Author: Oyin Falana

Sports

Track team captain reflects on past, prepares for future

On a windy Thursday afternoon the Queens College track team captain Skandal Delince took the hurdles back to the storage room with his assistant coach as teammates walked off the track field. “It’s a lot of responsibility. Like random stuff that I’m supposed to be responsible for that I didn’t know about. I always take […]

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Fashion show focuses on body positivity and anorexia

Eighteen models prepared to walk down a runway at Student Union ballroom for Delta Phi Epsilon’s fifth annual “Comfortable in Your Genes Fashion Show” for eating disorder awareness on March 8. It was also a fundraiser for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. ANAD is a non-profit group that spreads awareness of […]

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A fairytale ending for two players

Kristin Korzevinski and Mackenzie Rowland achieved a milestone last month—scoring 1,000 career points for the women’s basketball team. Korzevinski and Rowland, both seniors, are the 11th and 12th players to get this honor, respectively. Korzevinski got it at the Jan. 27 match against St. Thomas Aquinas, which the team won 67-58. Meanwhile, Rowland scored 1,000 […]

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Student at the Summit evicted for possession of weapons

Public Safety recently received a tip not often seen at Queens College—a student residing at the Summit possessed weapons. The New York Police Department, at the request of Public Safety, searched the resident’s room, which was shared with another person. Officers found marijuana, a BB gun and a knife. An anonymous resident at the Summit said she saw […]

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Report finds higher education does not protect Hispanic and black wealth

A college degree does not protect the wealth of all racial and ethnic groups equally, a recent St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank research report found. The study was based on the data from the 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances report. The study reported families with a college graduate as its primary financial supporter earn 2.4 […]

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