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    The Stigma around QC elections

    As elections come to an end, Students for Change are clearing their name after allegations the Students Empowerment Party have ruled against them. President Japneet Singh is making it clear that all accusations are false. “The biggest allegation they have is that we aren’t transparent,” Singh said. “However, no one from their team has asked any questions regarding anything we’ve done this past year. As for their claim that we “hide” our budgets, it’s just false. All our records are public. We have repeatedly told them of this fact, however, like any new party, they need some form of propaganda to gain support.” Students on campus will ultimately be the…

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    Professor Spotlight: William Gallego

    William Gallego has been nominated for three Emmy awards and had the honor of winning one. The former Queens College student has returned to the school to teach as a journalism professor. With a passion for visual storytelling, he teaches students the relevance of broadcast journalism. Gallego works as a full time producer at ABC and is fortunate enough to take on other projects that allow him to travel around the world and tell the stories of others. The 27-year-old of Colombian descent is a journalist, television producer, and professor. Being proficient in multitasking, he took on numerous opportunities that expanded his knowledge in the field and helped him gain…