NYPIRG Project Coordinator Tiffany Brown starting dialogue after "Big City Life," the Russian Today documentary on homelessness and food insecurity in New York. Photo by Brandon Jordan

NYPIRG examines homelessness and hunger in NYC

The New York Public Interest Research Group emphasized homelessness and hunger in an event on March 26, featuring a short documentary and discussion in Powdermaker Hall. The group elaborated on the significance of the two issue...
by Brandon Jordan
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Christopher Lo stands besides his piece, "Flow," that he said was inspired by his background.
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Student art on exhibit at Flushing Town Hall

An exhibit showcasing senior projects from Queens College’s Studio Art Senior Projects began on April 24 at Flushing Town Hall. The collection includes a variety of projects ranging from drawings, paintings, photographs, cera...
by Jorge Velez
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Justice and Liberty Symposium come to Queens College

On March 27th, the Philosophy Club and Students for Liberty co-hosted “The Symposium: On Justice & Liberty” at the Agora Café. The symposium served as a means for discussing the broad topics surrounding the theme of ju...
by Jorge Velez
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Lost transfer credits brings difficulty in achieving a bachelor’s degree

It is less likely for someone who went to a community college to continue and attain a bachelor’s degree, according to a study by the American Education Research Association. Students from Queensborough Community College ...
by Fernando Echeverri
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Club calls attention to women’s issues

A new theatre-based club presented their premiere production, “The Vagina Monologues,” on April 12, a play centered on different aspects of feminine experience. Jaime Zahl and Summer Medina, both Queens College juniors, fou...
by Charles Lester
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Carmella Marrone and an NYPD representative discuss sexual assault for Sexual Assault and Awareness month.
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Women and Work discusses sexual violence on college campuses

Last month, twenty-three Columbia University and Barnard College students filed a federal complaint that alleges violations of Title IX, Title II and the Clery Act by the college. For months now, students had been advocating fo...
by Amna Shams
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