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Until Nov. 1, Queens College students can go view the exhibits of Andy Warhol in Klapper Hall.
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Andy Warhol’s Pop art now at Godwin-Ternbach Museum

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Randi Gutbrod

Surrender to the vibrant and electric colors of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, and perhaps the most celebrated artist in America’s history. With its walls boldly painted yellow, blue, and purple for the occasion, the Godwin-Ternbach Museum is currently featuring the work of Andy Warhol in the exhibition “Andy Warhol’s […]

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Queens College students are presented with this screen when starting the Haven training program.
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Students required to complete online life skills training program

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Jaime Zahl

Queens College students received an email this month from the Office of the Vice President of Student affairs stating they must complete an online training program in 10 days or a hold will be placed on their account. Topics of the training program included alcohol abuse prevention, sexual assault awareness, relationship violence and other relevant […]

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Faculty and staff demonstrated at a board of trustees meeting on Sept. 29 for a new contract. 
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Professors hope for a contract amid negotiations

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Brandon Jordan

With New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio agreeing on new contracts with city unions, professors in CUNY wonder when they are able to work out an agreement. Since no progress was made under former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his administration, professors and staff members are working based on the expired agreement. The last contract […]

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Michael Cohen, a former Queens College graduate, spoke to students about the lessons from his career and gave advice on what students should do.
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Emmy Award winning alumni returns to inspire

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Albert Roman

On Sept. 29, Michael Cohen, a Queens College alum, returned to educate students on careers in the sports broadcasting field. Cohen grew up in Kew Gardens, N.Y. and attended Hillcrest High School before attending QC. While attending high school, he took part in an internship with NBC in their news division. It was there that […]

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Economics is one of the majors where graduates can potentially make over $1 million in a lifetime.
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Report proves the value of a college education

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Deborah Watman

To all students questioning the value of their college degree, rest assured. It is projected that a college degree will reward a salary double that of a high school graduate. However, the value of a chosen major varies. Last month, The Hamilton Project, a think-tank, published a comprehensive report outlining the economic rewards of 80 […]

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