Articles written by: Donika Lleshi

Donika Lleshi is a journalist at the Hunter Athenian. She first became interested in writing at eight years old when she won the Ezra Jack Keats award for her book 'The Wind Blew My Jacket Away'. She started working on her school newspaper in fourth grade and continued with journalism from then on.

Critically acclaimed violinist performs hunter students compositions
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Critically acclaimed violinist performs hunter students compositions

The compositions of Hunter music students were performed by a critically acclaimed violinist in Lang Recital Hall last week, giving them a chance to hear their work as it was meant to be played. Violinist Pala Garcia performed the six songs to a small audience of music majors. The event, […]

Another day, another nickel
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Another day, another nickel

Throughout the bright sunlit sky-bridge, students and teachers alike devoted their time on Wednesday afternoon to protest the low-wages that adjunct professors receive. Club members from the Coalition for the Revitalization of Asian American Studies (CRAASH) co-sponsored the event while members of other clubs, such as the International Club, joined […]

Bathrooms in need of fixing
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Bathrooms in need of fixing

Bathrooms in both the North and West building are experiencing problems with their tap water and students have been complaining all semester, claiming that the situation could be unhygienic. Not only is the water cold in temperature, the sinks also have faulty motion sensors. “It sucks walking inside from being […]

Music rooms used for everything except music
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Music rooms used for everything except music

In an attempt to reclaim the college’s practice rooms for the right purpose, the Music Department added a special access swipe for music majors on the outside of every room. But the locks don’t work as expected, and students say the rooms are continually occupied by non-music majors, making them […]