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USG candidates outline their platforms at forum
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USG candidates outline their platforms at forum

The candidates for the USG gathered in the West Building on April 10 to introduce themselves and the issues they plan to tackle if elected.

Library update: Fifth floor has no date of completion
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Library update: Fifth floor has no date of completion

While the fifth floor is closed to students since the beginning of this year, the Board of Trustees has yet to vote on the design plans.

New York Public Interest Research Group is located in Thomas Hunter Hall. Students are encouraged to stop by and voice their concerns with Hunter and to get involved in finding a solution
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As winter ends, students push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition

Students and faculty are leading a newly energized push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition by having their voices heard by legislators and state officials.

Queens College president is first Latino chancellor
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Queens College president is first Latino chancellor

Felix V. Matos Rodriguez is CUNY’s eighth chancellor. He took over the role on May 1.

Sociology students at Hunter
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Student study of MTA elevators gets the city listening

Hunter College students may not be able to fix the elevators in their own school, but they have made strides to improve the elevators in subway stations around the city.

Students claim music rooms used for everything except music
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Students claim music rooms used for everything except music

The special access swipes for music majors on the outside of every room fail to keep out non-music majors, making the rooms almost unusable.

Members of CRAASH and activist Corinne Greene rally outside a Board of Trustees meeting held at LaGuardia Community College
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CUNY’s partnership with Amazon draws ire from some students, faculty

Hunter and CUNY students and faculty across the city have banded together to protest the university’s partnership with Amazon, which plans to develop a large new campus in Queens. They have taken to the streets to protest any connection CUNY will have with the corporate giant, to which the city has offered tax incentives in exchange for bringing new jobs.

A photo taken outside the Purple Apron office, detailing their process.
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Brookdale Campus delivers a new food pantry: The Purple Apron

A new food pantry called The Purple Apron is offering free groceries to Hunter students at the Brookdale Campus through the end of the school year.

Bedbugs at Hunter College have been put to bed
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Bedbugs at Hunter College have been put to bed

Hunter College student’s bedbug complaints have finally been addressed by administration.

Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?
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Notes from the Hunter Senate: Honors for all?

New legislation proposed in the Hunter College Senate is creating a pathway for all students to take honors classes, instead of just those in honors cohorts. If it passes, anyone with a GPA above 3.5 will be allowed to to achieve honors distinction.