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The new street-sign for Audre Lorde Way.
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Lexington and 86th St. Renamed Audre Lorde Way

Hunter College and New York City Council dedicate street corner to famous alum.

Students Say $10,000 is Insignificant for Loan Forgiveness
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Students Say $10,000 is Insignificant for Loan Forgiveness

The Biden administration is in talks to announce a student loan forgiveness plan, but students are still stressed.

Hunter Community Struggles with Increased Rent
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Hunter Community Struggles with Increased Rent

Rents in New York have increased by 33%. Hunter students feel anxious about the possibility of having their rents increased.

Hunter’s AAPI Community Addresses Lack of Representation in Mental Health Practitioners
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Hunter’s AAPI Community Addresses Lack of Representation in Mental Health Practitioners

Zachary Seow was always the “therapist friend” to whom his friends confided their troubles. While he enjoyed lending an ear, he realized how people didn’t know how to categorize their feelings. This fueled his desire to major in sociology and eventually become a therapist. Seow’s goal of a career in […]

Data Shows Promising Employment Chances For Upcoming Grads
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Data Shows Promising Employment Chances For Upcoming Grads

After two tough years, graduating seniors have rising employment rates to count on.