Day: February 13, 2018

Op-Eds
This Week's Paper

CERRU’s Lunchtime 2.0 – #MeToo

There’s a meme making the rounds on the internet of a guy standing on a beach, staring out at the wide expanse of ocean before him. He looks deep in thought, perhaps contemplating the nature of the soul, or reminiscing about a lost love. But the caption reads: “Me overthinking how I said ‘here’ during […]

Read More
News

New Semester, Same Old Questions – How Am I Going to Afford My Degree?

A new semester starts, but many of the same questions about how to afford a college degree remain.  For too many students, college is still far from free. Between rising tuition and fees, mounting textbook prices, rent, food, transit, and even child care expenses, Queens College students deserve a break! Flat state funding has left […]

Read More
Arts & Entertainment
This Week's Paper

#GrammysSoSexist

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards, an award show that celebrates the best musicians and songwriters have to offer, occurred on January 28, 2018. Bruno Mars brought home the most awards, including the prestigious Album of the Year for “24k Magic” with Kendrick Lamar and five awards for his “DAMN” album. Other winners included Childish Gambino, […]

Read More
This Week's Paper
World News

Turkey, Syria, and the United States: What You Need to Know

For far too long Syria has been enduring a civil war that seems to have no end. The current events have created one of the worst humanitarian disasters seen in the past few years. Recent developments have the international community focusing on how the growing interests of foreign powers in Syria are now interfering with […]

Read More
News
This Week's Paper

Modern Therapy Makes Self-Care a Little Bit Easier

Today there are various websites, services, and products geared toward health and wellness. One health and wellness treatment that is on the rise is Modern Therapy. Modern Therapy is a mental health program that provides clinical mental health treatment via email, text, phone, and video sessions. This service has connections with other new health-technology companies […]

Read More
Arts & Entertainment
This Week's Paper

Godwin-Ternbach Museum Introduces Waging Peace: 100 Years of Action Exhibit

The exhibition titled “Waging Peace: 100 Years of Action,” opened on Feb. 1 in the Queens College Godwin-Ternbach Museum. This traveling exhibition will be on display at the museum until March 17 and was organized in 2015 by the American Friends Service Committee, a not-for-profit Quaker organization. Historical artifacts such as posters, lithographs, letters, videos […]

Read More
Arts & Entertainment

The Cloverfield Paradox

So I was all ready to make a review of “End of the F**cking World” when all of a sudden on Super Bowl Sunday, Netflix went ahead and dropped the third installment in the Cloverfield film series, “The Cloverfield Paradox.” The Cloverfield franchise has always had unusual methods of advertising their films: not putting a […]

Read More