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During elections week, there were allegations of members erasing the tags of other parties

SFC win overshadowed by dishonorable election conduct

A mild morning on the vibrant, green lawn of the quad turned into turmoil when classes resumed on April 13 as members of the Independent Alliance and Students for Change confronted one another about each party’s allegedly dir...
by Jaime Zahl
 

 
 
A list of the top 15 fossil fuel companies CUNY invests in, courtesy of FOIA records provided by CUNY Private Prison Divest. As a note to the reader, Petrobras appears twice in the record with $23,600 as another separate investment.

CUNY invests nearly $5 million in fossil fuel companies

CUNY invested more than $4.9 million last year in fossil fuel companies such as ExxonMobil, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell, according to documents provided by CUNY Prison Divest obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. C...
by Fernando Echeverri and Brandon Jordan
 

 
 
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Comedian Ted Alexandro opens up about life as a comedian

By Alexander Hugel Queens College is known as the alma mater of some of the funniest men in comedy such as the legendary Jerry Seinfeld and Ray Ramono, but it was also the old stomping ground of lesser known comedian Ted Alexan...
by Guest Contributor
 

 

 
Photo courtesy of Randal Olson

Students unable to work a full-time job and pay tuition, data finds

The average full-time student needs to work more than 900 hours to pay for one year of tuition and fees. In 1979, for the same person, only 182 hours were needed. Randal Olson, a graduate research assistant at Michigan State Un...
by Brandon Jordan
 

 
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New York Times journalist speaks about ‘stop and frisk’

Jim Dwyer, a journalist with The New York Times, spoke in front of an audience of 45 people about “stop and frisk” on April 15. Dwyer joined The New York Times in 2001 following a career where he won two Pulitzer Prizes, pr...
by Emily December
 

 

 
 

Queens College President Joins the 2015 Class of Aspen Institute Ascend Fellows

QC President Felix V. Matos Rodriguez was chosen to participate in the Aspen Institute Ascend Fellowship. The Ascend Fellowship was launched in 2011 with its primary mission of combating intergenerational poverty using a two-ge...
by Oyinkansola Falana
 

 

 
 


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