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Students Weigh Their Grading Options Amid Challenges of Online Learning

Students consider how to maintain a favorable academic record as they face problems with remote learning.

A Message from Hunter Students to President-Elect Joe Biden
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A Message from Hunter Students to President-Elect Joe Biden

In this audiogram, students share the issues they hope the 46th president will focus on during his term.

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Food Insecurity Threatens All CUNY Students, Experts Say

“When you don’t have enough food to eat, you really can’t concentrate on academics or work if you’re working,” said Vanessa Fuentes on the link between CUNY students and food insecurity at a recent Roosevelt House event.

NYPIRG Teaches Students How to Parse Out Fake News
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NYPIRG Teaches Students How to Parse Out Fake News

In a world where anyone can post anything, the spread of misinformation has reached new levels. This past week, NYPIRG and Professor Sissel McCarthy hosted “Fake News, Real Consequences,” a workshop teaching students how to identify fake news when they see it.

'Take the Mic Night' closed with a performance from The DXØA Experience.
Student Life

‘Take the Mic Night’ Raises Funds to Support Dance 4 Sickle Cell

Benefit concert performers showcase their talent on behalf of a non-profit organization.