• Arts & Entertainment,  This Week's Paper

    Going live with Forward Nation Radio

    Forward Nation Radio featuring Business and Liberal Arts Program Professor David Leventhal showed off its re-designed broadcast in a new studio in Room 300, Razran Hall on Oct. 25. Equipped with cameras, lighting, audio equipment, a green screen, and production and media teams, Forward Nation Radio 2.0’s restructured program invites humorous political chatting that motivates public awareness. Initially launched on March 1 of this year, the live taping opened with an introduction to the show’s changes–video imaging enhancements, audience interaction, and an interview-friendly setting.   Its wisecracking host, David Leventhal, teaches business courses that emphasize critical thinking, law and ethics, and his Superman-like character takes a moral education approach to…

  • Career Column,  This Week's Paper

    Office of Career Development and Internships is the one stop shop for career advancement

    Are you a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior looking to become marketable in the increasingly competitive job market? Maintaining a good grade point average isn’t the only way to land a job after graduation, one must have career-related work experience. Acquiring transferable skills to obtain a job is the overall purpose of college. In order to successfully become a marketable candidate, students are encouraged to attain career guidance. In essence, that makes the Queens College Office of Career Development and Internships the most important office on campus.  Students who utilize the office’s developmental resources expose themselves to a rewardable future. “We like to think of the office as a springboard…

  • News

    Professor Noah Tsika discusses his roots in film & media

    Graduating from an Ivy League institution of higher education qualifies an individual as a scholastic elite. There’s a reason why Professor Noah Tsika exudes such intellectual confidence when instructing his students. His impact in the classroom is the result of a learner with a voracious appetite for studious achievement. Tsika is a media critic and historian. With his standout deep-toned voice, he has contributed to several projects as a voice-over artist. His other accomplishments include being a journalist and editor, as well as, blogger for The Huffington Post and Africa Is a Country. His first book, Gods and Monsters, was published in 2009. Since then he has written Nollywood Stars:…