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Apple’s CEO Comes Out

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CCNY reacts to Tim Cook’s announcement In late October, Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s CEO, broke his silence about his sexual orientation and announced himself as proudly gay in Bloomberg-Businessweek. “Let me be clear,” he wrote. “I’m proud to be gay. And I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.” How did […]

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Should You Buy the New iPhone?

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Cash-strapped students consider the new phone and watch By Shantelle De La Cruz Say hello to Apple’s latest products! On Tuesday, Apple introduced two new iPhones and the Apple watch at a conference held in Cupertino, California. Called the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, the new iPhones are bigger, rounder, and faster than any […]

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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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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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Keep an Eye on Your iPhone

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With robbery up, don’t be a victim by Miguel Medina IPhone users in New York need to be aware of their belongings. Thefts and robberies of electronic devices are on the rise. According to Daily News, nearly half the 16,000 robberies in the first 10 months of 2011 involved technological devices, and that iPhones account […]

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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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Phone Snatchings on the Rise

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 As more and more people plug in to high-tech gadgets, they put themselves at risk of getting their iPhones and Android devices stolen. The NYPD reports that 40 percent of all robberies involve cell phones. In a recent AP article, writer Terry Collins reported two separate incidents of phone theft. “One thief recently snatched a […]

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The iPhone 4S

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For many, the “i” stands for incredible, the “S” for supreme! by Martha J. Escobar. When Apple released the iPhone 4s on October 14th, thousands of people flooded the company’s website and stores, anxious to get the latest edition. Mohammed Khan, a CCNY junior, says he received his iPhone via UPS the day of its […]

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Sexual Assault on Campus — A National Crisis

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Screenings of The Hunting Ground and discussions at City College raise awareness by Enoye Uwa Rape has decreased over the […]

Lawmakers Propose Free MetroCards for CUNY Students

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Last Thursday, two New York City lawmakers proposed legislation that would be make CUNY students’ lives just a little bit easier. […]

Understand the Past, Empower the Future

Understand the Past, Empower the Future

This year, Black History Month held special significance for my students in Brownsville. Black history – like that of all […]

Worker Appreciation: Cafeteria Workers On Campus

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As we all strive for a better future as bright-eyed college students, the shadows of the working poor trail us, […]

Thoughts on Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Video

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N708P-A45D0 Ted Cruz is in. Marco Rubio is in. Rand Paul is in. And now, finally, the first Democrat is […]

Business as Usual as CCNY Outdoor Track Opens Season

Anticipation, the buildup…There’s nothing in the world like it. A fresh track, a new start, another chance at winning another […]