Day: March 2, 2018

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25 Years of Pride in Queens

  By Ameila Inderjeit & Zabrina Mohamed The Queens Pride Parade will celebrate its 25th anniversary in June, as it continues to honor the evolution of  the LGBTQ+ community. Mea upnwhile, members of the QC community have created a number of projects over the past year that celebrate its advancements on campus. The parade, which […]

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QC’s Inter Greek Council Presents: Meet the Greeks

On February 20, the Queen’s College Inter-Greek Council hosted its semi-annual “Meet the Greeks” event, in which Greek organizations were able to showcase their respective fraternity or sorority through tabling and speaking to the crowd. The Greek organizations featured were: Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA), Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi), Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE), Lambda Pi Upsilon, […]

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Radical Empathy: An (Un)complicated Act

  “It’s complicated!” So opens the film “Wrestling Jerusalem,” a line shouted in frustration by the sole actor, Aaron Davidman. That’s right, you read correctly, Aaron is the only actor in “Wrestling Jerusalem,” but by no means is he the only character. Before the film is over, his face will reflect many other faces, and […]

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Kaplan’s “Prep for the Win” Breaks Down the GRE

Queens College Students who plan to apply to graduate school can get a heads-up on the Graduate Record Exam by taking the online course “Prep for the Win,” according to Christina Cover, a representative of Kaplan Test Prep, which offers a variety of test prep courses. Cover touted the course at a recent presentation on […]

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NABA Presents: Black History, Not Just a Month

At its first annual black history banquet on Feb. 15, the QC chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants highlighted the accomplishments of African-Americans throughout history. The event stressed the importance of celebrating black history year round, and not just in February. Led by NABA president Bensky Belizaire and Vice President Edem Ekpe, the […]

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The “First” of Many, Katrina Adams Comes to QC

Katrina Adams, CEO of the United States Tennis Association, came to Queens College to speak for Black History Month. She was introduced by QC President Felix Matos Rodriguez, who named her many accomplishments, Adams being the first black CEO of the Tennis Association, youngest CEO, and the first person who previously played Tennis to achieve […]

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QC’s Asian Students In Action club Creates Strong Ties

Asian Students In Action is a cultural club at Queens College. Formerly known as the Chinese Student Association, ASIA has made steady progress towards including all of the Asian students on campus. The club took the initiative to change their name, in an effort to increase the level of social cohesion at QC. Mabel Tom […]

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