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Yusra Ashraf with her grandmother.
Culture / Student Life

Students Plan Post-Pandemic Celebrations of Life for Loved Ones Lost

With the rise of vaccinations, NYC students explore memorial options for family and friends lost.

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Culture / News

Asian American Studies and Data Disaggregation are Key to Countering Violence

Experts, scholars and policymakers take part in a panel to discuss the next steps to address anti-Asian racism.

As the coronavirus engulfed the lives of college students, some wrote poetry revolving around movies, birth defects and contempt with being alone.
Art / Student Life

Poetry Becomes A Mirror for Some Hunter Students’ Minds During Pandemic

As the coronavirus engulfed the lives of college students, some wrote poetry revolving around movies, birth defects and contempt with being alone.

From Modern to Masters, Hunter’s Hester Diamond
Art / Culture

From Modern to Masters, Hunter’s Hester Diamond

“Growing up, you don’t know that anything that turns out to be extraordinary, actually is extraordinary!” said David in regards to growing up in a home full of masterpieces.

Journalists Unite to Solve Puerto Rico’s Media Crisis
Culture

Journalists Unite to Solve Puerto Rico’s Media Crisis

Educating students on news literacy is the first step in stopping the spread of misinformation.