Author: Victor Hillegren

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A professor’s journey from the seas to Queens College

Dr. Gregory O’Mullan is no ordinary professor. He is a marine biologist who travelled to places like Antarctica for research. O’Mullan, professor at the Science and Environment Studies department, attended Rutgers University for his undergraduate studies. Initially, he decided to major in pharmacy but after taking a course titled “Exploration of the Oceans and Environmental […]

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Felix Matos Rodriguez anticipates another year as president

Felix Matos Rodriguez feels energized and ready for another year after finishing his first as Queens College’s President. Despite facing challenges in his first year, including “keeping up with the speed of things,” Rodriguez said it helped adjust him to the QC community and know more about the campus. “Each day and encounter around Queens, […]

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Queens College Through the Ages

Queens College, nearly 80 years old, and continues to educate more and more students, both undergraduates and graduation, every year. The college was most recently ranked by Washington Monthly as second in the nation for the “Best Bang for your Buck,” – essentially providing a remarkable education at an affordable cost. With dedicated and passionate […]

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QC baseball team hopes to strike out 16-year playoff drought

After spending months in the weight room, the Queens College men’s baseball team was anxious to get out and start playing ball. The season was scheduled to begin on Feb. 28. However, due to inclement weather, the away game in Virginia was canceled. In fact, many games across the country were cancelled, especially in the […]

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NYPIRG rallies in Albany on Higher Education Day

After traveling for hours, more than 300 students throughout New York gathered in Albany on Higher Education Day, Feb. 26, to meet with representatives to discuss college investment. The trip, organized by New York Public Interest Research Group and supported by state public colleges, enabled students to meet with elected officials and representatives of their […]

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