Day: April 20, 2017

News

Students For Change plan to continue its legacy in office

As election season approaches on campus, current Queens College Student Association President Japneet Singh will be running for reelection, along with his administration, Students for Change. Singh points to the success of his team over the past year as the reason they deserve reelection. “Although SFC has been in power for 5 years, our administration alone […]

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QC wins first and second in coding competition

Queens College took first and second place in the first-ever statewide “Making College Possible Coding Challenge.” The judging took place at the Facebook New York office where the finalists pitched their prototypes to a panel of judges which consisted of New York’s business and technology leaders. Queens College was the only college to have two […]

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QC students introduce Forward Nation Radio

Forward Nation Radio, Queens College’s progressive political talk show, is taking the campus by storm, and has no intention of stopping there. The show features the most up to date political event coverage along with fiery discussions about policies that directly affect the “average” American. Damian Hardeen, a senior media studies major, created the show […]

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Virginia Frese Palmer conference addresses women and policing

On Monday, March 20, the Queens College Women and Gender Studies program presented the Virginia Frese Palmer conference on the fourth floor of the Student Union. In honor of Women’s History Month, the conference focused on women and policing, including discussion about the injustices of improper policing as well as women in law enforcement working […]

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NYPIRG and SA lobby in Albany for higher education affordability

Every spring semester, hundreds of CUNY and SUNY students from different corners of New York travel to the State Capitol for Higher Education Action Day. It’s a day dedicated for students to share their desire for higher education affordability, a cornerstone of the New York Public Interest Research Group’s agenda. NYPIRG, along with other CUNY […]

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Philosophy Club hosts symposium on freedom at Q-side lounge

On March 16, the Queens College Philosophy Club co-sponsored with Student Organization for Democratic Alternatives and the Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding for a symposium to explore and discuss the notion of freedom. The event took place at the Q-side lounge for an evening of food, conversation and philosophical discussion with Queens College […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Lopate brothers discuss family history at Evening Reading

On March 21, in LeFrak Concert Hall, two brothers reminisced on their childhood and their mother. At the final QC evening reading for the 2016-2017 academic school year, Leonard Lopate interviewed his brother, Phillip Lopate, who recently released a tell all story about his mother, “A Mother’s Tale.” Lopate is the director and a professor of […]

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