Posts Tagged ‘CUNY’
 

 
 

A fiscal battle between the states and students

Share of state funding of total revenue for Queens College has fallen 28.1 percent in the past 25 years. The state is paying less and QC students are paying more, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. CUNY tuition has...
by Fernando Echeverri
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CUNY faculty disagree with CUNY Pathways

Judge Anil C. Singh of the New York State Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit in which faculty members at the City University of New York sought to stop the general-education curriculum, CUNY Pathways. “Pathways was initiated b...
by Stephanie Chukwuma
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DREAM Team advocates for the DREAM Act

Many young people in the United States face unique challenges in the classroom, but for Queens College student Lorena Carino, her problems seem to follow her wherever she goes. Carino, a 19-year-old sophomore, represents one of...
by Stephanie Chukwuma
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Graphic by Brandon Jordan

Business leaders prefer knowledge over college degree

One-third of business leaders agree, higher education prepares college students with skills to join their business, according to a 2013 Lumina Foundation and Gallup report released on Feb. 25. A business leader, as defined by t...
by Brandon Jordan
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CUNY living in “A Tale of Two Cities”

Mayor Bill de Blasio referenced “A Tale of Two Cities” at CUNY LaGuardia Community College for his State of the City address to describe the income inequality in New York City, this past February. Queens College is ...
by Brandon Jordan
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Board of trustees names new CUNY chancellor

On Jan. 15, the CUNY board of trustees appointed James B. Milliken as permanent chancellor for the university after six months with interim chancellor, William P. Kelly, following the resignation of Matthew Goldstein. Milliken...
by Courtney Obeng
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