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Students Craft at Camp-Inspired Virtual Festival

This was a tradition that we had that we really didn’t want to lose,” said one organizer.

Music Faculty Reflect on Work-Life Balance During the Pandemic
Culture / Student Life

Music Faculty Reflect on Work-Life Balance During the Pandemic

“During busy fall and spring seasons, I was likely in rehearsals and giving concerts 2-3 times a month. That has essentially come to a halt,” said one music professor.

Congresswoman Bella Abzug: Good Person and Changemaker
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Congresswoman Bella Abzug: Good Person and Changemaker

Panelists and close friends share their personal experiences with and connections to a Hunter firebrand.

Students Find Virtual Tutoring Less Effective
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Students Find Virtual Tutoring Less Effective

“The tutoring is helpful in understanding the homework” but not so much the exams, said Yu.