Author: Nichole Baez

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CUNY & PSC Fight the Good Fight

As college students, there are countless stressors that we encounter in our daily lives, whether they’re school related or not. Our commutes to school, our lack of sleep, or the amount of homework that piles up on our desks each night. But as we go through our days, we tend to forget that professors, fully […]

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QC Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with New Art Exhibit

On September 19,  Queens College held the opening reception of the New York Latin American Art Triennial exhibit. The art exhibition is located at the QC Art Center, on the sixth floor of the QC Rosenthal Library. The exhibition was put together by the Triennial director, Luis Stephenberg, and the Triennial chief curator, Alexis Mendoza. […]

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CUNY: Tuition hikes affects students lives

City University of New York prides itself on earning high placements in college social mobility rankings published by sites such as The Chronicle of Higher Education. However, with CUNY constantly raising their tuition, CUNY is putting in danger their affordability and continued enrollment of lower income students, which is the very thing that put them so […]

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Millennials and Politics

On Feb 25th, 2019, the Queens College Student Association hosted a panel called “Millennials and Politics” during Free Hour. Held in honor of Black History Month, the panel focused on the up-and-coming generation of leadership and activism within the African-American community. The event was moderated by Aboubaker Hamida of the Student Association. To start off […]

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How far they’ve come — current sophomores reflect on their freshman year at QC

The transition from high school to college can be unsettling. Choosing a major, gaining the infamous freshman fifteen, being surrounded by new people, not being able to find the buildings your classes are in and the first week of finals can make freshman year seem worse than it really is. The Knight News chose to […]

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