Author: Ashley Joseph

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How a better busway will help save Jamaica Avenue

Jamaica Avenue is a key commercial corridor to the neighborhood and region of Jamaica, Queens. Commonly known as The Ave. by residents and people who frequent the area, it is lined with small, locally owned shops, restaurants and corporate-owned stores. These businesses sell a variety of goods to shoppers from across the region. What makes […]

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Bonjour: An in-depth look into the QC French Club

Bonjour! Are you looking for a club that is diverse, culturally immersive and is connected to helpful resources regarding studying abroad, learning the French language and learning about French and francophone culture? Then French and Francophone Club is the right club for you that will open many doors for you once you join.  The members […]

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CDS Mission: Nothing is Impossible

COn April 8, the Committee for Disabled Students (CDS) held a momentous event called “Nothing is Impossible.” The exhibition was held in the gallery on the sixth floor of the Benjamin Rosenthal Library, displaying many different pictures of those with residual limbs persevering and doing what they love in spite of having a disability. CDS […]

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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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