Day: November 3, 2014

News

Queens College’s Kitchen Truck off to a fiery start

The idea of grabbing something “on the go” has been an ongoing trend in the food industry. College students are obvious targets for this market. Rushing between classes, work and extra-curricular activities, students don’t have time to wait in the cafeteria or go off campus to find food. Taking this into consideration, The Kitchen Truck has brought this […]

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Arts & Entertainment

English Professor releases two books on the Beat Generation

Queens College Professor John Tytell taught English and literature for more than 50 years. He recently released two new books titled “Writing Beat and Other Occasions of Literary Mayhem” and “The Beat Interviews,” which both examine legendary writers of the Beat Generation. Tytell discovered the works by Beat Generation writers while in college and was […]

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Arts & Entertainment

“Our House” contemplates the evil of television

How far is one willing to go for their five minutes of fame? This question is answered in the dark comedy “Our House,” presented by Queens College’s Drama, Theatre, and Dance Department. The show, written by Theresa Rhebeck, was held in the small performance room in Rathaus Hall, which gave the piece an intimate feeling. […]

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News

Rupert Isaacson discusses horse therapy and its effect on autism

The Committee for Disabled Students presented “Autism and Healing with Rupert Isaacson” on October 29 in Rosenthal Library. The presentation served as a means to discuss the healing effects horses have on families with autism. Rupert Isaacson, the author of “The Horse Boy,” discussed the challenges he faced when his son Rowan was diagnosed with […]

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