Hunter students jamming in preparation for an in-class recital.

Jammin’: Music students mix, mingle in impromptu improvs

To combat the challenges of socializing in Hunter’s commuter-school environment, music students are getting together and jamming whenever they can.

The new west lobby cafe
Culture / Lifestyle

Students feel the impact of higher enrollment

With enrollment at an all-time high, up 4 percent from last year, students have very few common spaces to settle in between classes. Moreover, places students have traditionally used as sitting space, are now closed off for renovations.

Professor Victoria Johnson’s journey to National Book Award nominee
Culture / featured-column

Professor Victoria Johnson’s journey to National Book Award nominee

Professor Victoria Johnson’s path to nominee for the 2018 National Book Award is unconventional, but a closer look reveals the threads between these vastly different chapters of her life.

People sitting around a table.

Hunter College’s production of ‘Uncle Vanya’ Gets Top Reviews

The college’s infant Hunter Theater Project’s first production of “Uncle Vanya” has met with rave reviews, putting the Frederick Loewe Theater on the map, and making this experiment in creating accessible professional shows for students an immediate success. Student tickets for the show are just $15, well below the price […]

Edrick Leong hosting his show,
Culture / News

Upgrade U: WHCS Radio gets technical to improve listener experience

Thanks to a rollover from last year’s budget, WHCS Radio will be able to make some technical upgrades that will allow it to broadcast through a mobile app and make other adjustments to improve listener experience for this fall and beyond.