Author: Erica Lane

Arts & Entertainment

All’s Well that Ends Well

The Queens College Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance concluded their 2013-2014 season with a revamped production of William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well that Ends Well,” the week of April 2. The play follows the story of lovelorn orphan Helena, played by Rina Dutta, whose heart belongs to the Count Bertram, played by Christopher Guevara. However, […]

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Urban Survival comes to QC

In the fall of 2013, during a class debate, Prof. Stephanie Wakefield and her urban environment class struck an idea. The topic was the Anthropocene, or the world’s new geological epoch in which humans see themselves as the center of the planet. “From Hurricane Sandy to the more generalized urban anxiety, we saw that we […]

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Hang ups cause students to stay in school longer

Students are choosing to stay an extra semester, year or even two years at Queens College; longer than the expected four years it usually takes to obtain a degree. Part of the reason for the extended stay is that students are part of the last group to choose classes during registration and then have to […]

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Curry Kitchen opens at QC Dining Hall

On Sept. 9, students were able to access new selections of food on the Midway Court side of the cafeteria. On the kosher side of the café, next to the Dairy Stop provides a new station called The Curry Kitchen, which sells Indian food and halal meat.  Another new selection, The Wicked Spoon/ Starbucks, holds […]

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Construction on Remsen Hall brings inconvenience

Remsen Hall is currently undergoing renovations such as infrastructure improvements and electrical upgrades to bring the building up to date with more advanced technology. The construction on Remsen Hall, located between Razran Hall and the Science Building is visible from inside the building as well as on The Quad. During the construction period, required total […]

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