Archive for December, 2018

Scholars Elliot David, Joy Nuga, and Christopher Sperrazza, left to right.

Three Hunter students named Schwarzman Scholars

Selected from an applicant pool of more than 2,000, these students are among the 147 scholars that will travel to Beijing next year to pursue their master’s degrees.

Protesters blocking the entrance to Baruch.

CUNY employees rally for higher pay and lighter course loads; 17 arrested

Seventeen people were arrested at a protest for higher pay and reduced course load for CUNY employees outside Baruch College on Dec. 10.

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.

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.

Taina Bien-Aime, Jessica Neuwirth, and Rachel Moran, from left.

Panel of activists addressing sex trafficking draws largest crowd ever at RH

A panel discussion on sex trafficking and the conversation around it drew the largest crowd ever for Roosevelt House’s brown-bag lunch speaker series.