Day: February 14, 2018

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SAEF allocations give clubs up to $12,500 for the school year thus far

The Student Association gives student organizations thousands of dollars each year to fund on-campus events, but how it determines who gets what remains shrouded in mystery, and certain clubs appear to be favored over others.   Student Association Event Funding is designed to support registered student organization (RSO) events on campus. The funds are in […]

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SA “targeted” Guyanese Student Association club room

On January 29 members of the Queens College Guyanese Student Association learned that the Student Association Space Committee planned to strip it of its club room in the Student Union Building without notifying them. But the club fought the move and won a reprieve until at least next fall. On January 26 the SA space […]

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Op-Ed: Project START

Project START is a nonprofit organization that exists at multiple undergraduate and graduate schools. Our initiative is to spark a science interest in fourth grade students through fun and interactive science experiments. Our program currently runs at one school, and it is working phenomenally. We taught four classes this past fall semester and are completing […]

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Inside Student Senate at Queens College

Staff members of student affairs are not attending, but it’s not a requirement, it’s more of—it’s nice to have them there for references” Jennifer Fernandez said, as another Student Senate meeting began on January 23, 2018. The meeting was the most recent of four student senate meetings held for the Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Fiscal Year, […]

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Protest into Power: The Second Annual Women’s March

“Beautiful weather all over the country, a perfect day for all women to march,” read President Trump’s tweet on January 20th, exactly one year since his inauguration and, as he aptly noted, the 2018 Women’s March. Starting out as a single protest in Washington D.C and slowly gaining traction in major cities across the country, […]

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President Trump’s State of the Union: A Review

On Tuesday, Jan. 30, President Donald Trump gave his highly anticipated first State of the Union speech. With a pin of the American flag and a democratic blue tie, Trump calmly addressed the nation in the chamber of the House of Representatives. Flanked by Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, […]

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Queens College named best value college for teaching degrees in New York State

On January 23, 2018, Queens College was named one of the top 20 best value colleges for teaching degrees. The ranking process consisted of acceptance rates, program popularity, breadth of programs, retention rates, and net price. Queens College offers 97 registered programs that give future teachers the building blocks to be successful. Queens College student, […]

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