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Judge Díaz's new autobiography,
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Judge and Puerto Rican activist discusses new autobiography at Glass Cafe

Introduced as a “living example of resistance to hate,” Judge Nelson A. Diaz recounted his path from public housing in Harlem to becoming a leading political activist for the Puerto Rican community in Philadelphia at a talk hosted last week by Centro, the college’s center for Puerto Rican studies.

Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House
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Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House

As the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment gains momentum, one of its prominent leaders joins the Roosevelt House as Director of the Human Rights Program.

Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy
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Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy

The official attendance policy states that while CUNY schools are “not attendance-taking institutions,” professors may use attendance to calculate grades. But that is not clear to everyone, least of all students.

Pre-Health students get a glimpse of grad school process
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Pre-Health students get a glimpse of grad school process

Students swinging through the entrance of the main lobby in the West Building last week were greeted by more than 30 institutions representing an array of regional health professions graduate schools. The goal was to help align Hunter students with information on programs from dentistry and medicine to optometry, pharmacy, […]

Hunter students perform in year’s first recital
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Hunter students perform in year’s first recital

Hunter College musicians performed at the first recital of Fall 2018.

Hunter USG President, Intzar Singh
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New USG president wants free-flowing communication

New USG President Intzar Singh has a lot going on, but likes fitting the puzzle of presidency together.

Police corruption exposed in new documentary
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Police corruption exposed in new documentary

“Crime + Punishment” documents the untold story of police officers who pushed back against arrest quotas in the NYPD.

Journalist shares reporting experience with media students
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Journalist shares reporting experience with media students

Pulitzer Prize grantee Danny Gold spoke at Guttman Community College about his coverage of gangs in Mexico to Hunter journalism students.

The 2nd floor entrance to Thomas Hunter Hall, currently closed for construction
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Thomas Hunter Hall renovations will bring new clubs and common spaces

When finished in July 2019, the renovations in Thomas Hunter Hall are expected to bring a game room, student publication offices, and much more.

Sharice Osei, who uses a walker to get around, has to plan her commuting schedule around the limited elevator service in Hunter North.
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A problem is “elevating” in the North Building

With four out of the five cars out of service, students are having to wait or walk to get to lower-floor classes in the North Building. And for those with disabilities, it has become a struggle just to get to class.