Andrea Hardalo

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Free printing is back on campus

This is not an April Fools’ joke. Starting April 1, there will be free printing in the Rosenthal Library. “The plan is that students are going to be able to print at the library on all six floors, for free and that would be the only place on campus that kids could print for free,” […]

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Sports

Lady Knights fall in ECC semifinals, still have season success

Despite losing to the University of the District of Columbia in the semifinals on March 6, the Queens College women’s basketball team has had plenty of success under their belt this season. One of head coach Bet Naumovski’s goals for this season was to make it further in the playoffs than in 2012-2013. Last season […]

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Sports

New coach brings an improving season

At the beginning of this season, it seemed like there was no light at the end of the tunnel for the Queens College men’s basketball team. The team lost 12 of their games, both conference and nonconference matches, before gaining their first win. In addition, the team faced many injuries during the beginning of the […]

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Op-Eds

A Cold Response from CUNY

Faculty, students and even some staff member may have thought classes at Queens College on Feb. 13 would be canceled as a result of the impending weather. Unfortunately, CUNY decided to follow New York City’s lead in opening public schools. Controversy surrounded both Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina for deciding to keep the schools […]

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Sports

Freshman’s efforts noticed; receives ECC Rookie of the Week

Tori Bowser, the middle blocker for the Queens College volleyball team, has to use her voice and skill in the middle of the field to guide her teammates. Bowser, the only freshman on the squad, has to take on responsibilities and pressures that most freshmen don’t have to endure in their first year of college […]

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