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7 O’Clock Muse Goes Live!
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7 O’Clock Muse Goes Live!

Over 100 people filled the seats in Hunter’s Lang Hall the night of April 19th for the annual Muse Showcase, a night of comedy sketches, performances and laughs. The Muse Showcase lets scholars from the Muse Program, an honors program for students in the art, media and creative writing majors, […]

Students talking during a Spill Ur Guts session hosted by QSU.
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Spill Ur Guts: Where Hunter Students Can Speak

On a recent weekday in Thomas Hunter Hall 105, fingers interlaced, twisted, and untangled themselves. Toes thumped against the green carpet and knees bounced up and down. Cookie crumbs tumbled to the ground and steam protruded from a water kettle.  The words that came out of the students’ were like […]

Rico Nasty in Big Mechoo's Barbie music video
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Spring Concert Featuring Rico Nasty on Friday at Terminal 5

The Hunter College Undergraduate Student Government announced that Rico Nasty will headline their Spring Concert on Friday, April 12. The concert will be held at Terminal 5, a music venue in Hell’s Kitchen. Tickets are available online for $10, plus a $3 handling fee. Entry will be granted exclusively to […]

Hunter Staff and Students Protest One Year Without a Union Contract

Hunter Staff and Students Protest One Year Without a Union Contract

Hunter students joined staff on Feb. 29 to demonstrate outside the Hunter West Building over union contract negotiations that have dragged on for a year. Members of the Professional Staff Congress, or PSC CUNY, attended a contract bargaining session, while others led informational pickets at various CUNY campuses. The union […]

In what can be considered as one of the largest on-campus collaborations, five Asian groups came together to take a wider Hunter community on a journey to explore regional cultures through food, performances, and games.
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Asian Leaders Of Hunter Unite To Celebrate Cultural Heritage

As students entered the Game Room of Thomas Hunter Hall, their senses became imminently occupied by a cluster of sounds, aromas, and sights. A Spotify playlist set for the evening switched between Bollywood, Uzbek, and K-Pop music. Food counters set at a corner served delicacies ranging from biryani to Banh […]