2-0 record, City College faced off against the 2-2 Brooklyn College Bulldogs Tuesday night and despite starting the season strong, the CCNY’s Women’s Basketball team wasn’t able to extend their two-game winning streak against the Bulldogs, falling 56-45. Both CCNY and BC […]

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Lack of College Support Causes International Students Search for Housing (Anywhere)

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At City College, international students made up at least 20 percent of enrolled students during fall 2014, out of a total student body of 13,035. This influx of international students is not unique: according to the 2014 Open Doors report, produced by the Institute of International Education, the number of international students in the United […]

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CCNY Student Sean-Luc Prince Passes Away

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Photo courtesy S.A.M.E. TV BY Staff The CCNY student community lost one of our own this week as Sean-luc Prince has reportedly passed away. Although the story is still developing and those who were close to him are hearing or seeing the news for the first time, friends of Prince have already taken to social […]

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Career Center Expert Offers “Branding” Tips

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Rhea Faniel urged students to be savvy self promoters By Shannon Steck Rhea Faniel, an associate director of recruitment, placement & external relations at the City College Career & Professional Development Institute, visited Professor Linda Villarosa’s Intro to Journalism class recently, to relay career, branding and resume advice to undergraduate students. Lively and driven, Faniel […]

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Registration & Enrollment — An Update

Registration & Enrollment — An Update

A report from the administration by Edwin Amador At a recent 2015 Registration Debriefing, CCNY officials shared plenty of bad news. The college’s enrollment has dropped, leading to the budget crisis City College currently faces and potential financial aid problems for students. To justify how the budget is distributed, CCNY measures the total number of […]

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Be a Better Student this Semester

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Rap-Si offers 10 tips for success By Adi Chavarria Midterms are almost here, papers are piling up, and before you know it, it’s time to register for next semester. Don’t panic; get organized. To help, the mentoring program Rap-Si recently offered a session on how to be successful. Rap-Si, which stands for Retention Achievement Professionalism […]

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No More Money? That Aint Funny

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In the midst of a budget crisis, will financial aid be the first to go? by Saif Choudhury During the week, Zumana Miyfa, a junior at the City College of New York, is busy managing her 17-credit schedule – full of pre-med classes like organic chemistry and microbiology. Over the weekends, however, Miyfa works part-time […]

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