Articles written by: Samuel Allan

Samuel Allan is a student at Hunter studying Political Science and Journalism. He is originally from South Carolina, and has lived in New York City for three years.

Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel
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Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel

A panel of four experts on food availability met at the Silberman School of Social Justice at Hunter College to discuss solutions to food scarcity in poor communities.

First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames
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First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames

Hunter’s first student cook-off kicked off what was intended to be an annual event in disastrous style. The competition, a team-based cook off sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and Grow NYC’s Fresh Food Box program, was meant to bring attention to food insecurity faced by Hunter students. By the time the night was over, after facing power outages and schedule mishaps, a well-meaning event had turned into a debacle that may prove to be irredeemable. 

Hunter produces high number of Fulbright Scholars yet again
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Hunter produces high number of Fulbright Scholars yet again

Three recent Hunter graduates are set to be awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Darsen Hover, Kevin Tang and Bressni Neary were recently notified of their grants. An official announcement is pending.  Fulbright Scholarships grant students money to teach and conduct research in foreign countries. It also includes a service requirement […]