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Green Initiative funds student sustainability projects
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Green Initiative funds student sustainability projects

The winners of this year’s Green Initiative included a survey of ways Hunter can add green roofs, a sustainability board game for students, and an app that directs students on how best to recycle. The projects, all proposed by Hunter undergrads, each received funding from the program and were presented […]

Media students display projects at iArt event
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Media students display projects at iArt event

The Blackbox Gallery was the scene for an interactive art show by the students in interactive media production — a class that helps them design work that engages the viewer.

Barney Frank with Students
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The first publicly gay congressman chats with students

Barney Frank visited Roosevelt House to discuss the future of equality and weighs in on how much has Congress — and the country — has changed since he came out in 1987.

Students Noah Silversmith , Derrion Malink, Yeva Mishailov, Sebastian Beillard  and Ameerah Muhammad.
Culture

Students send the rich sounds of jazz echoing through West lobby

The rich sounds of the alto sax and guitar echoed through the lobby of the West building late last month as music majors hosted a jazz concert, delighting the audience while practicing their skills.

Photographer aims to capture life’s ‘imperfect moments’
Culture

Photographer aims to capture life’s ‘imperfect moments’

In the selfie culture of the “perfect moment” and the era of Instagram, one Hunter sophomore is seeking to capture the less perfect and show that those moments can be even more meaningful.

Students frustrated by those with priority registration
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Students frustrated by those with priority registration

Many Hunter students say they are worried about being boxed out of required classes, and some blame the high number of students who are granted early registration.

Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel
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Hunter Silberman School hosts food scarcity panel

A panel of four experts on food availability met at the Silberman School of Social Justice at Hunter College to discuss solutions to food scarcity in poor communities.

First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames
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First Hunter student cook-off goes down in flames

The competition, a team-based cook-off ended hours later after facing low turnout, power outages and scheduling mishaps.

Hunter produces high number of Fulbrights yet again
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Hunter produces high number of Fulbrights yet again

Three recent Hunter graduates are set to be awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship: Darsen Hover, Kevin Tang and Bressni Neary.

Students and faculty join forces to protest adjunct wages
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Students and faculty join forces to protest adjunct wages

Club members from the Coalition for the Revitalization of Asian American Studies co-sponsored the event while members of other clubs, such as the International Club, joined in on the action.