CUNY Names Nancy Cantor as New Hunter College President Nancy Cantor, Hunter College's new in-coming president.
Hunter Community Takes a Stand Against Canceled Film Screening Students at the November 16 Hunter Senate meeting display signs condemning the Hunter Administration's censorship
ChatGPT Eliminates Busy Work for Students ChatGPT Eliminates Busy Work for Students
How Hunter Students Can Prepare Themselves for Life After Graduation Notes exchanged on the bathroom stall wall on the North Building fifth floor girls’ bathroom. (Top) Absolutely devastated. I’m graduating and feel like a failure. (Left) I know just how you feel. Everyday I wake up in pain and agony just wondering what the hell I’m going to do. (Right) Same… Did I make a mistake choosing passion over practicality? Maybe I was too stubborn.

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How Hunter’s Unsung Heroes Keep the School Clean
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How Hunter’s Unsung Heroes Keep the School Clean

The Athenian’s Stella Chu explores the intricacies of some of Hunter’s most overlooked staff: the Facilities Office. Through speaking to supervisors and laborers and getting a look at the work for herself, Chu shows Hunter how the 2,000,000-square-foot campus is maintained each day and highlights the people who make it […]

How Not to Get Scammed at Hunter
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How Not to Get Scammed at Hunter

Cell phones, computers, and other online devices are essential parts of our daily routine at Hunter College. Many software apps, such as Instagram, LinkedIn, and Adobe Cloud, offer their products and services to consumers. And to use these third-party services, users have to sacrifice their privacy and provide their personal […]

Hunter Students and Faculty Find Ways to Navigate Tensions Amidst the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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Hunter Students and Faculty Find Ways to Navigate Tensions Amidst the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Following the conflict between Israel and Palestine, there are a lot of opinions diverging. Tensions rising at Hunter College are causing some students to feel uncomfortable. Since President Ann Kirschner’s October 10 statement “in strong support” of Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez’s statement condemning “the activities of any internal organizations […]

Three Years After the Opening of Hunter’s Starbucks, the Pandemic Took Away Student Concern
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Three Years After the Opening of Hunter’s Starbucks, the Pandemic Took Away Student Concern

Starbucks entrance from campus.  Three years after the opening of the Starbucks on campus, the pandemic and the new wave of students vanished concerns about the coffee giant’s presence. From the multiple promises made by Eija Ayravainen the dean of student affairs on paper when the board voted in favor […]

Students at the November 16 Hunter Senate meeting display signs condemning the Hunter Administration's censorship
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Hunter Community Takes a Stand Against Canceled Film Screening

  When a Hunter professor learned that the college’s president canceled her film screening, she appealed to student protestors, Hunter organizers, and the senate to save it. Tami Gold, 74, scheduled a screening of Daniel J. Chalfen’s award-winning documentary “Israelism” to provide an opportunity for dialogue on Palestine and Israel […]