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First floor, west building, women's restroom.
News

Hunter in hot water? Not in the bathrooms

Bathrooms in both the North and West building are experiencing problems with their tap water and students have been complaining all semester, to no avail.

USG candidates outline their platforms at forum
News

USG candidates outline their platforms at forum

The candidates for the USG gathered in the West Building on April 10 to introduce themselves and the issues they plan to tackle if elected.

Looking back at tragedy: Art inspired by Triangle Shirtwaist fire
Culture

Looking back at tragedy: Art inspired by Triangle Shirtwaist fire

Emotions were raw while stories were shared at the Roosevelt House event that recalled the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire from 1911 and the art that has been created around it.

Going behind the scenes at Hunter News Now
Lifestyle

Going behind the scenes at Hunter News Now

“It’s not a traditional classroom. It’s a newsroom,” says the professor who created the Film & Media Studies department class for News Video Production.

New York Public Interest Research Group is located in Thomas Hunter Hall. Students are encouraged to stop by and voice their concerns with Hunter and to get involved in finding a solution
News

As winter ends, students push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition

Students and faculty are leading a newly energized push to freeze CUNY and SUNY tuition by having their voices heard by legislators and state officials.

GlamourGals make makeup a mission
Lifestyle

GlamourGals make makeup a mission

Every month, a group of Hunter women visit a center for the blind and the visually impaired to chat and build relationships with the members of the center.

Distinguished pianist — and professor — hosts concert
Culture

Distinguished pianist — and professor — hosts concert

Professor Jocelyn Lai, known as one of the youngest creative talents in classical music in Canada, performed on the piano at Lang Recital Hall.

Hunter arts students make play for gallery space
Culture

Hunter arts students make play for gallery space

A group of Hunter art students have developed an online petition demanding the former bookstore space on the ground floor of Hunter West be used for showing student work.

Sociology students at Hunter
News

Student study of MTA elevators gets the city listening

Hunter College students may not be able to fix the elevators in their own school, but they have made strides to improve the elevators in subway stations around the city.

Professor choreographs Cuban ballet dancers in new production
Culture

Professor choreographs Cuban ballet dancers in new production

A fusion of Cuban roots and American traditions was the focus of the debut of the Ballet Contemporáneo de Camagüey choreographed by artist-in-residence and professor Pedro Ruiz.