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This Changes Everything Again…Sort of.

This Changes Everything Again…Sort of.

CCNY Students Comment On Apple`s new iOS 7 By Kishan Singh Welcome to your new but not so new  iPhone. On Wednesday September 18th, Apple launched  iOS 7 for users of iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. The operating system delivers a new interface and several enhancements, but some CCNY students have mixed feelings. “I like some […]

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Monday Blues

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“City Never Sleeps” Lavender Fever Scavenger Hunt Before finals week arrive, Lavender Fever Week’s scavenger Hunt kicks off by inviting students to pick up their maps with the first clue at the Student Life office. The hunt will run until Friday May 3, 2013 at 5PM. The first prize will be a 16gGB iPad mini. […]

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Protect Your iPhone and Other Electronics

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CCNY offers a new way to keep your stuff safe. by Christal Somar iPhone 5: $650. iPad 2: $399. Macbook Pro: $1,100. Protecting these devices by registering them with CCNY’s Public safety: Priceless. Recently, the Department of Public Safety has teamed up with the NYPD and has brought the Operation Identification Program to CCNY. Operation […]

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Why Doesn’t the ?$%! Wi-Fi Work?

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We finally have an answer to the signal problem–it’s your fault! Darlene Bueno Students, as well as faculty, complain constantly about the wifi signal throughout the school. “It’s frustating,” says Frank Ponciao, a CCNY junior studying psychology. “Terrible,” adds Arlene Usha, another CCNY student. “Not having access everywhere sucks cause it doesn’t allow me to […]

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Safe at School?

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 Are you and your belongings protected on campus–a discussion by Shantia Dobson Security guards stationed at buildings at CCNY stop students and check ID cards for verification that they do not pose a threat to the campus or other students. But is this working to safeguard you and your stuff? Serious, violent crime has decreased […]

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday–and You!

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 Let the shopping season begin by Shanika Sealy Black Friday begins on Thanksgiving this year, and many Americans plan to ditch their feast in exchange for shopping deals. Wal-Mart and K-Mart open doors at 8 PM, Target and Toys R Us at 9 PM, and Best Buy, Kohl’s and Macy’s at midnight. On Cyber Monday, […]

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Job Search Sites, Photo Challenge and Architecture – 9-25-2012

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City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum Online Job Search 101 Hey Seniors, listen up. Now’s the time to look for a job. If you’re not a senior yet, you should be searching for an internship. Here’s an opinionated guide to the maze of job search websites: Monster.com -          Note themselves as “the employment solution.” They’re […]

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What You Missed at the Student Government Election Debates

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An opinionated look at what the candidates had to say—and how they delivered their message by Louis Oprisa City College will have to wait until the second week of May to find out the official results for the Student Government Elections that recently took place. Candidates held debates in the NAC rotunda on April 19th […]

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CCNY Takes Albany

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On Thursday, February 26th, City College students were among the many that participated in the annual Higher Education Day of […]

CCNY Announces New Course Withdrawal Process

City College has updated its course withdrawal process this spring in an effort to eliminate paper applications, shifting most of […]

Film Review: Dear White People

Dear White People

  As Black History Month ends at City College, the city university decided to end the annual celebration with the […]

At City, Everything Really Isn’t Awesome

  The City College of New York has been seen as one of the more prestigious public colleges in CUNY […]

Teach for America Comes to CCNY

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Teach for America (TFA) is a nonprofit that has been sending teachers across America for the past 25 years. With […]

The Faculty Senate Addresses Budget Allocation Issues

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The faculty senate came together Thursday the 19th for its monthly meeting in Shepard Hall. The agenda was fairly typical […]