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Green or Mean? New Printing Restrictions

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Students divided over page limit by Jeffrey Tam The “green” movement has gained ground in recent years as concerns over the environment have hit a fever pitch. Recently, the CCNY administration has tried to play its part in the movement by instituting a new page limit on the once unlimited printing offered to all attending […]

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Have Club Hours Gone Too Wild?

Have Club Hours Gone Too Wild?

Some students think the chaos has become overwhelming As every CCNY students knows, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 to 2 the common areas of the campus become the setting for clubs to promote their passions and causes. It is a time when the campus communes and shares their interests in the form of club meetings, […]

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Going Up?


Not at CCNY with so many broken elevators Construction at CCNY has always been aggravating, but when the chaos makes students consider missing class, the issue escalates to a new level. The elevators in almost every building of the school are currently out of order, and people are extremely frustrated. The NAC building has four […]

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Smart Shopping Eases Bookstore Madness


Don’t panic about long lines to buy textbooks and supplies by Carrie Jeremy  The fall semester has arrived and students are scrambling to get their textbooks and supplies. At the CCNY bookstore, located in the NAC building, and are lined up out the door. Victor Wallace, a bookstore employee for 14 years, says the beginning […]

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Psychology Professor Bill Crain Speaks Out on Shakur/Morales Center


CCNY faculty shows solidarity with student and community protestors by Professor Bill Crain Since the early 1990s, NAC 3/201   (the “Morales/Shakur Center”) had been CCNY’s most prominent student space for the discussion of progressive ideas—ideas  about a more just society.  Student groups that felt at home in  this room included the Black Student Union, Students […]

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Students Fight Closing Of Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Community Center

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This is what remains of the Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Community & Student Center after CCNY’s actions over the weekend. For those unaware, the college locked down the NAC and the center early Sunday morning, preventing any more students from entering the Morris Raphael Cohen library. At 12 am, NYPD officers told students studying inside the […]

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Local Group Seeks To Fight Human Trafficking At CCNY

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For those walking in the NAC who saw these ads for sex slaves-rest easy. CCNY hasn’t descended that far into the abyss…yet. The flyers come courtesy of The Price Of Life NYC, a city-wide, faith-based organization dedicated to combating all forms of human trafficking. The group is holding a series of events here on campus […]

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New Bike Racks Installed Outside The NAC


For those of you afraid of locking your bike to those rails outside Wingate Hall, CCNY has answered your fears. We found these new bike racks directly outside the NAC. So now you can feel safer keeping that expensive Schwinn model on campus.

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Lavender Week Wrap Up


A look at the spring celebration on campus by Christal Somar Last week’s Lavender Week was in full swing on Thursday May 2 with music blasting, dancing and pure excitement during club hours. From 12pm-2pm, hundreds of students flooded the campus to celebrate Lavender Fest and show some school spirit before hitting the library to get […]

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Dare to Talk: Religious Tolerance at CCNY

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The City College of New York prides itself as one of the most diverse universities not just in New York City, but in the entire country. With such a large student body comprised of people of many different cultures and faiths, it’s safe to assume that the majority of CCNY students are religiously tolerant. Wrong. […]

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