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An insider’s look into the world of beauty editing with Vogue’s Celia Ellenberg

The Knight News kicked off it’s highly anticipated virtual speaker series with esteemed guest Celia Ellenberg, beauty director of Vogue. On Wednesday, October 21st, Ellenberg appeared on zoom with a warm smile and was more than willing to share her vast knowledge and experience of being in the beauty industry for 15+ years.  Ellenberg grew […]

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Utopia Parkway, Queens College’s literary journal preserves voices virtually

As students stay home during an online semester, literary journal Utopia Parkway hopes to keep students connected through creative writing. Utopia Parkway is another publication at Queens College, but what makes the club unique is that it specializes in publishing the creative writing, art, and photography of students on campus. “I think the journal creates […]

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CUNY Dean Resigns: “my resignation was a profound act of self-preservation”

The dean of City College’s architecture school, Lesley Lokko, has resigned as dean after less than a year for “crippling workload” and racism, the New York Post reported.  Lokko resigned as dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College after being appointed in June 2019. She explained to the Architectural […]

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OP-ED: The dangers of ignoring campus elections

In an era where voting was overemphasized due to many developments across the country, the take-home message was that we should all be paying more attention to our elected officials. For students this should start with the Student Government at Queens College (QC). According to the Queens College website, “The Student Association (SA) is responsible […]

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First ever virtual event at the QC Godwin-Ternbach Museum

Due to eight months of mostly-online courses, a number of Queens College campus facilities have been struggling to fulfill their intended roles because there is only a small fraction of students that can utilize them. Among these facilities is the Godwin-Ternbach Museum on campus, a place where the continuation of online studies has prompted the […]

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Disney takes action for its racist movies

Disney is well known for their classic animated films such as “Peter Pan” (1953) and “Dumbo” (1941), but on Disney’s streaming service, Disney+, they are receiving backlash for some of its scenes that consist of racist and insensitive content.  Instead of removing the harmful scenes from its movies, Disney says that it’s using the new […]

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Letter to the Editor: The Young Voters of 2020

Did you know that people who belong to the age group of 18-29 have the potential to be the largest voting bloc, but actually have the lowest voter turnout? We have come a long way this year. Many young people have gotten much more involved in politics and social issues this year than ever before. […]

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