Posts Tagged ‘NYPIRG’
 

 
NYPIRG environmental project coordinator Gabe Recchio speaking on the effects of hydrofracking

As New York debates hydrofracking, NYPIRG raises awareness

The New York Public Interest Research Group discussed problems surrounding hydrofracking in the United States with Queens College students on Dec. 9. Entitled “What the Frack?” the event aimed to raise awareness amo...
by Brandon Jordan
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Cuomo is a no show at fracking protest

Elaborate costumes, catchy signs and an environmental cause joined hundreds of protestors together at Hudson River Park to give Gov. Andrew Cuomo a clear message: “Ban Fracking Now!” Unfortunately, Cuomo wasn’t around to ...
by Stephanie Chukwuma
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Queens College DREAM Team advocates the DREAM Act

The Queens College DREAM Team hosted an event along with the New York Public Interest Research Group and the New York State Youth Leadership Council on Sept.17 to “reach out to the undocumented students on campus and start a ...
by Alex Dediashvili
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Broken machines are a concern at the 2013 primary elections

Voters from all over New York showed their concern for broken voter machines on Sept. 10, during the 2013 primary elections. Residents of Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and Queens called in to New York Public Interes...
by Stephanie Chukwuma
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Experience and Action Defines NYPIRG Members in Albany

The New York Public Interest Research Group at Queens College and other students and NYPIRG members from across CUNY, marched to Albany on March 12 for Higher Education Action Day, where they discussed education with politician...
by Brandon Jordan
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Students hold signs to raise awareness about Hydrofracking urging students to petition Cuomo to stop drilling in upstate NY. PHOTO BY STEPHANIE CHUKWUMA.

Students Do the Harlem Shake

The Harlem Shake, a viral internet sensation featuring, for the first 15 or so seconds, a lone– often masked– individual dancing and then a group joining in. Groups of people have been recreating this internet sensa...
by Aliza Chasan
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