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Korean Student Association Hosts “Night Market at Hunter” Event
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Korean Student Association Hosts “Night Market at Hunter” Event

The Korean Student Association (KSA) is a student-led organization at Hunter that strives to foster and celebrate Korean culture on campus. On Friday night, KSA hosted a “Night Market at Hunter” event that showcased Korean food, music, and games.  KSA events are a way for students to learn about Korean […]

Hunter’s Vietnamese Student Association Hosts “Sip & DIY Nite”
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Hunter’s Vietnamese Student Association Hosts “Sip & DIY Nite”

The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) at Hunter College hosted a “Sip & DIY Nite” for students on Friday night. The “Sip & DIY Nite” brought together students from various backgrounds and gave them the opportunity to unleash their creativity while enjoying some refreshing iced tea with lychee syrup. “We like […]

All Candidates, No Students. A Hunter USG Event
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All Candidates, No Students. A Hunter USG Event

  Tons of chairs were set up for the event that took place on the 3rd floor of the West Building at Hunter College on Wednesday. The Undergraduate Student Government expected a large turnout for the “Meet the Candidates Forum/Debate” which featured candidates who were running for the 2023-2024 school […]

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

CUNY and Hunter College a Top Choice for Social Mobility and Affordable Tuition
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CUNY and Hunter College a Top Choice for Social Mobility and Affordable Tuition

Linh Nguyen is a first-generation City University of New York (CUNY) graduate who defied the odds and paved the way for her family to do the same. Before stepping foot in America, Nguyen had a tumultuous childhood in Vietnam (Nguyen has no relation to the author). Her primary responsibility was […]