Author: Kaitlyn Heniges

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“That’s one small step for (wo)man, one giant leap for (wo)mankind”

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, otherwise known as NASA, and women everywhere celebrated a historic occasion upon the first ever all-female spacewalk completed on Friday Oct. 18. The space-walk was completed by astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch when the pair left the International Space Station to replace a power controller and return the […]

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Queens College Introduces Two New Minors and a Major

Interested in photography, LGBTQ studies or urban planning? Lucky for you, Queens College has introduced a new major and two new minors for the 2019-2020 academic year. A Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Imaging, a minor in LGBTQ Studies, and a minor in Urban Planning have been added to the QC roster. The […]

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OP-ED: Raising the student activity fee should be the last resort

If the student activity fee were increased, would the benefits to student life on campus outweigh the financial burden this would put on students? That question is not so easily answered. Queens College’s student activity fee is currently $162 per student. With approximately 20,000 students attending QC, this means there is an estimated amount of […]

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Kin’d Thai Review: The Kind of Thai Worth Trying

Kin’d Thai does not stand out amongst the many businesses populating Union Turnpike in Fresh Meadows. Located a ten-minute drive or twenty-minute bus ride from Queens College, the restaurant’s building is white brick, simple and unassuming, with the only indication that there may be something of interest to the place being a group of people […]

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Researchers Balance Passion for Pop Culture and Science

Dr. Maral Tajerian and Dr. Sebastian Alvarado are a power couple, if there ever was one. They received a grant to do their lab on neuroplasticity at Queens College and are conducting groundbreaking research here.  This isn’t the first project they’ve worked on together either; their interest in pop culture and video games led them […]

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