Author: Aryeh Gelfand

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TAMID chapter brings business opportunities to students

The TAMID chapter at Queens College is in its second year and continues to provide real-world business experience to students. The club is open to all applicants and, if accepted, students are given the opportunity to interface with Israeli-based start-ups seeking entry into the United States consumer market. Members of TAMID gain access to a […]

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“Shark Tank” event comes to QC

TAMID at Queens College is going to host their second annual TAMID Tank in the Goldstein Theatre on May 11 at 6:00 p.m. This event, featuring Kevin Harrington of ABC’s hit show Shark Tank, gives three New York based student-run startups the opportunity to pitch their companies to the “sharks” for a shot at $100,000 […]

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English Professor lives a fairytale life

Most kids dream of growing up in the world of fairy tales, but Veronica Schanoes, an English professor at Queens College, figured out how to do it for real. Schanoes wrote her own adaptations of classic folk and fairy tales. In her short story, “Ballroom Blitz,” she sets the classic tale “The Twelve Dancing Princesses” […]

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Meet Uche Nduka, a professor connecting art and life

From the time Uche Nduka grew up in Nigeria, he always felt imaginative. This, along with an appetite for literature, led him toward a career in writing. Now he is an English professor at Queens College and believes an artist’s life should reflect his work. “From the moment I wake up in the morning, I […]

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“Year of South Africa” panel sheds light on the fight against apartheid

A group of students and community members gathered on Feb. 23 at the Godwin-Ternbach Museum to talk about apartheid from a variety of perspectives. The gathering was part of the “Year of South Africa” at Queens College. It is part of a series of events surrounding the current exhibition at the museum, “The Collection of Violet and […]

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