Day: March 26, 2019

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OP-ED: Difficulties of mass transit in New York

Taking the bus or the subway can be a stressful event for many New Yorkers. New Yorkers are continually upset with the state of the Mass Transit Authority (MTA) and want improvements to make traveling hassle-free. However, these improvements come with a price. The MTA has been raising fares to help pay off its debt […]

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By the end of the Spring 2019 semester, Felix V. Matos Rodriguez will no longer hold his position as president of Queens College, but will be in charge of all CUNY as a chancellor. It is a shift that he does not take lightly, expressing his understanding that nearly 20 years of experience working within […]

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50 year landmark of Stonewall riots

Earlier this month Queens College’s Student Life Events Manager, John Carlson, hosted the Stonewall Panel Discussion, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Led by a panel of LGBTQ acitivists, the panel was a commemoration meant to reflect on the LGBTQ’s struggles to become recognized in the positive manner it deserves, and how […]

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QC Tech Incubator hosts first AI-search engine

Queens College’s Tech Incubator is the mini-Shark-Tank in Queens, a place for great minds to create projects and bring technological change. The QC Tech Incubator established itself as a resource for innovative thinkers, creators, and technologists since its foundation in 2016. The Incubator has become a hub for scientific experiments, technological tinkerings, and above all, […]

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QC alumni donates congressional papers

Queens College alumnus Joseph Crowley, ‘85, donated Congressional papers to the Benjamin S. Rosenthal library, in an effort to preserve an integral piece of history. The former Congressman signed the deed on Feb. 7th, 2019, at the college. The collection of papers span an extensive variety, ranging from “official correspondence,” to “legislative issues” and “planning […]

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QC’s 2019 career fair

Brought to you by the Center of Career Engagement and Internships and HireQC, the Career and Internship Fair here at Queens College on March 13th proved to be a crowded and popular event. Promoted across campus since the beginning of the spring semester, the fair intrigued students and visitors as an opportunity to seek early […]

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Princeton Review designates QC as “Best Value College”

This past January, the Princeton Review has designated Queens College as a “Best Value College” in its 2019 guide. The Princeton Review is a college admission services company that sells SAT and ACT study guides, access to tutoring resources and a series of guides outlining the most accomplished schools for a particular year in several […]

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