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Rico Nasty in Big Mechoo's Barbie music video
News / Student Life

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 […]

A 6 train CUNY advertisement for a flexible and diverse degree program.
Student Life

How Hunter Students Can Take Classes at Any CUNY College

When Anna Boers, a senior Macaulay Honors Biological Sciences major at Hunter College, was looking to fulfill her Anatomy and Physiology class requirement, she landed at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in lower Manhattan instead of the Upper East Side. She took advantage of the City University of New […]

Isabel Ortiz Goes From Intern to Host at CUNY TV
Multimedia / Student Life

Isabel Ortiz Goes From Intern to Host at CUNY TV

From shy intern to host of her own network podcast, Isabel Ortiz is making her way in the media space while being a full-time student at Hunter College. Ortiz grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y. and when it was time to go to college she wanted a change of scenery. She […]

Hunter College Welcomes Two-Time Academy Award Nominee Rick Goldsmith
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Hunter College Welcomes Two-Time Academy Award Nominee Rick Goldsmith

Most of the seats at Hunter College’s Lang Hall were full last Tuesday afternoon for a screening of two-time Academy Award nominee Rick Goldsmith’s latest film, “Stripped for Parts: American Journalism on the Brink,” which takes a close look at a hedge fund that is plundering newspapers nationwide and the […]

SEEK Program Offers Priority Registration Amid Increase in Student Enrollment
News / Student Life

SEEK Program Offers Priority Registration Amid Increase in Student Enrollment

The Search for Education, Elevation and Knowledge program at Hunter College, commonly known as SEEK, is allowing its admitted students to register for classes early for the Fall 2024. With other specialty programs also offering the same academic support, some students said this leaves the rest of the student body […]