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Registration Survival Guide


Yes, it’s hectic, but here’s help By Krystal Rivera Have your emplid ID’s ready because registration has begun. It doesn’t matter if you’re a freshman, transfer, or senior. The process can go from easy to agonizing in just a few clicks. “Most classes are already full by registration,” states Kayshawna Sadler a psych major. Often […]

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Registration — Less to Complain About

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Enrolling in fall class created fewer problems….for a change  by Laura Taveras As registration for fall classes grinds to an end, how are students doing? A CUNYfirst shutdown for two days on April 15-17 caused a small uproar, but all in all students have kept the grumbling to a minimum. “I guess I was lucky,” […]

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Registration & Enrollment — An Update

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A report from the administration by Edwin Amador At a recent 2015 Registration Debriefing, CCNY officials shared plenty of bad news. The college’s enrollment has dropped, leading to the budget crisis City College currently faces and potential financial aid problems for students. To justify how the budget is distributed, CCNY measures the total number of […]

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How’s Registration Going?


It’s that time again; we check in with students As registration for spring 2015 classes continues–and everyone’s much more comfortable with the CUNYfirst system–we asked CCNY students how it’s working out. Many are hustling to get a good weekly class schedule. As the weather gets colder, others are trying their best to find an easy […]

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Early Bird Gets the Grades?


A new study points to better results in morning courses Melissa Vargas, 25, hates morning classes. “Before college I had no other choice but to wake up early,” says Vargas, a BCC student. “Now that I have the privilege to choose my time it’s great!” Although Vargas doesn’t like early classes they may actually help […]

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What’s More Stressful than Finals? Registration!


Students continue to complain about the process–and also offer advice for making it easier by Alison Gregory For college students all across the country, cramming for finals produces enough stress to make any young adult’s hair turn gray. At City College, another event causes just as much headache, but it doesn’t mark the end of […]

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Registation Update


 The registrar finally announced the official date for the beginning of registration for fall 2013 classes: Monday April 15. But many students remain annoyed that the announcement of the kick off came so late. With the tons of emails City College students receive daily, none of them seem to have this crucial information on it, […]

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Winter Courses Are Up & Events this week


 City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum What to take over the holiday break: You can finally apply to winter courses on web registration. You can also register in-person from December 17-18th. Here’s the link for the courses. If you’re having trouble or need to figure out the classes required for you to take, click here for […]

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No Classes Tuesday, Registering for Spring and Info for 10/31/2012


City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum Classes and Activities are Cancelled on Tuesday! So for everyone who had three papers due tomorrow you have slightly more time to get them all done. Unless, of course, your professors are e-mailing you and letting you know you have to send your paper in via e-mail. In that […]

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Fall 2011 Registration FRUSTRATION!

While visiting family in the Caribbean, catching up on some much needed rest at home or grabbing some extra hours at work, on April 25, CCNY students were interrupted by a surprise mass e-mail just before the end of spring break. The office of the registrar sent a notification letting students know that fall 2011 […]

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Sophie Davis – The Racial Slur Incident

Sophie Davis - The Racial Slur Incident

A submission article by Alfha Gonzalez “Negro was here” was etched on a chair in a North Academic Lecture Hall […]

CUNY Faculty Members Demand Higher Wages from Administration


submitted by: Michael C. Bohn, Sr. On December 4, over 100 faculty and staff from throughout The City University of New […]

Book Recommendations: Continuation from November Issue


By: Aurora Soriano In the past hour, you’ve probably thought about dropping everything and traveling to somewhere a lot less […]

Interim President Introduces DACA Phone Bank

Interim President Introduces DACA Phone Bank

News Editor Katie Herchenroeder speaks with Interim President Vincent Boudreau, NYPIRG Project Coordinator Leo Gracia, and Higher Education Project Leader […]

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

By: Katie Herchenroeder On Thursday November 2nd, students from all academic backgrounds competed in a “Design Hunt” put on by […]

Newly Discovered Insect Named After CCNY Professor

Newly Discovered Insect Named After CCNY Professor

By: Anthony Viola Researchers in Central Park named their recent discovery after Professor David Lohman. Since 2009, Lohman has instructed […]