• News,  This Week's Paper

    Coming out in Queens: Queer activism in the borough

    In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Queens Pride Parade, The Lavender Line at Queens College hosted the “Coming Out in Queens: Queer Activism in the Borough” conference moderated by Professor Noah Tsika, author of Pink 2.0 Encoding Queer Cinema on the Internet, at the Goldwin-Ternbach Museum. “The Lavender Line” at Queens College is a multimedia exhibition of books authored by QC’s LGBTQ faculty, as well as photos from the original Lavender Line exhibit, featuring the Queens LGBT community. Both the exhibit and the conference’s goal is to recognize past, present, and future activism in the borough of Queens. Many pieces from the exhibit come from the archive of…

  • Career Column,  This Week's Paper

    NABA Teaches Students How To Execute A Stellar Interview

    On October 2, The National Association for Black Accountants (NABA) hosted an interactive interview workshop, led by club president Bensky Belizaire and vice president Edem Ekpe, where guests participated in student led mock interviews, teaching participants what to do and say. The main purpose of the event was to give advice to students who wanted to perform better during an interview. The speakers stressed the importance of learning how to navigate an interview, as they are not limited to one field. Therefore, it is beneficial to have good interview skills. Belizaire, an intern at Family Management Corporation, said the top priority of every interview is to show up on time.…

  • Sports

    QC Knights Men’s Baseball Season Wrap Up

    The Queens College Knights men baseball team ended its season with an 18-23 record, barely missing out on the playoffs. The Knights season came to an end after dropping a pair of East Coast Conference (ECC) games to the University of Bridgeport Purple Knights, needing wins in both games to advance to the postseason. Despite it being the Knights fourth straight season without a playoff berth, there were still bright spots in their season. Senior Joe Broderick finished the season with an all-conference nod from the ECC after being named to the All-ECC First Team as a starting pitcher. Broderick completed the season fifth in program history with 73 strikeouts…

  • News

    Women’s basketball remain focused as playoffs approach

    The Queens College women’s basketball team has maintained a 13-game winning streak, boosting the team’s season record from 8-3 to 21-3. Coach Beth Naumovski believes a key factor in their continued success is improved communication from earlier in the season, leading to better team chemistry on and off the court. “I think team chemistry is very important, especially for basketball because you always want to be on the same page as your teammates because it makes it a lot easier to make the right pass or the right reads knowing where your teammate is going to be,” junior guard Merrick Rowland said. Another large component to their success is the…

  • Sports

    Season Update: Women’s Basketball

    After finishing with a 77-67 loss to Bentley in the second round of the playoffs, the Lady Knights look to use the end of last season as a stepping stone to grow as a team and make it further into the playoffs this time around. The Knights have come out of the gate strong in the first quarter of this season posting a record of 7-1. The team continues to be lead by the imposing duo of Madison and Mackenzie Rowland. While Madison leads the conference in steals per game, Mackenzie is fourth in blocks per game. Both Rowland sisters are in the Top 5 in points, rebounds per game…