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Mexican Student Union with their attendees
Culture / Student Life

Mexican Student Union Educates Students About Cinco de Mayo’s Cultural History

As the spring semester comes to a close, the Mexican Student Union celebrated the concluding academic year by collaborating with the Undergraduate Student Government to present an informative lesson on the history of Cinco de Mayo. Despite the holiday’s importance in the U.S., Cinco de Mayo isn’t celebrated throughout Mexico. […]

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Undergraduate Student Government: 2023-2024 Year in Review

The Hunter Undergraduate Student Government (USG), a democratically elected, officially-recognized student organization, is responsible for the protection of the rights, welfare, and involvement of all undergraduate students at Hunter. This year has been one of the USG’s busiest; on top of typical student engagement activities and events, such as the […]

Students talking during a Spill Ur Guts session hosted by QSU.
Culture / Student Life

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 […]

Where’s the School Spirit?: Lack of Awareness Regarding Events Leads to Disconnect on Campus
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Where’s the School Spirit?: Lack of Awareness Regarding Events Leads to Disconnect on Campus

Hunter College students say the school’s hard-to-look-for events schedule is causing them to feel detached from their classmates on campus. With the school’s website severely outdated and walls covered in posters detailing past events, it’s no surprise that the community on campus feels nonexistent. However, despite what some may think, […]