Day: October 4, 2013

News

Projeto Morrinho comes to Queens College

As part of Queens College’s Year of Brazil initiative, Projeto Morrinho has come to Queens College to build a favela — a model of the QC community — in front of the Science Building. The elaborate project is funded by the Brazilian Ministry of Culture and will continue until September 19. Morrinho — translated from […]

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Construction on Remsen Hall brings inconvenience

Remsen Hall is currently undergoing renovations such as infrastructure improvements and electrical upgrades to bring the building up to date with more advanced technology. The construction on Remsen Hall, located between Razran Hall and the Science Building is visible from inside the building as well as on The Quad. During the construction period, required total […]

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College friends do not always equal friends for life

Friends made in college are friends made for life. On Aug. 28, troughs of incoming freshmen and transfer students went to Queens College for the first day of school. But many unseasoned and seasoned college students may have a difficult time in one pivotal aspect of college life: making friends. QC is a large campus […]

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Queens College ranked second for diversity

The Princeton Review ranked Queens College second for “race/class interaction,” in its 2014 edition of The Best 378 Colleges. Queens is one of the most diverse regions in the country, so it was no surprise when QC jumped from 11th place to second, this year. Queens has the second largest population of all five boroughs […]

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More food options available at Queens Hall

Avenue C, a self-service vending market, opened on Aug. 28, giving more food options to students and faculty of Queens Hall, according to Stephan Aiello, director of administrative services. Located in Queens Hall, Avenue C stocks 300 to 400 items, provides students with a wide variety of food — along with a coffee machine — […]

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Queens College learns from the Year of Brazil

Walking around Queens College, colorful posters and multicolored flags adorn the campus. That’s because this year, Brazil was chosen as part of QC’s Year of Initiative. To show the college’s dedication to global education, each year QC focuses on the diverse contributions of a specific country. During the 2010-2011 academic year, QC focused on China. […]

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Sports

For men’s soccer team, playoffs are the goal this season

After narrowly missing the East Coast Conference playoffs in their draw against New York Institute of Technology last season, the Queens College men’s soccer team hopes to achieve more this season. They are determined to reach the playoffs this season with as much work coming on and off the field. Head coach Carl Christian stated […]

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