Day: September 17, 2014

News

New president adjusts to a life on campus

New Queens College President Felix Matos Rodriguez attempted to decorate his office in Queens Hall. However, he attended events throughout campus over the past few weeks since his appointment. From welcoming incoming residents in The Summit to speaking with incoming faculty members, the number of events Rodriguez appeared at is still growing in order to […]

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Sports

High aspirations for the men’s soccer team

The Queens College men’s soccer team will begin their season this month in hopes of making it to the East Coast Conference playoffs. With last year’s leading scorer, Glen Reid, returning and an experienced backfield of three upperclassmen, the Knights are currently working towards improving on their sixth place finish last year. “One of the […]

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Fresh faces and strong determination for Queens College women’s soccer team

Every year is the chance for a team to start over with a new season. They are given the opportunity to discover different ways to be successful. Finishing last year with a 10-4-4 season, the Queens College women’s soccer team is off to a solid 1-2-1 start. With more than half of their team being […]

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Sports

Volleyball season off to a sizzling start

Bouncing back from a rough season can be a tough task for any team. The mental and physical draining a team endures during the long season can be daunting. Queens College’s women’s volleyball looks to leave the results of last season in the past. They embark on this new season with a clear state of […]

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Queens College gets new shuttle buses

Just last semester, Student Association and Student Life worked hard to get 2,000 signatures for the shuttle bus initiative to make the life of commuter students a little. On the first day of school, Queens College introduced their new shuttle buses to the public. Now, instead of waiting for the MTA buses, students also have the option […]

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Queens College celebrates the Year of South Africa

This year, as part of The Year of Country Program, Queens College chose to celebrate the Year of South Africa. To show QC’s dedication to global education, each year QC focuses on the diverse contributions of a specific country. During the 2012-2013 academic year, QC focused on India. For the 2013-2014 academic year, QC learned more about Brazil. […]

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A $2 million renovation for the laboratories in Remsen Hall

On July 18, State Senator Tony Avella presented Interim President Evangelos Gizis with a $2 million grant to enable renovations of chemistry labs in Remsen Hall. On his tour around Remsen, Avella immediately realized that work needed to be done. On referring to one of the labs, he said “it is, unfortunately, very clear that this research […]

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