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The sign plastered all over school for the event.
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Cancelled Plans: So long to sex at Hunter

The 2019 Sex Fair was canceled just weeks before it was set to happen on campus.

Barney Frank with Students
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The first publicly gay congressman chats with students

Barney Frank visited Roosevelt House to discuss the future of equality and weighs in on how much has Congress — and the country — has changed since he came out in 1987.

Hunter gym hosts top-secret Met Gala after-party
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Hunter gym hosts top-secret Met Gala after-party

The annual event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts every A-list celebrity you can think of, and they partied right here in the gym.

Journalism student to cover dementia crisis
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Journalism student to cover dementia crisis

Audrey Henson won a Pulitzer Center grant to report on a topic important in Japan — and personal for her.

Students frustrated by those with priority registration
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Students frustrated by those with priority registration

Many Hunter students say they are worried about being boxed out of required classes, and some blame the high number of students who are granted early registration.

Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel
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Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel

A panel of four experts on food availability met at the Silberman School of Social Justice at Hunter College to discuss solutions to food scarcity in poor communities.

First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames
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First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames

The competition, a team-based cook-off ended hours later after facing low turnout, power outages and scheduling mishaps.

Hunter produces high number of Fulbrights yet again
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Hunter produces high number of Fulbrights yet again

Three recent Hunter graduates are set to be awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship: Darsen Hover, Kevin Tang and Bressni Neary.

Students and faculty join forces to protest adjunct wages
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Students and faculty join forces to protest adjunct wages

Club members from the Coalition for the Revitalization of Asian American Studies co-sponsored the event while members of other clubs, such as the International Club, joined in on the action.

First floor, west building, women's restroom.
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Hunter in hot water? Not in the bathrooms

Bathrooms in both the North and West building are experiencing problems with their tap water and students have been complaining all semester, to no avail.