CUNY’s partnership with Amazon draws ire from some students, faculty Members of CRAASH and activist Corinne Greene rally outside a Board of Trustees meeting held at LaGuardia Community College
Three Hunter students named Schwarzman Scholars Scholars Elliot David, Joy Nuga, and Christopher Sperrazza, left to right.
CUNY employees rally for higher pay and lighter course loads; 17 arrested Protesters blocking the entrance to Baruch.
Dance majors wrap up semester with diverse performances Dance majors wrap up semester with diverse performances
Sports Hawks gather together in a team huddle.

Recruitment process link to men’s basketball success

In the three years since the new head coach took over, things have started to turn around for Hawks men’s basketball. The team will be aiming for the CUNYAC championship this year.

Sports Moments before the Hunter Hawks faced number two-ranked Johnson & Wales University. Photo by Alonso Espinoza.

“Spirit” brings women’s volleyball success on the court

A pre-game tradition called Spirit keeps spirits high.

News Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?

Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?

New legislation proposed in the Hunter College Senate is creating a pathway for all students to take honors classes, instead of just those in honors cohorts. If it passes, anyone with a GPA above 3.5 will be allowed to to achieve honors distinction.

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Hunter students get ready for winter break — not

As the fall semester comes to an end and exams wrap up, students here at Hunter seem to have one thing to look forward to during winter break: more work.

Culture Lauret Savoy signs copies of her book, “Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape.”

“Memory, history, race” are the topics of writer’s talk

Author Lauret Savoy discussed her new book and its role in her life-long search for her origins.

Culture Hunter grad takes on women’s issues in rap world — in song

Hunter grad takes on women’s issues in rap world — in song

Janine Guerrier has released a debut album, Femtivity, on music sharing platforms and held her first concert to a packed room on campus last week. Look for her by the name of her alter-ego: Kiki Devii.

Lifestyle Hawkapella performs at Baruch’s annual acapella showcase

Hawkapella performs at Baruch’s annual acapella showcase

Hunter’s acapella group performed with Baruch and NYU at Baruch’s annual acapella showcase.

Lifestyle Children’s Center gets student-parents closer to graduation

Children’s Center gets student-parents closer to graduation

Student-parents get one step closer to graduation, with the help of the Children’s Learning Center.

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Sophomore Maddi T releases pop single on Spotify
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Sophomore Maddi T releases pop single on Spotify

Take a look at Hunter student and singer/songwriter, Maddi Tuccillo.

A cautionary tale: students should check – and double check – degree progress
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A cautionary tale: students should check – and double check – degree progress

Degreeworks is supposed to help students navigate the progress toward their degrees, however, students find themselves needing help navigating Degreeworks.

A photo taken outside the Purple Apron office, detailing their process.
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Brookdale Campus delivers a new food pantry: The Purple Apron

A new food pantry called The Purple Apron is offering free groceries to Hunter students at the Brookdale Campus through the end of the school year.

Students let loose at the mic at Rough & Tumble Cabaret
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Students let loose at the mic at Rough & Tumble Cabaret

People of all talents and capabilities perform in the Theater Department’s biannual showcase.

Bedbugs at Hunter College have been put to bed
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Bedbugs at Hunter College have been put to bed

Hunter College student’s bedbug complaints have finally been addressed by administration.

OPINION: What’s new is old again at the cafeteria
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OPINION: What’s new is old again at the cafeteria

After a long hiatus, the cafeteria has returned just in time for the end of the semester, and just in time for a review. Finally, complaints in the Hunter student Facebook group can shift back into focus and the school can go back to its natural order.

Taina Bien-Aime, Jessica Neuwirth, and Rachel Moran, from left.
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Panel of activists addressing sex trafficking draws largest crowd ever at RH

A panel discussion on sex trafficking and the conversation around it drew the largest crowd ever for Roosevelt House’s brown-bag lunch speaker series.

Got Spam? College IT department has some advice and ways to help
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Got Spam? College IT department has some advice and ways to help

The IT Department has created a website to help students spot the recent scourge of spam emails that students have been receiving in their inboxes — before they get tricked. The department is hoping to stem the rash of scams that has caused hundreds of students to get their email accounts shut down within the past month alone.

President Jennifer Raab joins the 2018 “Women Power 100”
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President Jennifer Raab joins the 2018 “Women Power 100”

President Jennifer Raab was just listed in the 2018 “Women Power 100” by City & State magazine, coming in at number 54 alongside other women who are helping to make a change from their different platforms. Some of the women on the list were ones who rose to power in politics after the recent midterm elections, some are presidents of other colleges, and some are CEOs.

Judge Díaz's new autobiography,
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Judge and Puerto Rican activist discusses new autobiography at Glass Cafe

Introduced as a “living example of resistance to hate,” Judge Nelson A. Diaz recounted his path from public housing in Harlem to becoming a leading political activist for the Puerto Rican community in Philadelphia at a talk hosted last week by Centro, the college’s center for Puerto Rican studies.