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Thanksgiving Comes with Extra Gratitude, Side of Disappointment for Students
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Thanksgiving Comes with Extra Gratitude, Side of Disappointment for Students

As Thanksgiving break nears, students are faced with having to celebrate with fewer family members and virtually.

Screenshot via PSA Virtual/Hunter Campus Rally
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PSC Continues the Fight for Budget Cut Transparency

Budget cuts have led to roughly 3,000 adjunct faculty at CUNY. Union officials are fighting for transparency over the layoffs after CUNY received funds from the CARES Act.

Dozens of CUNY Students Called NYPIRG Voter Helpline
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Dozens of CUNY Students Called NYPIRG Voter Helpline

CUNY students had a lot of election questions this year, and NYPIRG was there to answer them.

Foreign Interference in the 2020 Election on ‘the Low Side’ Says ‘The Perfect Weapon’ Author
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Foreign Interference in the 2020 Election on ‘the Low Side’ Says ‘The Perfect Weapon’ Author

“We haven’t had cyberwar. We have had low-level cyber conflicts,” said New York Times senior writer and national security correspondent David E. Sanger.

Former College Assistants Question Hunter’s New Hires
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Former College Assistants Question Hunter’s New Hires

Hunter College hired 10 new faculty members following layoffs of college assistants and adjuncts. Students want to know how and why they chose to do it now.