• Credit: ALPFA Caption: The members of ALPFA stand together to celebrate their club.

    ALPFA: Shaping Futures One Deal at a Time

    In the Student Union of Queens College, a college of diversity of different nationalities, lives the Association of Latino Professional for America, an organization that is dedicated to developing future professionals. ALPFA is more than a club that meets during the Free Hour; it is an association that strives to build up and prepare students of color for the business and corporate aspect of America. It may be named “Association of Latino Professional for America”, but the club welcomes students of different nationalities interested in studying in the business/accounting field. The mission of this club is met through the organization of such events as networking and social expos, business trips…

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    Stars caught in college admissions scandal

    “[This is the] largest admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice …,” said Boston’s United States attorney Andrew Lelling. According to the Washington Post, 50 people nationwide have been caught illegally getting their children into college one way or another. College officials involved helped forge plans and deviations to get the students admitted to various institutions successfully by manipulating test scores, excusing the children to be tested in a “special facility” in order for someone to take their college entrance exams for them and so on. The mastermind behind this fraudulent ring was William “Ricky” Singer, a college admissions adviser who came up with plans and devices to…

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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 employment and/or experience. With employers opening their doors for hire for the summer and beyond during March and April, students arrived to take advantage of their presence on campus during this “season of hiring.” In the Student Union building on the 4th floor ballroom, hundreds of people in suits and professional business-wear flooded the room…