Recent Posts

Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent
Lifestyle

Olive Tree Review open mic night showcases Hunter’s talent

Freshman, alumni and super-seniors alike came to perform at The Olive Tree Review’s open mic night last week, presenting original poetry, excerpts of novels, songs and even a few freestyle raps.

Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House
News

Fighting for women’s rights: ERA activist joins Roosevelt House

As the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment gains momentum, one of its prominent leaders joins the Roosevelt House as Director of the Human Rights Program.

Vinnie Sperrazza Apocryphal performs in the Black Box Theater last month.
Lifestyle

Sperrazza jazzes up Black Box Theater for “New Topologies” series

Vinnie Sperrazza Apocryphal, an experimental, free-jazz group native to Brooklyn and Manhattan, performed at the Black Box Theater last week as the second installment of the music department’s “New Topologies” series.

Hunter Hawk Mascot joins the crowd in the Sportsplex
Sports

Spirit Week kicks off with events; matches and games this weekend

Fencing, basketball, swimming and wrestling are all in the line-up for this week’s homecoming, and Spirit Week kicked off Monday with activities and events designed to celebrate student-athletes and show some Hunter Hawk Pride.

Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy
News

Confusion surrounds Hunter’s attendance policy

The official attendance policy states that while CUNY schools are “not attendance-taking institutions,” professors may use attendance to calculate grades. But that is not clear to everyone, least of all students.

Stressed out? Two events this week are designed to help
Lifestyle

Stressed out? Two events this week are designed to help

On Dec. 5, the psychology department will be hosting an advising event as an informal way for students to meet as a group, and HCAP will be hosting several De-Stress Events.

Pre-Health students get a glimpse of grad school process
News

Pre-Health students get a glimpse of grad school process

Students swinging through the entrance of the main lobby in the West Building last week were greeted by more than 30 institutions representing an array of regional health professions graduate schools. The goal was to help align Hunter students with information on programs from dentistry and medicine to optometry, pharmacy, […]

Muslim Students Association raises $45k for children’s charities
Lifestyle

Muslim Students Association raises $45k for children’s charities

Charity Week, an annual event hosted by the Muslim Student Association in the last week of October, raised nearly $45,000, which they donated to efforts to aid children across the globe.

Hunter students perform in year’s first recital
News

Hunter students perform in year’s first recital

Hunter College musicians performed at the first recital of Fall 2018.

Faludi reads work in Distinguished Writers Series
Culture

Faludi reads work in Distinguished Writers Series

Author Susan Faludi visited Monday, November 13 for a reading of her memoir, “In the Darkroom” as part of the Distinguished Writers Series.