Post Tagged with: "Hunter College"

Students and speakers from the Feb. 24 2022 LGBTQ Policy Center event “The Struggle for Queer and Trans South Asian Human Rights: A Conversation with Community Leaders.” (Photo Credit: The Roosevelt House)

Hunter’s Queer Students Turn Into Community Leaders at The LGBTQ Policy Center

At Hunter College, queer students can find academic representation in the expanding opportunities and resources available at the LGBTQ Policy Center. The center, which opened about 10 years ago at the Roosevelt House, Hunter’s Public Policy Institute, provides opportunities for students interested in LGBTQ rights, law and public policy. Students […]

Courtesy of @kappasigmahunter: Kappa Sigma members joined the Ukrainian Club in hosting a fundraiser in November to raise $1,186 for Ukraine.
Culture / featured-column / News / Student Life

Greek Life at Hunter College

At a populous commuter school like Hunter College, it is hard for students to find a sense of community. Written in a recent Athenian article by Tamara Bailey, Lumen Learning states that having friends in college helps to develop better study habits and social skills as well as reducing stress.  […]

Students and faculty members displayed a show of unity while marching across Brooklyn Bridge on March 19th to speak against tuition hikes and lack of funding to CUNY institutions.
News / Student Life

Tuition Hikes Suffocating Hopes of Freshmen at Hunter

Nico Curtis came to Hunter College last semester to pursue a degree in environmental studies. For the Brooklyn resident, affordability topped the list of factors of consideration for college selection. But this perception could change next semester when tuition hikes for City University of New York and State University of […]

The set of “The Late Night Show” with Stephen Colbert. CUNY students have free access 
	to this show alongside other talk shows tapings like, “The View” and more. Just use the code 
CUNY when checking out on 1iota.
Culture / featured-column / Student Life

Did You Say “Free”? Here’s What the CUNY ID Can Give You

  To a young college student, there is no word more appealing than “free.” What many City University of New York students don’t know is that there are many free offers they are missing out on with the help of something they carry on them each day. When students are […]

Amanda Freeman and Lisa Dodson Discuss New Book on Low-Wage Women at Hunter’s Roosevelt House

Amanda Freeman and Lisa Dodson Discuss New Book on Low-Wage Women at Hunter’s Roosevelt House

On Thursday, the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College invited sociologists Amanda Freeman and Lisa Dodson to discuss their book, “Getting Me Cheap: How Low-Wage Work Traps Women and Girls in Poverty,” as part of the institute’s commemoration of Women’s History Month. The conversation, held virtually over Zoom, […]