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Made by Students for Students: How a Campus Advocacy Group Takes on Pressing Issues
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Made by Students for Students: How a Campus Advocacy Group Takes on Pressing Issues

Student’s names and posters can be seen all around the NYPIRG office, located at Thomas Hunter 115. Crumbling buildings, underpaid adjuncts, and canceled classes: the past year has proven to be a stressful one for all the colleges in the City University of New York system across the five boroughs.  […]

Behind The Scene: Hunter College Film Club
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Behind The Scene: Hunter College Film Club

  Hunter College went five years without a film club until senior Brandon Denny took matters into his own hands last year. Denny is a Math major who, not surprisingly, originally planned to pursue a field in mathematics. That all changed when he decided to minor in film due to […]

The entrance to the advisor's office.
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One Advisor to 900 Students: Why Hunter Students Are Forced to Navigate College Life Solo

Many Hunter College students complain upon arriving at school that they must act as their own advisors. Little do they know the advisor-to-student ratio is 1 advisor to 900 students, according to Jen Gaboury a Professional Staff Congress CUNY staff. There are currently 18 advisors at Hunter, she said. Students […]

College students across New York City gathered in front of Hunter’s West Building on Feb. 28 for a pro-Palestinian protest. (Photo Credit: CUNY NION Jewish Antizionist Collective)
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Hunter Investigates Pro-Palestinian Student Groups Following Recent On-Campus Protest

Hunter College said they were conducting an investigation into pro-Palestinian student groups on alleged accounts of physical intimidation and hate speech against Jewish students during a protest held on Feb. 28. In an interview with diasporic magazine New York Jewish Weekly, a Hunter spokesperson reprimanded the language used during the […]

Largest Donation in CUNY History for Comp-Sci and AI Project
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Largest Donation in CUNY History for Comp-Sci and AI Project

Governor Kathy Hochul announced last month that CUNY will receive $75 million from the Simons Foundation to improve the computational science programs and incorporate CUNY into the governor’s proposed Empire AI project.  The donation is the largest in CUNY history. The funds will be split with $50 million going toward […]