Bangladeshi Students Fundraise for Underprivileged Children BDP distributed food to 350 underprivileged families during their recent project in Bangladesh.
Hunter College Makes Stride Against Fast Fashion Trend Hunter College Makes Stride Against Fast Fashion Trend
College Students Love Free Stuff… Except For Flu Shots Administering Flu Vaccine
Female athlete scores a place on men’s soccer team Abirizk on the offensive when she played for Hastings-on-Hudson High School. Photo provided by Abirizk
Sports Abirizk on the offensive when she played for Hastings-on-Hudson High School. Photo provided by Abirizk

Female athlete scores a place on men’s soccer team

Tia Abirizk is the only woman on the Hunter College men’s soccer team. There is no Hunter women’s team, so Abirizk pursued the best option to keep playing the sport.

Sports Hawks at Home

Hawks at Home

The first home game of the season didn’t end well for the Hunter Hawks.

Sports Ashley Arias high-fiving her teammates coming onto the court for her final home game

Five seniors honored at last home game of women’s basketball

The final game of the Hunter Hawks regular season on Feb. 11 was also senior night for five players who are graduating, and they were honored with flowers and a framed jersey.

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Women Hawks capture CUNYAC Championship

The women’s basketball team captured the CUNYAC Championship over Brooklyn College in their home turf at the Hunter Sportsplex – giving the Hawks their first conference title since 2004.

News CUNY Students Demand Increased Funding for Education Opportunity Programs

CUNY Students Demand Increased Funding for Education Opportunity Programs

Students and faculty of CUNY rallied for expanded funding in programs for low-income students in front of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Manhattan office.

News Hunter students gathered to express disapproval over the proposed Starbucks in Hunter's West building.

Students Organize Press Conference Against Starbucks Arrangement

“It’s kind of outrageous that we’re getting 3,000 sq ft taken away from us,” said a student about the retail arrangement.

News PSC Leadership Receives Criticism for Proposed Contract

PSC Leadership Receives Criticism for Proposed Contract

Union members can vote on the proposed contract now. Some professors worry the PSC didn’t mobilize enough to win the ambitious demand of $7k.

News Hunter Addresses Food Insecurity With New Campus Programs

Hunter Addresses Food Insecurity With New Campus Programs

About one in four CUNY undergraduates have limited access to affordable fruits and vegetables. The Fresh Food Box program fights food insecurity on campus.

Culture BDP distributed food to 350 underprivileged families during their recent project in Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi Students Fundraise for Underprivileged Children

Recently, Hunter’s new non-profit club, Bangladesh Development Project fundraised to provide dozens of students with basic school supplies and distributed food to 350 families.

Culture Hunter’s Thanksgiving Event Brings Joy to Students

Hunter’s Thanksgiving Event Brings Joy to Students

Thanks to the USG, hundreds of students had a holiday meal with their peers.

Culture Macy Rajacich painting her mural

Hunter Student Showcases Her Skill at Atlantic Terminal Mural

A new Atlantic Terminal mural by a Hunter College art student encourages commuters to “Take It Easy.”

Culture Students Meet to Discuss Tuition-Free CUNY

Students Meet to Discuss Tuition-Free CUNY

Free CUNY reunited recently at an organizing space in Bushwick for an orientation with students and faculty who are interested in the movement.

Lifestyle Hunter College Makes Stride Against Fast Fashion Trend

Hunter College Makes Stride Against Fast Fashion Trend

A new club encourages Hunter College students to take a closer look at their closets.

Lifestyle Administering Flu Vaccine

College Students Love Free Stuff… Except For Flu Shots

The free flu shots at CityMD aren’t popular with Hunter students.

Lifestyle Maria Luisa Imbachi smiling after her big win at the Aronson Awards.

DACA Student Receives Aronson Award for Her Work on The Athenian

A DACA recipient and proud Latina, Maria Luisa Imbachi won this year’s student award for her work on immigration and climate issues.

Lifestyle Hunter Students Create a Room of Their Own

Hunter Students Create a Room of Their Own

Innovative Hunter students can create some own space on campus when the cafeteria seats are taken, and the library is full.

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Drop in International Students at Hunter College
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Drop in International Students at Hunter College

According to department sources, international students are getting fewer visas to the United States due to the political climate and competition with other English speaking countries.

Phishing Emails Continue to Target Hunter Students
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Phishing Emails Continue to Target Hunter Students

Phishing emails continue to target Hunter students by hacking email addresses and sending mass messages to fool victims into giving up personal information.

Hunter students Anna Compton, Rahima Khatun and Joann Villacres volunteered with NYPIRG to help other students register to vote.
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NYPIRG’s Mission To Increase Youth Voter Turnout

Youth voter turnout is at one of its lowest points in our city, and NYPIRG interns are here to change that.

CUNY Hunter’s Student Recital
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CUNY Hunter’s Student Recital

CUNY Hunter College’s 2019 Student Recital, Monday, November 4, was an opportunity for students in the music department to perform, instrumentally, in front of students and faculty.

Union President Makes Rounds to Build Support for New Contract
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Union President Makes Rounds to Build Support for New Contract

The Hunter Faculty Delegate Assembly hosted PSC President Barbara Bowen who explained and took questions about the new proposed contract.