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Protestors Against Petraeus Tangle With NYPD

Protestors Against Petraeus Tangle With NYPD

The Ad Hoc Committee Against the Militarization of CUNY staged a rally against David Petraeus outside the Macaulay Honors College Tuesday evening, attempting to disrupt a university benefit gala the former-CIA director was attending. Students and faculty yelled at Petraeus as [...]

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Safe and Sound?

Safe and Sound?

In the wake of Boston Marathon bombings, The Campus spoke to the head of Public Safety about keeping CCNY secure by Elina Vargas Many CCNY students pass by the Public Safety Department in NAC 4/201, without knowing what it is or about [...]

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Is Spying on Muslims Ever Okay?

Is Spying on Muslims Ever Okay?

by Kevaughn Hunter Last month, a Florida Imam was convicted of funneling thousands of dollars to the Pakistani Taliban to support suicide bombings and other attacks. Hafiz Khan was found guilty of four charges—two counts of conspiracy and two counts of [...]

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Students Speak Out Against Stop and Frisk

Students Speak Out Against Stop and Frisk

CCNY has mixed reactions, mainly negative, about the controversial policy Zerline Alvarez Dwayne Powell, a junior at City College, has been having trouble with New York City law enforcement lately. The Jamaican-born, computer engineering student, who has been stopped and frisked [...]

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Keep an Eye on Your iPhone

Keep an Eye on Your iPhone

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 [...]

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Stop; Police!

Stop; Police!

 CCNY community talks about stop and frisk by Angelique Williams “Imagine what it is like to walk down dark streets at night and have guns drawn.” Khary Lazaree-White   On December 6, the Colin Powell Center and CCNY student organization Leaders Against Systemic [...]

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Good Deeds–Indeed!

Good Deeds–Indeed!

 Students discuss acts of kindness during the busy holiday season in our hectic city by Jasmine Nieves In early November, city residents were moved by an act of kindness from one of New York’s finest, Larry DePrimo. An NYPD police officer [...]

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Phone Snatchings on the Rise

Phone Snatchings on the Rise

 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 [...]

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Are You Safe?

Are You Safe?

 What are police doing to protect female students, especially at night? by Erika Gomez At the beginning of the school year, two separate but coinciding rapes in public parks put women in Manhattan on edge. The attacks--one in Central park, the [...]

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Islam 101

Islam 101

 Organizers hope Islam Awareness Week, April 2-5, helps the CCNY community better understand Muslim culture by Mai Sabour. When Shaimaa Said first stepped onto the CCNY campus wearing traditional Muslim clothing last fall, she felt like every eye was on her. “Everyone [...]

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