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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 […]

Commuting Stole Time from Hunter Students, Quarantine Gave it Back

Commuting Stole Time from Hunter Students, Quarantine Gave it Back

First, it was their extensive commute, but now there’s an old time-thief preying on Hunter’s commuter students: procrastination.

Sarah Farr in her COVID-19 uniform.

COVID-19 Makes Anxious Students More Anxious

Students who already deal with anxiety find COVID-19 is making their situation worse.

The petition for a pass/fail option was started last week and has almost 2,500 signatures.

CUNY Proposes New Grading Policy

CUNY introduces a new grading policy to help students through the pandemic of COVID-19.

Hunter students Anna Compton, Rahima Khatun and Joann Villacres volunteered with NYPIRG to help other students register to vote.

NYPIRG’s Mission To Increase Youth Voter Turnout

Youth voter turnout is at one of its lowest points in our city, and NYPIRG interns are here to change that.