Author: Sidd Malviya

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Queens College super-senior takes a lead in helping pre-health students

Anupa Ghose might be a familiar name depending on how affiliated you are to the Queens College (QC) pre-health social networks. Ghose, a senior interested in medicine, is well known for being a helpful guide to new and current pre-health students. The Knight News spoke with Ghose, who’s currently getting her second bachelor’s degree, about […]

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QC Student Life exerts control over Student Activity Fees

On Sept. 10, The Queens College (QC) Office of Student Development and Leadership (OSDL) dealt a strikedown of freedom, towards club leaders on campus, when it announced that clubs would no longer have individual budgets. The Office offered a new operating system to soften the blow: a smaller budget committee moderated by student life will […]

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A Conversation with Queens College Provost Diversity Fellows Weeks & Genao

The Knight News recently sat down with Professors Edisa Weeks and Soribel Genao, the newly selected Provost Diversity Fellows at Queens College (QC). Genao is an associate professor of Educational Leadership in the Department of Educational and Community Programs and Weeks is an associate professor of Dance in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance. […]

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Trump and Biden clash in a free for all at first Presidential Debate

It was only a few months ago when vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris proclaimed at a Democratic Party presidential primary debate that “America doesn’t need to see a food fight; they want to know how we’re going to put food on the table.” Her wishes didn’t come to fruition at the first 2020 presidential debate, […]

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Trump confirms he and FLOTUS have tested positive for COVID-19

President Donald J. Trump took to Twitter to confirm that he and Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday morning at 1:28 AM (EST),  after numerous reports of President Trump blatantly disregarding the severity of COVID-19.  Earlier this evening, Trump confirmed that Hope Hicks, a close friend to the President, had tested positive […]

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Bridging the divide: Student Advisory Boards

With the gradual disappearance of the Student Association on the Queens College (QC) campus, it’s imperative that now, more than ever, students remain connected to the administration. After all, if students are going to proceed through semesters of rigorous coursework, it’s only fair that there be an open line of communication between students, the faculty […]

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PSC-CUNY SUES CHANCELLOR MATOS OVER ADJUNCT LAYOFFS

Since the pandemic’s start, the catastrophic effects of the budget cuts against the City University of New York (CUNY) have trickled down to all corners of the community. Recently, CUNY laid off approximately 3,000 adjunct faculty members. This left many without financial stability and healthcare, among other basic needs. It’s worth noting that CUNY received […]

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