Articles written by: Alonso Espinoza

Alonso Espinoza is a senior at CUNY Hunter College and is currently majoring in media studies with a concentration in journalism. He not only grew up watching basketball, football, baseball and golf but he also regularly participates in these sports at his local YMCA ever since he was 16-years-old. After a life surrounding in sports, he began applying his knowledge of sports to his WHCS radio show called “The Three-Pointer.” He is inspired to impact readers with the stories he produces and with much practice in the art of journalism, he hopes to one day become a well-known sports journalist. He graduated from Edward R. Murrow High School and lived in Brooklyn for 21 years. Now, he currently resides in the Bronx.

Hawks gather together in a team huddle.

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.

Hunter Hawk Mascot joins the crowd in the Sportsplex

Spirit Week kicks off with events; matches and games this weekend

Fencing, basketball, swimming and wrestling are all in the line-up for this week’s homecoming, and Spirit Week kicked off Monday with activities and events designed to celebrate student-athletes and show some Hunter Hawk Pride.

Muslim Students Association raises $45k for children’s charities

Muslim Students Association raises $45k for children’s charities

Charity Week, an annual event hosted by the Muslim Student Association in the last week of October, raised nearly $45,000, which they donated to efforts to aid children across the globe.

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 routine called Spirit, initiated by the coach but led players, is intended to unify, motivate and mentally prepare players as they head on the court.

Sharice Osei, who uses a walker to get around, has to plan her commuting schedule around the limited elevator service in Hunter North.

A problem is “elevating” in the North Building

With four out of the five cars out of service, students are having to wait or walk to get to lower-floor classes in the North Building. And for those with disabilities, it has become a struggle just to get to class.