Articles written by: Lucien Formichella

Lucien Formichella is a 21-year-old media major with a concentration in journalism in the Macaulay Honors program at Hunter College. He also minors in sociology and English. As a small child, Lucien discovered a passion for writing, and has been doing so feverishly ever since. Lucien regularly finds himself in diverse and challenging professional situations, from editing manuscripts on America’s diplomacy with China for an internship in the publishing division of Start Media, to world of special events in New York City, where he once had to shut down 3 lanes of rush hour traffic outside of Madison Square Garden. Lucien is comfortable in any environment, whether it be a traditional office setting or helping to park a semi-trailer. Lucien currently freelances for The Observer, writing a wide array of articles (sometimes goofy, sometimes serious) about food. As a semi-professional stand-up comedian, Lucien can regularly be found at New York Comedy Club, or performing (and not drinking) at bar shows across the city. This is his website: http://lformjournalism.com/

Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?
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Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?

New legislation proposed in the Hunter College Senate is creating a pathway for all students to take honors classes, instead of just those in honors cohorts. If it passes, anyone with a GPA above 3.5 will be allowed to to achieve honors distinction.

OPINION: What’s new is old again at the cafeteria
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OPINION: What’s new is old again at the cafeteria

After a long hiatus, the cafeteria has returned just in time for the end of the semester, and just in time for a review. Finally, complaints in the Hunter student Facebook group can shift back into focus and the school can go back to its natural order.

Hunter USG President, Intzar Singh
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New USG president wants free-flowing communication

New USG President Intzar Singh has a lot going on, but likes fitting the puzzle of presidency together.

Police corruption exposed in new documentary
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Police corruption exposed in new documentary

“Crime + Punishment” documents the untold story of police officers who pushed back against arrest quotas in the NYPD.

CUNYTuesday is about more than the money
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CUNYTuesday is about more than the money

Sometimes giving back is the best gift of all. At least, that is what the college is hoping as they seek to break a donation record during the #CUNYTuesday fundraising campaign next month. The college will accept donations for the whole month, until the website closes on Nov. 27.