Student Life

‘You Just Gotta Respect Me’: Trans Students on The Present, The Future, and What Hunter Can Do to Help
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‘You Just Gotta Respect Me’: Trans Students on The Present, The Future, and What Hunter Can Do to Help

As states around the country enact laws targeting trans people’s health care, athletic participation, and even freedom, trans Hunter students are feeling the pressure. While some students are shocked by the blatant transphobia shown by lawmakers, others are not surprised. Regardless, many are scared. Pamela Rozon, a junior who is […]

Courtesy of @kappasigmahunter: Kappa Sigma members joined the Ukrainian Club in hosting a fundraiser in November to raise $1,186 for Ukraine.
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Greek Life at Hunter College

At a populous commuter school like Hunter College, it is hard for students to find a sense of community. Written in a recent Athenian article by Tamara Bailey, Lumen Learning states that having friends in college helps to develop better study habits and social skills as well as reducing stress.  […]

Poses Park, East 68th Street between Lexington and Third Avenue
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The Newest Spots for Students at Hunter

Have you ever found yourself at Hunter looking for a quiet place to study, or a spot to eat lunch and talk with friends in between classes? Hunter is notorious for being packed and it’s common to see students standing around waiting for an available seat — especially during welcome […]

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 […]

The Hunter Hillel welcomes all students, regardless of religion
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Hunter Hillel Tackles Rising Antisemitism

Karina feels safe at the Hunter Hillel because she knows “the only thing that’s not accepted here is intolerance.” As TV pundits and politicians spout antisemitic rhetoric, and hate crimes against Jews like her increase around the country, Karina feels comfortable in this accepting organization. The junior, who declined to […]