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Cars drove past CUNY headquarters to protest budget cuts and layoffs.
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CUNY Could Lay Off Thousands of Adjuncts

Some teaching staff at Hunter College have received non-reappointment letters.

Virtual Career Fair Marks a First For Students
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Virtual Career Fair Marks a First For Students

From Sportsplex to Symplicity, this semester’s career fair was held online.

Zoombombing Disrupt Students’ Learning Process
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Zoombombing Disrupt Students’ Learning Process

“Remote learning is already a struggle, so to disrupt my students from their learning is disappointing,” said a professor whose class got zoombombed.

The cast and director of “Mother Courage and Her Children,” in rehearsal, weeks before their cancelation notice.
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Following Broadway’s Lead, Hunter Closes Brecht Production

The show must go on: Unless there’s a pandemic. Hunter College’s production of “Mother Courage and Her Children” was canceled. The cast and crew share their experiences.

Hunter Waiting on CUNY Funds to Finish Fifth Floor Library Renovation
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Hunter Waiting on CUNY Funds to Finish Fifth Floor Library Renovation

While waiting for full funding from CUNY, the fifth floor of Hunter’s library remains closed.