Posts Tagged ‘Queens College’
 

 
Christopher Lo stands besides his piece, "Flow," that he said was inspired by his background.
Photo by Brandon Jordan

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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Small attendance sports games do not affect QC athletes

For some, college sports are seen as more important than professional sports because college athletes have a determined game that is not motivated by money. The NCAA Tournament is even called March Madness for the excitement it...
by Albert Roman
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English Professor Richard McCoy received distinguished professor title by the CUNY board of trustees. He is just the 14th QC professor to do this.
Photo courtesy of Maria Matteo

English Professor named QC’s 14th distinguished professor

Richard McCoy would recite speeches from Shakespeare’s “King Lear”throughout the halls of his high school in San Francisco Bay, California, knowing that one day he would teach. Now a prominent English professor specializi...
by Tamar Weinstein
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The New York State Pavilion was built for the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Photo by Brandon Jordan

Pavilion still holds significant 50 years later

The New York State Pavilion is a recognizable landmark in Flushing-Meadows Corona Park in Queens. However, its presence drew debate on what should be done to the site with solutions ranging from demolition to re-investment. Con...
by Brandon Jordan
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New director of dining services, Owen Ranft, has implemented four new options in the Student Union. 
Photo by Melissa Rauch

Dining Services gets a new director

Owen Ranft has taken on the role of director of dining services, having already made some changes to food offered in the Student Union. Four new options have been introduced since his arrival in February, including Sono, Chi Th...
by Charles Lester
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Companies like Kyocera, the Japanese electronic company, has used Powdermaker Hall, for example, to use pictures for its employee seminars.
Photo courtesy by Dale Naussbaum

Entrepreneurial department adds money and recognition to QC

In light of reduced state funding for Queens College, the administration has sought innovative ways to increase revenue, specifically renting out space all around campus, which was established under former President James Muysk...
by Fernando Echeverri
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