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Students studying on Hunter’s new fifth floor library, one of President Raab’s successful renovations of Hunter’s infrastructure and amenities.

The Confusion that Followed President Raab’s Sudden Departure

On December 5, 2022, President Jennifer Raab announced that she will be stepping down from her role as Hunter College’s President at the end of the spring semester in June 2023. The news, which seemed to be overshadowed by last semester’s finals season, left students unsure of Hunter’s future. “I […]

In the year since CUNY lifted its mask mandate, some students feel comfortable not wearing masks, while others still use the face coverings. Even in crowded spaces like the escalators in the North Building, more and more students are not masking.
News / Student Life

One Year After CUNY Ends Mask Mandate, Students Remain Uncertain

One year after CUNY lifted its mask mandate, interviews with students show an ongoing debate about the importance of face coverings, even as the COVID-19 pandemic eases. “I feel like everyone should be able to do whatever they please,” said Arham, a Hunter student who declined to give his last […]

Hunter College Celebrates Black History Month with “Black Art Is:” Event
Culture / Student Life

Hunter College Celebrates Black History Month with “Black Art Is:” Event

Hunter College’s “Black Art Is:” event, hosted on February 24th, aimed to shine a light on the many talented Black and brown artists who are underrepresented in the art world.  Zara Cimone created the event, a studio art major who transferred to Hunter college a semester ago, along with the […]

Assemblyman Alex Bores receives a standing ovation at his inauguration

“Son of The Upper East Side” Celebrates Inauguration at Hunter

In an emotional homecoming, State Assemblyman Alex Bores celebrated his inauguration with 350 friends, neighbors, and politicians earlier this month in Hunter North’s Assembly Hall. Born and raised in Yorkville, the Hunter College High School alum was sworn in to represent District 73, comprising parts of Midtown East and the […]

Sissel McCarthy, Hunter College’s head chair of the journalism department, has an office in North 525. Outside her office, you can find internship opportunities, job offerings and important information about the major.
News / Student Life

A New Journalism Class at Hunter College

Hunter College’s Film and Media Studies Department is offering a new social justice course this spring.  Hunter already offers a variety of social justice related courses like Human Rights and Social Justice, Race and Ethnic Relations, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Environmental Justice just to name a few. But now, […]