Articles written by: Maria Luisa Imbachi

Maria Luisa Imbachi is a senior at Hunter College majoring in journalism. Imbachi was born in Colombia and raised in East-Elmhurst, Queens. Her love and inspiration for communications were apparent at a very young age when she volunteered at her elementary school television production and that carried over to her middle school. Now in college, she sees media as a way to tell the stories of those who have an opinion but no voice. Imbachi has a clear image of herself as a journalist and hopes to see her hard work reflected by working for a network like NBC.

Finals Fever lowers everyone’s temperature
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Finals Fever lowers everyone’s temperature

The carnival is hosted every year to allow students the opportunity to be on campus, but away from their books for a couple of hours. 

Hunter Dreamers seek to recruit more students for scholarships
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Hunter Dreamers seek to recruit more students for scholarships

A group of Dreamers who have been awarded the DREAM.US scholarship toward their college degree are organizing to help get the word out about the funding available to students with the same status.

Green Initiative funds student sustainability projects
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Green Initiative funds student sustainability projects

The winners of this year’s Green Initiative included a survey of ways Hunter can add green roofs, a sustainability board game for students, and an app that directs students on how best to recycle. The projects, all proposed by Hunter undergrads, each received funding from the program and were presented […]

The Athenian Q&A: Sustainability specialist Kelli Stephens
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The Athenian Q&A: Sustainability specialist Kelli Stephens

To better understand the college’s recycling policies, and how students can better practice good recycling habits, The Athenian talked to the college’s sustainability and energy specialist.

Distinguished pianist — and professor — hosts concert
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Distinguished pianist — and professor — hosts concert

Professor Jocelyn Lai, known as one of the youngest creative talents in classical music in Canada, performed on the piano at Lang Recital Hall.