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Hunter College’s Brookdale Campus is the most affordable CUNY housing unit for students.  Back Brookdale founder Sarah D’Alessandro says, “It's a fluke that this dorm exists and is as cheap as it is. And I can't envision CUNY, replicating or engineering, a dorm like the residence hall.”
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Brookdale Fights Back: Student Advocacy Group Protests Against Dorm’s Destruction

Hunter College’s Brookdale Residence Hall is in danger of being torn down, and Hunter students have decided to fight against its destruction. In October 2022, Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy Hochul decided to tear down the dorms in order to create a Science Park and Research Campus (SPARC). The […]

Laila Gad (first from right) is the first Egyptian-American from Hunter College to win Pulitzer Fellowship. [Photo by Professor Sissel McCarthy]
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Hunter’s Seventh Pulitzer Fellow Wants To Reclaim Journalism

The stage was all set for the evening of April 18 at Roosevelt House before a student, seated in the front row beside designated guest speakers receives a special mention by the event organizer. As attendees clap to the announcement, Laila Gad,  astonished, looks around her, throwing a smile at […]

From “Classroom to Career” a New Course Coming to Hunter in Fall 2023
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From “Classroom to Career” a New Course Coming to Hunter in Fall 2023

As students begin to prepare for the fall semester, a new course titled “Classroom to Career” is coming to Hunter. The goal is that students who complete this 1.5 credit course will be well-equipped to move from an academic setting to a job in media. “Classroom to Career” will prepare […]

Creating Community: Hunter’s School of Education Raises Awareness on Black Maternal Mortality
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Creating Community: Hunter’s School of Education Raises Awareness on Black Maternal Mortality

As the government continues to encroach on women’s bodily autonomy, Hunter College’s School of Education held a forum last week to raise awareness on a population that is exceptionally vulnerable to these law changes: Black mothers.  Despite only making up 14% of the United States’ female population, Black women are […]

In what can be considered as one of the largest on-campus collaborations, five Asian groups came together to take a wider Hunter community on a journey to explore regional cultures through food, performances, and games.
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Asian Leaders Of Hunter Unite To Celebrate Cultural Heritage

As students entered the Game Room of Thomas Hunter Hall, their senses became imminently occupied by a cluster of sounds, aromas, and sights. A Spotify playlist set for the evening switched between Bollywood, Uzbek, and K-Pop music. Food counters set at a corner served delicacies ranging from biryani to Banh […]