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CCNY Hosts Its Biggest Job And Internship Fair Of The Year

CCNY Hosts Its Biggest Job And Internship Fair Of The Year

By Maty Drame The 2018 internship and job fair took place earlier this month in the Great Hall of Shepard Hall with over 70 employers looking for talent to fill jobs and internships. The event, hosted by the City College’s Career and Professional Development Institute (CPDI) , was open to students and alumni of all […]

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Fiesta Before Finals

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Text and photos by Meagan Delvecchio The Sobremesa Festival descended upon Shepard Hall on Friday. The event—created by artist Alo Gorozpe and the Jaime Lucero Mexican Studies Institute, allowed students and faculty to revel in the traditions and cuisine of Mexico. Here’s what went on: Keynote Speakers Rows of chairs lined up before a podium […]

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Shabby Lab?

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MCA speak out on the inadequacy of the computer lab MCA students wanting to print or work on a paper in Shephard Hall often find themselves wandering over to the NAC. The shabby lab, located in room 462 is often the subject of complaints and eye rolls among MCA students. “I think it’s stupid for […]

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Going Up?

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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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The Sky Is Falling in Shepard Hall

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Why is the college in a state of disrepair? by Tiffany McKay Last week, Shepard Hall sprang a new leak. This problem joins the other maintenance concerns found all over CCNY’s campus. Marshak’s main floor ceiling also seems to be falling apart, and the second floor of the NAC library has been rotted by water […]

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The Little House on Campus

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What you may have wondered about the history of the yellow house behind Shepard Hall by Christina Pagan “Who lives in that house? Is it even apart of the campus? What is it doing there?” These are some of the questions heard from CCNY students about a little yellow house behind Shepard hall. The little […]

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When Will the Construction End?

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No, really what is happening and WHEN will it be finished? by Christina Pagan Windows are boarded up, entrances and exits are closed, and scaffolding encircles Shepard Hall due to the construction work on the CCNY campus. Some students welcome the renovations while other students dislike the distractions–and the noise. CCNY officials say the work […]

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Cafeteria Price Hike–Really?

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Should the prices really be going up in the troubled NAC cafe? by Glendalee Diaz Besides struggling to pay for textbooks, transit fair and tuition, CCNY students find it hard to make healthy choices every day. Why? Because junk food costs less than the food being served in the NAC cafeteria. So the last thing […]

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Will Shepard Hall Ever Be Repaired?

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 Will somebody please fix our most precious building? by Darlene Bueno  Shepard Hall has been praised as one of Harlem’s most beautiful buildings. “I love the castle structure this building has, especially the stairs and its long windows,” says Victoria, a CCNY student who preferred not to use her last name. “It’s by far my […]

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Walking While Distracted

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 With traffic accidents on the rise, it’s time to pay attention on the streets by Bryant Buernet At some point, you’ve probably looked down at your smart phone or sent a text while walking. No big deal, right? Wrong. A recent report shows growing numbers of traffic-related deaths between July 2011 through June 2012. The […]

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Though Cynthia Nixon Didn’t Win, Still Year of the Woman in Harlem

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By: Eric Coyotecatl   On September 13,  New Yorkers cast their final votes or the New York Democratic primary election. […]

Man in White House Scares Away International Students

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By: Michael Alles   Tasnim Jackson, a former CCNY student with a bachelor’s in biology, had a lot to say […]

Sophie Ceremonies and Coats of Camaraderie

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By: Kim Keblish On Thursday, the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/CUNY School of Medicine commemorated its third-year B.S./MD, class […]

New York State’s Primary Vote is September 13th

New York State's Primary Vote is September 13th

By: Audrey Mosdell The Democratic primary elections are being held this week on Thursday, September 13th. But why is a […]

Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

Anita Hill Confirmed for 172nd CCNY Commencement

The Lawyer and Activist Will Receive an Honorary Degree by Anthony Viola On June 1, Anita Hill, the women’s rights […]

Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

Students Rally and Win At Board of Trustees Meeting

By: Radhamely De Leon and Brahmjot Kaur On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 the CUNY Board of Trustees met in the […]