Author: Sahar Soleimany

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Club Spotlight: Let’s Talk Python

By Bella Rubin and Daniella Namdar Let’s Talk Python (LTP) is an elite computer science club at Queens College, which utilizes a collaborative, community-based approach to learn Python, the computer coding language. Python’s simplicity and power makes it the preferred language of technology companies including Google, IBM, NASA, Goldman Sachs, and Facebook. Python is easy […]

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Protest into Power: The Second Annual Women’s March

“Beautiful weather all over the country, a perfect day for all women to march,” read President Trump’s tweet on January 20th, exactly one year since his inauguration and, as he aptly noted, the 2018 Women’s March. Starting out as a single protest in Washington D.C and slowly gaining traction in major cities across the country, […]

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From Punk Powerhouse to Persian Poetry: Professor Roger Sedarat

As professor, academic scholar and award-winning poet, Roger Sedarat has established himself as an esteemed member of Queens College’s English Department. Yet, before developing the first Middle-Eastern American Literature course on campus and contributing scholarship on the hybrid crossing of Persian and American writing, Sedarat was an undergraduate student taking orders at a fast food […]

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Former SA chair member speaks out against organizations president

Post the publication of The Knight News’ features on the Student Association’s newly instated vice president, Akila Wazeed, and her forced-out predecessor, Marco Sin, allegations of “fake news” and more resignations by SA chairs have ensued. To recap, when initially questioned about the process of becoming VP, Wazeed affirmed that a vote had been administered […]

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Akila Wazeed takes on role of SA vice president

[Editor’s note: The Student Association Constitution requires a Student Senate election to be held in the event of a vacancy in the office of vice president. As of the publication of this story, there is no written record of a Student Senate vote appointing Wazeed as vice president. Editor-in-Chief of the The Knight News, Ameila […]

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