CUNY Proposes New Grading Policy The petition for a pass/fail option was started last week and has almost 2,500 signatures.
Following Broadway’s Lead, Hunter Closes Brecht Production The cast and director of “Mother Courage and Her Children,” in rehearsal, weeks before their cancelation notice.
Hunter Waiting on CUNY Funds to Finish Fifth Floor Library Renovation Hunter Waiting on CUNY Funds to Finish Fifth Floor Library Renovation
Classes Canceled: Governor Cuomo Responds to COVID-19 Classes Canceled: Governor Cuomo Responds to COVID-19

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When TAP Goes Missing, Students Head to Financial Aid Office

The sound of feet tapping on linoleum fills a windowless room accompanied by heavy sighs and shuffling papers. Faces turn up to a screen, hopeful that their name will be the next to pop up. A bell dings, followed by a pre-recorded message: “Please report to counter two,” and a […]

Games, Music Kick Off Buddhist New Year for the Himalayan Club
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Games, Music Kick Off Buddhist New Year for the Himalayan Club

Thomas Hunter room 414 resonated with traditional Tibetan and Nepali pop music in celebration of Losar.

Students meet with Assembly Member Myrie Zellnor's Legislative Assistant
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CUNY and SUNY Students Lobby Albany for Tuition Freeze

Student travelled to Albany to seek more funding from the New York State Legislature and stop tuition from rising next semester.

New Food Pantry Opens on Main Campus
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New Food Pantry Opens on Main Campus

Students now have access to free food on the main campus. This is a part of a new initiative to fight food insecurity at CUNY.

CUNY Approves Starbucks Lease Despite Student Protests
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CUNY Approves Starbucks Lease Despite Student Protests

Amid student disruptions, CUNY moves forward with corporate rental of space in Hunter West.