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

Hunter USG President, Intzar Singh
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New USG president wants free-flowing communication

New USG President Intzar Singh has a lot going on, but likes fitting the puzzle of presidency together.

Police corruption exposed in new documentary
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Police corruption exposed in new documentary

“Crime + Punishment” documents the untold story of police officers who pushed back against arrest quotas in the NYPD.

Journalist shares reporting experience with media students
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Journalist shares reporting experience with media students

Pulitzer Prize grantee Danny Gold spoke at Guttman Community College about his coverage of gangs in Mexico to Hunter journalism students.

The 2nd floor entrance to Thomas Hunter Hall, currently closed for construction
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Thomas Hunter Hall renovations will bring new clubs and common spaces

When finished in July 2019, the renovations in Thomas Hunter Hall are expected to bring a game room, student publication offices, and much more.

Hunter students jamming in preparation for an in-class recital.
Culture

Jammin’: Music students mix, mingle in impromptu improvs

To combat the challenges of socializing in Hunter’s commuter-school environment, music students are getting together and jamming whenever they can.

The new west lobby cafe
Culture / Lifestyle

Students feel the impact of higher enrollment

With enrollment at an all-time high, up 4 percent from last year, students have very few common spaces to settle in between classes. Moreover, places students have traditionally used as sitting space, are now closed off for renovations.

Sharice Osei, who uses a walker to get around, has to plan her commuting schedule around the limited elevator service in Hunter North.
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A problem is “elevating” in the North Building

With four out of the five cars out of service, students are having to wait or walk to get to lower-floor classes in the North Building. And for those with disabilities, it has become a struggle just to get to class.