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Students Find Virtual Tutoring Less Effective
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Students Find Virtual Tutoring Less Effective

“The tutoring is helpful in understanding the homework” but not so much the exams, said Yu.

Yang Co-campaign Manager “Forever Grateful” for Her CUNY Education
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Yang Co-campaign Manager “Forever Grateful” for Her CUNY Education

Hunter graduate Sasha Ahuja describes being “deeply politicized by organizing work on campus,” leading to her current position running Andrew Yang’s mayoral campaign.

Calls for Hunter West Renaming Amidst College Social Justice Reckoning
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Calls for Hunter West Renaming Amidst College Social Justice Reckoning

A petition from students and faculty to celebrate distinguished alumni Audre Lorde has fizzled.

Student Government Wants Pronouns on Rosters
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Student Government Wants Pronouns on Rosters

“I heard of instances where students were misgendered and that was something that we deemed as unacceptable on our end,” Senate Chair Alexis Fischer said.

Hunter College will be using the allocated money to expand mental health services at the Wellness Center.
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CUNY Allocates $5 Million for Mental Health Services

Students’ mental health has taken a hit over the course of the pandemic. CUNY is trying to help by allocating $5 million towards counseling services.