Posts Tagged ‘CUNY’


Op-Ed: CUNY Board of Trustees Set to Eliminate Your Right

The Board of Trustees of the City University of New York, despite continuous opposition from elected student leaders, is set to strip students of a fundamental right: the right to remain silent without the assumption of guilt d...
by Lucas Almonte


Queens College joins CUNY 2020 program’s investment plans

An economy bouncing back is ripe for investments; the CUNY 2020 program incentivizes the colleges to create economically stimulating ideas and compete with other CUNY schools. CUNY 2020 is a “Challenge Grant Program” that p...
by Fernando Echeverri


Hey CUNY What About Us?

The number of students attending CUNY schools is growing to such high numbers that CUNY officials announced enrollment this year was the highest ever recorded. This is great news, right? More students attending CUNY means more ...
by Albert Roman



Investments in QC improving resources for students

New York State made a large investment into all public universities for their 2014-2015 budget, adding over $3.2 billion in overall funding to CUNY, according to the CUNY 2014-15 State Adopted Budget Preliminary Analysis. From ...
by Fernando Echeverri


Chancellor meets with Queens College community on CUNY tour

CUNY Chancellor James Milliken visited QC on Aug. 5 to speak with members of the community. Milliken spoke in The Summit Flex Space with people about their background, particularly what QC meant to them and their suggestions fo...
by Brandon Jordan


The failure of CUNYfirst on the first day of classes affected students accessing their schedule and financial aid. 

Main system crashes on first day

On the first day of the fall semester, CUNYfirst crashed, preventing students from performing various academic activities. CUNYfirst, which stands for City University of New York Fully Integrated Resources and Services Tool, is...
by Zevi Chabus