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“The Empress of Soul” performs at Colden Auditorium

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Candice Samuels

Gladys Knight performed in front of a packed audience on Nov. 7 in Colden Auditorium. A seven-time Grammy winner with over 40 years in the music industry, Knight played her hits ranging from genres including pop, gospel and adult contemporary. Born in Atlanta, Knight began performing gospel music at age four in the Mount Mariah […]

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Club Spotlight: I AM THAT GIRL starts a new chapter at QC

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Candice Samuels

IAMTHATGIRL, a national non-profit organization, was founded in 2008 by Alexis Jones and co-founder Emily Greener to address the growing need for community amongst girls and young women by helping to build self-esteem and realize their full potential. This semester Queens College students started their own chapter of IATG. President Monica Roman, a junior studying […]

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A marvelous time to be a comic book fan

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Albert Roman

Comic books have been around since the 1920s when many iconic characters were created such as Batman, Captain America and Spiderman. Hollywood continues to have a unique relationship with these characters through film and television. The two biggest comic book publishers, Marvel and DC, have been splitting fans for years. When live-action movies based on […]

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Queens College student climbs to new heights in Israel

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Jaime Zahl

Studying abroad has become a rite of passage for many college students in recent years. Between discovering historical cities and tasting exotic cuisine, it can become an adventure of a lifetime. QC student Lisa Darrigo is currently studying abroad in Israel for the entirety of the fall semester. On Sept. 11 she hopped on a […]

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Brooklyn Museum explores the art of high-heeled shoes

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Candice Samuels

A shoe lover’s dream is brought to life at The Brooklyn Museum’s “Killer Heels” exhibition. From the high platform Chopines of 16th century Italy to the glamorous stilettos on today’s runways, the exhibition looks at the high-heeled shoe’s diverse history and its lasting place in popular culture. “Killer Heels” explores fashion’s most alluring accessory. Loved […]

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