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Head of the Class

Head of the Class

Mikhael Simmonds, class of '11, returns as an adjunct professor  Mikhael Simmonds graduated from City College in 2011 with a BA in international studies and minor in journalism. Little did he know, he would be asked to return a few years [...]

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Remembering Herman Lew

Remembering Herman Lew

  The City College family suffered a crushing loss last weekend, as director of the undergraduate film program, Herman Lew, suffered a fatal heart attack. He was 59 and left behind a wife and three children. Lew, an MCA associate professor, was [...]

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Our Students Get Fashionable

Our Students Get Fashionable

As fashion week continues, CCNY gets in the mix by Elsie Alonso From September 4 to 11, fashionistas from around the world are flocking to the city to see the spring’s trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (MBFW). Aside from the traffic the [...]

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Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Local writer and editor Angela Bronner-Helm offers advice to MCA students by Ayana Cole-Price, photo by Tatiana Herrera Distinguished journalist Angela Bronner-Helm held a press conference at CCNY recently. Helm, 40, discussed her career path as a writer and offered insightful [...]

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The Music Man

The Music Man

Advertising ground-breaker visits CCNY by Shamalee Delacruz As a boy, Roy Eaton's mother told him that as a black person in America you do 200 percent of the work to get 100 percent of the credit. So that's what he did: [...]

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Interning to Success

Interning to Success

An MCA intern speaks to fellow students about how she got her foot in the door by Shamalee Delacruz A little over a decade ago, a 10-year-old Indonesian girl received a huge surprise: free tickets to her country's version of American [...]

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Lunch with Leaders–a Recap

Lunch with Leaders–a Recap

Two media professionals talked about the future and offered advice by Laura Bordas On April 23, Wenda Harris Millard, president and COO of Medialink, and Kirk McDonald, president of PubMatic, visited CCNY to talk to students about the evolution of media [...]

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Not Overcome by the Storm

Not Overcome by the Storm

Special Report: When Sandy Hits Home, part 2. Read part 1 here. When a classmate disappears during a natural disaster, what would YOU do? by Ashley Duchemin Three days after Hurricane Sandy hit, something hit me. I had been texting my [...]

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Why You Should Give Blood

Why You Should Give Blood

A student group urges classmates to donate  Text and photos of the event by Eitan Negri This holiday season when you are scurrying to find presents for loved ones, or ways to give to those in need, think outside the box. [...]

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