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Women Hawks capture CUNYAC Championship

The Hunter Hawks women’s basketball team captured the 2018-2019 CUNYAC Championship over Brooklyn College on Friday night in their home turf at the Hunter Sportsplex – giving the Hawks their first conference title since 2004. The score was 76-65. The previous Tuesday, the team had finished their season with the […]

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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 The battle for classes

The battle for classes

“Quiet in the studio. Quiet in the control room.” As soon as these words are said, the atmosphere in the TV studio on the fourth floor of Hunter North changes from a hectic din of overlapping conversations to the silence of intense concentration. This is the weekly process for students […]

News CUNY picks Queens College president as first Latino chancellor

CUNY picks Queens College president as first Latino chancellor

After a yearlong search for a new chancellor, CUNY finally concluded its mission and named the Queens College president, Felix V. Matos Rodriguez, as its eighth chancellor. He will take over the role on May 1.

News Sociology students at Hunter

Sociology and urban planning students get published

Hunter College students may not be able to fix the elevators in their own school, but they have made strides to improve the elevators in subway stations around the city.

News Music rooms used for everything except music

Music rooms used for everything except music

In an attempt to reclaim the college’s practice rooms for the right purpose, the Music Department added a special access swipe for music majors on the outside of every room. But the locks don’t work as expected, and students say the rooms are continually occupied by non-music majors, making them […]

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.

News students preparing for their finals

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 GlamourGals takes over Visions at Selis Manor

GlamourGals takes over Visions at Selis Manor

Every month, a group of Hunter students who are part of a club called GlamourGals visit Visions in downtown Manhattan – a center for the blind and the visually impaired– to chat and build relationships with the members of the center. The idea is to build a bridge between generations – a link so they can better understand each other. And also, to bring a little joy and attention to someone’s day.

Culture Hunter College Arts Students Say; “Show me the money!”

Hunter College Arts Students Say; “Show me the money!”

A group of Hunter art students have developed an online petition demanding the former bookstore space on the ground floor of Hunter West be used for showing student work as a way to promote their studies. But officials say the space is valuable real estate that would better be used to generate funds for the college.

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 Hunter housing expands in both amenities and price

Hunter housing expands in both amenities and price

In the past 10 years, the college has expanded its dorm options by 75 percent, adding new facilities in three locations. But those new options come with a cost: the new dorms are double the rate of the college’s older residential buildings, such as Brookdale. And while they come with […]

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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The candidates for the USG gathered in the West Building on April 10 to introduce themselves and the issues they plan to tackle if elected.

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Emotions were raw while stories were shared at the Roosevelt House event that recalled the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire from 1911 and the art that has been created around it.

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The fifth floor library is closed with no date of completion

While the fifth floor of the library has been closed to students since the beginning of this year, the CUNY Board of Trustees has yet to vote on the design plans and only the demolition has begun.

New York Public Interest Research Group is located in Thomas Hunter Hall. Students are encouraged to stop by and voice their concerns with Hunter and to get involved in finding a solution
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Winter may be over, but a cold front is still underway as students and faculty push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition

Students and faculty are leading a newly energized push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition by having their voices heard by legislators and state officials. The Hunter branch of the New York Public Interest Research Group has requested local delegation meetings with representatives of the district that Hunter College is […]

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Distinguished pianist hosts free event for Hunter students

Professor Jocelyn Lai, known as one of the youngest creative talents in classical music in Canada, performed on the piano at Lang Recital Hall last week, treating students in the audience to passionate renditions of Joseph Haydn, Jaques Hétu, Maurice Ravel, Franz Schubert, and Isaac Albéniz. Lai has competed on […]

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

The final game of the Hunter Hawks women’s basketball 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 prior to the game. The five seniors are Ashley Arias, Jade Aponte, Christine Patterson, Selina Lim […]

Members of CRAASH and activist Corinne Greene rally outside a Board of Trustees meeting held at LaGuardia Community College
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CUNY’s partnership with Amazon draws ire from some students, faculty

Hunter and CUNY students and faculty across the city have banded together to protest the university’s partnership with Amazon, which plans to develop a large new campus in Queens. They have taken to the streets to protest any connection CUNY will have with the corporate giant, to which the city has offered tax incentives in exchange for bringing new jobs.

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.

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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.