• Arts & Entertainment

    QC Exhibit Highlights the Memory of Those in Belgium Who Resisted Nazi Occupation

    On the sixth floor of the Rosenthal Library, Queens College is currently hosting an exhibit titled, “Resistance and Memory in Belgium, 1940-1945: Multiple Narratives.” The exhibit highlights the story of human beings who resisted Nazi occupation in Belgium during World War II. Stemming from a variety of backgrounds, the individuals display the courage it took, during a time of uncertainty to oppose, those in power. Professor Amanda Nocera, the administrative coordinator of the Art History Program & Arts Internships is one of the curators responsible for bringing the exhibit to QC. “The exhibition originally came to me from Professor Karen Sullivan. At the time, I didn’t realize a show about resistance…

  • Sports

    Student and Knight Ryan Roslonowski reflects on his time at QC

    Whether he’s inspiring a younger generation of soccer players or revving up his own team as he takes his place on the field, Ryan Roslonowski is always looking to make a change for the better. Now a sophomore at Queens College with an undeclared major, Ryan is looking to make the best of his time here at QC and it all started when he was only four years old. “I’ve been playing soccer since I was four. There were a lot of other sports that I was exposed too, but soccer was really the one that intrigued me.” An active and cheerful child, Ryan was determined to stick with soccer throughout his…