Articles written by: Angela Lauria

Angela Lauria is a senior at Hunter College pursuing a bachelor's degree in media studies with a concentration in journalism as well as a minor in political science. She has lived her whole life in Brooklyn, New York.

students preparing for their finals
News

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.

Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent
Lifestyle

Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent

Freshman, alumni and super-seniors alike came to perform at The Olive Tree Review’s open mic night last week, presenting original poetry, excerpts of novels, songs and even a few freestyle raps.

Hunter grad takes on women’s issues in rap world — in song
Culture

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.

Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy
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Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy

The official attendance policy states that while CUNY schools are “not attendance-taking institutions,” professors may use attendance to calculate grades. But that is not clear to everyone, least of all students.

The “Tau” sculpture undergoes restoration
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The “Tau” sculpture undergoes restoration

There’s something missing from the entrance of the West building on 68th Street and Lexington Avenue: the giant black cube-like sculpture, more formally known as the Tau, has been removed from the spot it has occupied since 1984. According to a spokesperson for the college, the sculpture has been relocated […]