Michael Trindad

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Fight for $15 minimum wage is mixed issue for students

The Fight for 15 campaign is growing across the U.S., but some Queens College students doubt whether it is possible to do. The campaign calls for the minimum wage to rise to $15 per hour. Under the federal law, minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. But some states and cities have it higher, like Seattle, […]

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Mixed emotions on campus for Mets in World Series

The New York Mets reaching the World Series since 2000 was major news for Queens College students following baseball. Of course, not all are happy about it. “[I am] absolutely not [happy about it]. I’d rather see them lose every year than root for them,” Jordan O’Brien, sophomore, said. The Mets defeated the Chicago Cubs […]

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Renovations at Queens College benefit media studies and science students

Renovations at King Hall and Remsen Hall should give students an improved TV studio and modernized science labs. QC decided to renovate the TV studio at King Hall and the labs at Remsen Hall using a $2 million grant allocated for such projects. The improvements will include an improved green room, modernized electrical equipment and […]

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Volleyball team looks to bounce back despite slow start

The Queens College women’s volleyball team anticipate a strong finish to the end of their season. The team lost nine out of their first 13 games, although they are confident of winning their last few matches. Junior Tori Bowser, returning from an injured knee ending her season last year, is a strong believer of this […]

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Racking up wins, women’s tennis team attains 6-0 record

The women’s tennis team are starting off strong in their first season with an undefeated streak. The Lady Knights are 6-0 and, this year, aim to reach the NCAA playoffs for a 16th time in a row. Last season, they finished with a record of 17-5 and advanced to the Sweet 16 NCAA tournament in […]

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