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QC Student Life exerts control over Student Activity Fees

On Sept. 10, The Queens College (QC) Office of Student Development and Leadership (OSDL) dealt a strikedown of freedom, towards club leaders on campus, when it announced that clubs would no longer have individual budgets. The Office offered a new operating system to soften the blow: a smaller budget committee moderated by student life will […]

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Fate of CR/NCR policy hangs in the balance after academic senate meeting

Due to the continued waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been pleading with college administrators to provide some sort of academic relief. In the case of the CUNY system, students have requested an extension of a Credit/No-Credit policy. The policy in question is essentially analogous to pass/fail, where students who suffered academically due to […]

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QC’s Knights Table Food Pantry Reopens Amidst Pandemic

After the abrupt switch to online education back in March, many services at Queens College were forced to shut down operations, leaving many students in stressful situations. Homelessness, mental health issues and unemployment rates all skyrocketed as many struggled to find answers to their biggest challenges. However, after months of uncertainty, some parts of QC […]

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Queens College follows Pennsylvania’s State Athletic Conference and cancels winter sports

Queens College (QC) was one of the many schools that made the tough choice to cancel all winter sports amid spiking COVID-19 numbers. It was a tough decision considering all that was lost for both students and faculty, but one that wasn’t without precedence to justify it. The Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania State […]

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QC board games and chess club keeps students in touch

With a calm environment and hours of games planned each week, the Queens College (QC) Board Games (BG) and Chess club provides QC students with a way to stay in touch with each other while having fun.  “The actual answer is we wanted something to put on our resumes!” said President Zach Farrell about the […]

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QC Alum Khaleel Anderson: the youngest black member in the NY State Assembly

After winning the open seat for Queens’ Assembly District 31 during the primaries in June, it was widely predicted that former CUNY Queens College (QC) alumnus and runner-up for the New York State Assembly, Khaleel Anderson, would have no trouble sealing the deal on November 3. Sure enough, the political forecasting was deemed correct, as […]

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First ever virtual event at the QC Godwin-Ternbach Museum

Due to eight months of mostly-online courses, a number of Queens College campus facilities have been struggling to fulfill their intended roles because there is only a small fraction of students that can utilize them. Among these facilities is the Godwin-Ternbach Museum on campus, a place where the continuation of online studies has prompted the […]

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