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On-Campus Group Makes Voter Registration Easy

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By: Laura James It is that time of year again… summer is winding down, students are loaded with school assignments and extracurricular activities, and then someone talks about voting. It becomes another task on the to-do list. And if a student hasn’t registered to vote, they’re burdened by that added responsibility. Why should they bother? Their […]

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Union Square March for Solidarity with Baltimore [video]

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On Wednesday, April 29th, New Yorkers took to the streets in solidarity with Baltimore. A speak-out began at 6pm in Union Square and lasted for a good two hours. Police had been gathering for about an hour prior — anticipating a large turnout.     Shot by Louis Oprisa Edited by Rachel Mines

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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 premiere of a movie that touches on a subject close to home: Dear White People. Director Justin Simien took to this film to give women of color a new role, portraying college students at a […]

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Roosevelt Institute Wins MacArthur Grant for Extraordinary Creativity and Effectiveness

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  City College’s own Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network Chapter is among nine honorees receiving a grant for Extraordinary Creativity and Effectiveness by the MacArthur Foundation. The award, good for a sum of $750,000, was announced February 4th. According to the MacArthur Foundation, the award is “both a recognition of past achievements and an investment […]

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CCNY Women’s Basketball Drop Ninth Straight in Heartbreaker

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CCNY’s Women’s Basketball team lost their ninth straight game, losing 48-47 to John Jay Saturday in Harlem. Both the John Jay Bloodhounds and the City College Beavers looked flat scoring-wise in the early goings, as both teams managed a total of eight meager points within the first six minutes. City consistently squandered early possessions with […]

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CUNY Releases PSAs on Sexual Assault

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  CUNY-TV has produced three short public service announcements detailing what Title IX is, and what to do should you witness or experience sexual assault. These were created in response to growing concern of the epidemic of sexual assault on college campuses around the United States. If you or someone you know have been sexually […]

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“Offense? What Offense?”: Beavers a ‘No-Show’ in Loss at Baruch

Even junior Jordan Ortega had trouble getting to the rim against Baruch on Saturday.
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Maybe it was the snow, or maybe it’s the depleted, apparent worn-out roster.  Regardless, the fact that CCNY went just 1-for-9 from the court in the first 10 minutes of the game explains the Beavers 59-48 loss at Baruch College on Saturday. The Beavers, playing with a depleted roster missing both Che McCoy and Anthony […]

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No Buzzer Beater Needed This Time: Beavers Fight Off TCNJ 77-72

This time, we didn’t have to wait for the buzzer. In their second part of  back-to-back games in New Jersey, the CCNY Men’s Basketball team didn’t need to wait to the last second this time around to earn a season sweep of the Lions of The College of New Jersey in their 77-72 win Monday […]

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The Weekender 5-10-13

Festival of Ideas

“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman The semester is coming to a close, but it’s not over yet. Take a break from the stress of term papers and exit projects, and check out some of these events happening around the city. May is National Bike Month! Go celebrate at the 5th annual Spring Brooklyn Bike […]

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The Weekender 2-15-13

Black History Month

“City Never Sleeps” by Alex Aleman Now that the Valentine’s Day craze has passed, let’s focus on another important part of February: Black History Month. This month honors the courageous and influential African American men and women who have made a difference in the United States. Here are some events honoring them this weekend. Initially released in […]

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Federal Judge Speaks on Ethics at Work

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CCNY Fellowship Invites Chief Justice Robert Katzmann for Discussion by Anthony Viola In the Trump era, it’s challenging to go […]

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

Herb Boyd Brings Black Detroit To City College

By Maty Drame Famed author, journalist and City College professor Herb Boyd was on campus in late March to discuss […]

Utilities in Marshak Take a Hiatus

Marshak will be without heating or air-conditioning over four weeks. Photo by: Anthony Viola

Large-Scale Project Forces Air Conditioning and Heating Shutdown by Anthony Viola The Marshak Building will be without heat or air-conditioning […]

We Asked an Editor at VICE About “Bro Culture”

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By Michael Alles The hilarious, talented, extrovert Rajul Punjabi visited Linda Villarosa’s Intro to Journalism course in Shepard Hall last […]

New Policies Help Avoid Voter Mishaps

Student reviews the guidelines leading up the elections. Photo by: Anthony Viola

Student Government Elections Begin by Anthony Viola With elections for student government approaching next month, CCNY president Vincent Boudreau has […]

You’ll Never Hear About This

You'll Never Hear About This

A submission piece by Oshra Bitton No one wants to hear about your terrible Monday. It’s almost always dreadful for […]