Posts Tagged ‘Student Union’

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From left to right: School Certifying Official for Veteran Student Services Lorraine Rosenfeld, retired Colonel Gregory Gadson, Veterans Outreach Specialist Dennis Torres and Executive Director of Student Life John Andrejack

Retired Army officer speaks to students about overcoming obstacles

The New York Giants faced the Washington Redskins, their rivals, in the third week of the 2007-2008 season. Before the game, retired Army colonel Gregory Gadson, invited by a former West Point classmate, spoke to them about h...
by Phil Vallone

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Students were able to partake in yummy delights while providing donations to the American Cancer Society as part of the day's events.

Success comes to event highlighting breast cancer awareness

Queens College students and clubs helped organize an event to raise awareness on breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Week. Students gathered in front of the Student Union on Oct. 15 surrounded by a pink storm of t-shir...
by Yarah Shabana

New director of dining services, Owen Ranft, has implemented four new options in the Student Union. 
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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


Starting April 1, free printing will be available in the Rosenthal library
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Free printing is back on campus

This is not an April Fools’ joke. Starting April 1, there will be free printing in the Rosenthal Library. “The plan is that students are going to be able to print at the library on all six floors, for free and that would be...
by Andrea Hardalo

The Curry Kitchen replaces the Chinese and Japanese vendor

Curry Kitchen opens at QC Dining Hall

On Sept. 9, students were able to access new selections of food on the Midway Court side of the cafeteria. On the kosher side of the café, next to the Dairy Stop provides a new station called The Curry Kitchen, which sells Ind...
by Erica Lane



Queens College: A History Series — Student Union: Then and Now

By Monica Palermo News Reporter In the far corner of the campus, facing Kissena Blvd, stands the Student Union; a place for students to gather, eat and relax with their friends between classes. This was the purpose conceived by...
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Student Gov’t Disparity

By Melanie Bencosme Columnist Queens College student government elections scream that the campus desperately needs a change, in election results and in student association, but every year it remains the same. With a school of c...
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Jenn Jarvis Revokes GLASA's Lock, Despite Unresolved Hate Crime

Fred Magovern Staff Reporter Jennifer Jarvis, executive director of student development, has revoked the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Alliance’s ability to lock their door, despite having previously authorized it in response to ...
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NYPIRG Fee Strains Students' First Amendment Rights

Robert Rosengarten Staff Reporter In its quest to improve consumer protection by uncovering unfair and deceptive business practices, the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) may have left one stone unturned – ...
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The Silent Refund

Robert Rosengarten Staff Reporter Since 1999, NYPIRG has failed to make its annual “Review of Activ- ities” report for Queens College ac- cessible to Queens College students. The documents were consistently misplaced in the...
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Discovering QC: A Historical Series

Monica Palermo Staff Writer Students from every walk of life attend Queens College eager to learn and get one step closer to fulfilling their dreams, yet many never think about how QC went from being a borough’s dream to a re...
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