Culture

Author Makes the Case for Finding Hope in FDR Politician
Culture

Author Makes the Case for Finding Hope in FDR Politician

Hunter College’s Roosevelt House welcomed author John Nichols to discuss the legacy of FDR’s progressive right-hand man, Henry A. Wallace.

Andie Carroll
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Freshman Takes the Win in Virtual Talent Competition

Amid the challenge of virtually welcoming new students to Hunter, the school’s USG hosts a virtual talent competition.

COVID-19 Lockdown Takes Away ‘Lasts’ for Graduating Seniors
Culture

COVID-19 Lockdown Takes Away ‘Lasts’ for Graduating Seniors

As the coronavirus continues to spread and social distancing rules continue to be enforced, graduating seniors are forced to miss out on their final semester college experiences.

As Hunter students continue to register for the fall 2020 semester, they have to consider the possibility of continued remote learning.
Culture / News

Students “50/50” About Registering for Fall Classes

Until the college makes an announcement about whether fall classes will be online or in-person, some Hunter students are delaying registration.

Hunter Gets Creative During Quarantine
Culture

Hunter Gets Creative During Quarantine

Hunter students and faculty find their creative side during the 2020 lockdown.