Articles written by: Joie-Ting Jing Ng

Joie-Ting Jing Ng is a junior at Hunter College, majoring in journalism. She currently works as a diversity and inclusion task force member while pursuing her bachelor's degree. Joie is invested in reporting stories for under-represented and marginalized demographics.

Hunter’s AAPI Community Addresses Lack of Representation in Mental Health Practitioners
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Hunter’s AAPI Community Addresses Lack of Representation in Mental Health Practitioners

Zachary Seow was always the “therapist friend” to whom his friends confided their troubles. While he enjoyed lending an ear, he realized how people didn’t know how to categorize their feelings. This fueled his desire to major in sociology and eventually become a therapist. Seow’s goal of a career in […]

Providing a Safe Space: A Multimedia Exhibition on LGBT Identity
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Providing a Safe Space: A Multimedia Exhibition on LGBT Identity

“What we want to do is tell students who are questioning gender and sexuality that coming here is a way to learn in a situation that’s not threatening at all,” said an instructor.

Some Students Find Hunter’s Short-Term Counseling Inadequate
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Some Students Find Hunter’s Short-Term Counseling Inadequate

“I went for therapy. I didn’t go for resources,” says one Hunter student about the school’s counseling.

Filmmaker Advocates for Immigrants with Learning Disabilities
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Filmmaker Advocates for Immigrants with Learning Disabilities

Language and cultural barriers create stigmas for treating dyslexia.