Day: March 19, 2018

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Celebrating Diversity in Leadership: QC Welcomes First Openly Transgender U.S. Navy SEAL Kristin Beck

On March 7 during free hour, retired United States Navy SEAL Kristin Beck spoke to a crowd in the Summit Flex Space about her experiences as a transgender woman, with a message of inclusiveness and self-acceptance. Despite the inclement weather, the event had over 60 attendees. After an introduction by Veterans Club President Ricardo Acuna, […]

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This Week's Paper

NYPIRG Lobbies at Higher Education Day 2018

On February 28, Queens College’s New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) gathered in Albany, NY for the Higher Education Action Day, along with 19 other SUNY and CUNY schools, to meet with elected officials and share why affordable education is important and why it is a necessity to invest in opportunity programs. This year […]

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This Week's Paper

QC Provides Grant that Aids Students in Emergencies

Queens College students will now have access to emergency funds, through the Carroll and Milton Petrie Student Emergency Grant Fund. The fund was created to provide quick response emergency grants for students in good academic standing, who face current short term financial emergencies, and holds the goal to help students remain in school without interruption, […]

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This Week's Paper

Pack your Bags and Study Abroad with QC!

Traveling is something almost every person dreams of. One of the hidden opportunities CUNY Queens College offers, is the ability to travel and learn about a location as you study there. This is the beauty of the study abroad program. The study abroad program at QC offers an incredible variety of courses, ranging from studying […]

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QC Evening Readings: Valeria Luiselli Shines Light on a Different Perspective of Immigration

On the night of an impending snowstorm, students, faculty and Queens College alumni gathered together at the LeFrak Concert Hall to listen to award-winning Mexican author Valeria Luiselli read from her most recent book, “Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in 40 Questions.” As part of the Kupferberg Center for the Arts Evening Readings […]

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