Sara Scheidlinger

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Obama’s next job: working for CUNY?

Last year, City University of New York chancellor James Milliken penned a letter to President Barak Obama asking him to consider his first post-presidency job: teaching at CUNY. There was a possibility that the Obama family would be moving to New York, so Milliken took this opportunity as a chance to continue Obama’s legacy in […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The next big music craze at QC

Trebel, a music app, is being introduced to Queens College. It allows the user to listen, download and play music offline, with no data charges, for free. According to the Nielsen Company, a global information company, 66 million millennials listen to 44 hours of music per month each and 73 percent of listening happens outside. […]

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A chance to save a life

Sami, a seven-year-old girl, lives with Fanconi Anemia, a blood disorder that affects one out of 350,000 people. If left untreated, it may cause bone marrow failure and some forms of cancer. Sami needs a bone marrow transplant from someone, but cannot find a donor. However, the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, along with […]

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Winter is coming, but food trucks are going

The distinct smell of Shah’s Halal Food on The Quad at Queens College will soon disappear as winter approaches. During the winter, a few trucks will not appear on campus. However, they will return in the spring. “I’m definitely going to miss the quality food from Shah’s Halal cart,” Joseph Vincent Palermo, a freshman, said. […]

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Free vaccinations available ahead of flu season

Sniffles, sneezes and coughs. The warning signs of the dreaded flu season. Flu season starts in beginning of October and can last well into May, but usually peaks during the winter. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the nation’s top health institute, reports five to 20 percent of Americans get the flu every year […]

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