Op-Ed: Do Muslims Have a Place In CUNY? Op-Ed: Do Muslims Have a Place In CUNY?
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Why Ashley Ferreira Decided To Chronicle Her Daily Life As A Hunter Student Why Ashley Ferreira Decided To Chronicle Her Daily Life As A Hunter Student

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Op-Ed: Do Muslims Have a Place In CUNY?
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Op-Ed: Do Muslims Have a Place In CUNY?

In the last seven months, more than 14,000 children have been indiscriminately murdered in Gaza.  This means that 14,000 children won’t have the chance to grow up. 14,000 children that won’t be able to see their dream careers come true. 14,000 children that won’t have the chance to make it […]

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Ecuadorian Student Union Looks To Make Its Mark At Hunter College

The Ecuadorian Student Union at Hunter College represents much more than just the start of a new club.  Student leaders of the Union said they will try to elevate the club, which only obtained their official stamp of approval in April, by celebrating the culture and history of Ecuador.   “I […]

Why Ashley Ferreira Decided To Chronicle Her Daily Life As A Hunter Student
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Why Ashley Ferreira Decided To Chronicle Her Daily Life As A Hunter Student

In a recent post on TikTok, Ashley Ferreira, a 22-year-old college student, showed a two minute clip of all the things she does at school. This included her getting to Hunter College on the train, heading to class, then to the Psychology Department and finally taking a break- all in […]

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Fighting Burnout During Finals

  After working hard throughout the spring semester, many Hunter College students can feel burnt out when finals start. And yet, they have learned to combat those feelings and push forward.  “Burnout” is a phenomenon resulting from chronic stress that has not been adequately managed, according to the World Health […]

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Mexican Student Union Educates Students About Cinco de Mayo’s Cultural History

As the spring semester comes to a close, the Mexican Student Union celebrated the concluding academic year by collaborating with the Undergraduate Student Government to present an informative lesson on the history of Cinco de Mayo. Despite the holiday’s importance in the U.S., Cinco de Mayo isn’t celebrated throughout Mexico. […]