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    QC graduates honored with Fulbright honors and awards

    Queens College Macaulay Honors graduates were among the 2014-2015 recipients for the highly competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering grant opportunities for students and young professionals. Once inducted, students participate in international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide. “It’s a wonderful program that allows students to be immersed in another culture and allows them to devote full time to a research project, earning a master’s degree or teaching English overseas.” Moira E. Egan, national fellowships advisor at QC, said.  “Students serve as ambassadors for the us. Through academic and cultural exchange, Fulbright’s mission is to…

  • Sports

    Senior standout hopes final season is his best

    Scoring the crucial goal against Bridgeport University which admitted the last ranked, 2011 Queens College men’s soccer team to the playoffs is a memory that will forever resonate within senior standout Daniel Stoker. However, Stoker, a starter and second-year captain, remembers this day for the result it left the underrated team, not for his personal glory. This highlight is just one of Stoker’s many impressive achievements on the soccer field. Stoker, 22, London, England, began racking up notable awards as a freshman. In 2009, he was voted East Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year and was awarded with the recognition of ECC Second Team All-Conference. In 2010, Stoker…