Day: October 25, 2018

CERRU Column
Op-Eds

CERRU OP-ED: Tip of the Iceberg

On the couch, Gary lays sprawled out, a game controller in his hand, images from “Grand Theft Auto” flashing on the screen. Brooke, his girlfriend, is in the kitchen. She walks into the living room, and in a low voice filled with so many underlying emotions, she asks, “Gary, can you please help me do […]

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Arts & Entertainment
News
This Week's Paper

Multiculturalism: Embracing roots for cultural empowerment with Minué Yoshida

On October 3, Minué Yoshida, public speaker, author and founder of Yoshida Consulting, LLC, paid a visit to Queens College. She spoke about the significance of recognizing the importance of cultural diversity, taking strength from your own cultural traits and how her own experiences as a Japanese-Latin American have influenced her views on these topics […]

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News
This Week's Paper

QC’s Student Association VP runs for USS Vice Chair

University Student Senate, USS, is a CUNY organization composed of a student senate that represents all students CUNY-wide. The USS is comprised of delegates, alternates and a steering committee that together represents and advocates for over 500,000 CUNY students from 24 different CUNY campuses. The USS was founded in 1972 by QC alumnus, and vice […]

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News
This Week's Paper

The Excelsior Scholarship has Unforeseen Repercussions

New York State has made an attempt to combat the much-debated higher education affordability issue via the Excelsior Scholarship. On April 12th, 2017, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo approved the Excelsior Scholarship program. So, what is it? How does it work? There are a plethora of requirements and steps to follow to receive the […]

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Career Column
This Week's Paper

Weil Cornell Dean speaks about admissions process


Weill Cornell Medical College’s Dean of Admissions, Dr. Allison Smith, came to speak to Queens College students about what it takes to get into the renowned Ivy League medical school. She touched on a variety of things that are important to the profile of an applicant, ranging from the intensity of medical school to what […]

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This Week's Paper

Queens College students warm up to the effects of climate change

As the fall semester began, Queens College hosted speakers, exhibits and other events to celebrate “Climate Change Week,” coinciding with New York City’s annual “Climate Week.” From Sept. 24, 2018, to Sept. 28, 2018, Queens College displayed an exhibition named “Exploring Earth’s Secrets,” where students and other members of the community were able to interact […]

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The Price of Love: Black Student Union’s Dating Bids Fundraiser

You can’t put a price on love, but on Oct. 4, the Black Student Union attempted to. The Black Student Union held their Dating Bids Fundraiser, which encouraged people to bid for love to raise money for the club. A select group of people were chosen for bidding, and from 6 to 9 PM in […]

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