Ariel Bagley

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Former U.S. Coast Guard warns about overconsumption and sustainability

D.C. Anderson, a former captain for the U.S. Coast Guard, spoke at the Science Building on Earth Day, April 22, to discuss the consequences of ignoring climate change as a result of vested interests money. Anderson first opened with some very bleak information highlighting the limits of natural resources. “Half the world’s oil is gone. […]

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Club Spotlight: Israel Business Club

The Queens College Israel Business Club is a unique club seeking to engage students with the Israeli start-up economy. It was founded in January, by Max Fruchter and Leeora Margelovitch, freshman and sophomore, respectively. The club engages students in three specific ways: educating students about the Israeli economy, offering hands-on lectures by professionals in the […]

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Memory project celebrates Queens’ rich history and culture

Natalie Milbrodt, while working on her master’s thesis, decided to create the Queens Memory Project to document and preserve the memory of ethnic groups in Queens.  “Queens County is the most diverse county in the United States, and, since other counties have their own documenting projects, we felt Queens should have their own as well,” […]

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Documentary reveals political turmoil in post-apartheid South Africa

The Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College hosted a screening of the documentary “Behind the Rainbow” on March 16 as part of the Year of South Africa. Jihan El-Tahri directed the documentary, which was released in 2009. El-Tahri, who is Lebanese, is a producer and news correspondent for Reuters. “Behind the Rainbow” shows the reality of […]

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