Author: Dominic Avallone

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OP-ED: The Gift(ed) That Keeps On Taking

Specialized schools are quite common for those who live in New York City. Many of these schools serve to acknowledge students’ natural talents, ranging from music and art, to math and science. At first glance that seems like a wonderful thing for many living in New York, but Mayor de Blasio has a different outlook, […]

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Credit: New York Times Caption: The spire of the Notre Dame Cathedral burning.
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The City of Lights with a Cathedral in Flames

On April 15th, 2019, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France went up in flames. The cathedral served as a prominent symbol of France for a little over 850 years, and the people of Paris were devastated to see the iconic building become engulfed in flames. Thankfully, the fire didn’t destroy the whole cathedral, but […]

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Queens chocolate festival sweetens up QC

On March 24th, Queens College hosted the Chocolate Festival in the Fitzgerald Gymnasium. I had the pleasure of attending and checking out the festival. The entire gymnasium was filled with people rushing to and fro, from one stand to the next. Despite the affair being called a chocolate festival, there were some savory-oriented stands that […]

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Priests confess their sins

For years the Catholic Church’s views on homosexuality have been ambiguous. While there are many radicals that swear by the Bible and how “homosexuality is a sin,” the actual views from the Church are more complex. They recognize that homosexuals exist, yet they are against gay marriage. This belief held by the Catholic Church is […]

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A Bittersweet Ending?

Holidays have always been a time of year where everyone can pig out on indulgent foods and sugary treats. Whether it’s having some hot cocoa and candy canes during Christmas, jelly beans during Easter, or trying to find your favorite candy in a huge pile of other treats during Halloween, candy has found a way […]

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Arts & Entertainment

A Bittersweet Ending?

Holidays have always been a time of year where everyone can pig out on indulgent foods and sugary treats. Whether it’s having some hot cocoa and candy canes during Christmas, jelly beans during Easter, or trying to find your favorite candy in a huge pile of other treats during Halloween, candy has found a way […]

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Arts & Entertainment

An Inside Look: Egypt’s Legends Told through Textiles

The Godwin-Ternbach Museum came out with it’s newest exquisite exhibition titled “From From The Desert To The City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles,” located right on campus in Klapper Hall. Free of charge and open to anyone who ventures into Klapper Hall, the museum itself covers two floors within the building, with each floor […]

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