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Professor Victoria Johnson’s journey to National Book Award nominee
Culture

Professor Victoria Johnson’s journey to National Book Award nominee

Professor Victoria Johnson’s path to nominee for the 2018 National Book Award is unconventional, but a closer look reveals the threads between these vastly different chapters of her life.

Hunter Public Safety wants students to learn their “A.B.Cs”
News

Hunter Public Safety wants students to learn their “A.B.Cs”

The college has introduced “active shooter protocol” signs all over campus, urging students to “know their ABCs: avoid, barricade and confront.”

Cafeteria will open next month, and students can name it
News

Cafeteria will open next month, and students can name it

The cafeteria will reopen with a new vendor in late November or December, and between now and then, students have the chance to name it.

Students in News Video Reporting were treated to a make-up demonstration from Glam Squad's Nick Scalzo as well as cosmetics from Cover Girl.  Photo by Markus Martinez.
News

Media students get made over by Glam Squad and Cover Girl

Cover Girl visited Hunter’s News Video Reporting students to give makeup tips for the best camera exposure.

Nostalgia Night welcomes all gamers for old-school play
Lifestyle

Nostalgia Night welcomes all gamers for old-school play

Hunter’s Esports and Game Design Collective hosted Nostalgia Night, an event for sentimental gamers to meet and revisit old classic gaming.

As Shakespeare & Co. expands and reinvents, kiosk opens at Hunter College
News

As Shakespeare & Co. expands and reinvents, kiosk opens at Hunter College

With its new kiosk tucked under the corner of the East building and a machine at the main store that can print a paperback in minutes, Shakespeare & Co. is trying to do what all booksellers across the country are attempting: stay alive in the era of Amazon.

The “Tau” sculpture undergoes restoration
News

The “Tau” sculpture undergoes restoration

There’s something missing from the entrance of the West building on 68th Street and Lexington Avenue: the giant black cube-like sculpture, more formally known as the Tau, has been removed from the spot it has occupied since 1984. According to a spokesperson for the college, the sculpture has been relocated […]

CUNYTuesday is about more than the money
News

CUNYTuesday is about more than the money

Sometimes giving back is the best gift of all. At least, that is what the college is hoping as they seek to break a donation record during the #CUNYTuesday fundraising campaign next month. The college will accept donations for the whole month, until the website closes on Nov. 27.

The Canvas: Students can create in “blank space”
News

The Canvas: Students can create in “blank space”

The former college bookstore located on the ground floor of Hunter West has been taken over by The Canvas, a retail space and creative studio that promotes sustainable and environmentally-friendly fashion.

Demi Moore, a senior at Hunter College, places a hood around Kagan during the ceremony.
News

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan honored at Hunter College

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, a graduate of Hunter High School and Elementary School, came to Hunter College to share her story and advice for students as she was honored with an honorary degree of humane letters.