Day: May 17, 2017

News

Reelected president hopes to improve QC

Queens College Student Association President, Japneet Singh, along with his administration, Students for Change, won the student election, gaining a sixth year in office. Japneet Singh, a senior majoring in accounting, economics, finance, and international business, will serve as the president of the Queens College Student Association. This is Singh’s second time serving in office. […]

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QC Annual Gala Honors Fran Drescher, Evelyn M. Strauch and Muriel Sapir

On May 3rd, 2017, Queens College held its annual Gala at Gustavino’s on East 59th Street in Manhattan. This year’s Gala honored three women whose work has enriched the arts, education and community revitalization, and philanthropy. In a celebration that coincided with the college’s 80th anniversary, Emmy nominated-actress, author and advocate for cancer awareness, Fran […]

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CDS Reflects Back on Successful 2016-2017 Year

As the Spring 2017 semester comes to a close, the Committee for Disabled Students reflect back on another successful year of events and activism on campus. The committee was founded in 1972 and was the first resource on campus for students with disabilities. Originally serving only these students, CDS later expanded to include all registered […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Guardians of the Galaxy Film Review

Marvel has done it again. They have made me shed tears over characters with the most ridiculous names. But that was the strength of the first Guardians of the Galaxy film, emotion and pathos in the most unlikely of places, in this case two green aliens, a tree, a raccoon and a guy named Star […]

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Achievement gap enhances academic performance among students

Last week The New York Times featured a Snapchat story titled “The Achievement Gap.” The story spoke of students who took gap years in their college career, saying that students who do so tend to get better grades in college and “find more satisfying work afterward.” “The Achievement Gap” Snapchat story was based off of […]

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Celebrating Diversity in Leadership

Diversity in leadership is equal to breaking stereotypes in a society where certain group of people tend to dominate whether it’s in business, educational fields, or the army. It’s a moment to be proud of when people of all different kinds of race and background are welcomed. Queens College experienced a moment like this when […]

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Israel Student Association Hosts Israel Fest

Queens College students hosted Israel Fest 2017 on May 8th on the quad. Israel Student Association (ISA) board members planned a day full of activities, food, music, and learning for QC students. The atmosphere was filled with excitement, music, dancing, and a live camel. Bailey Herzfled, a sophomore at Queens College, mentioned how the camel […]

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