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Students for Change: History and how far they’ve come

As an incumbent party, Students For Change understands the issues and concerns Queens College students face year in and year out. First founded in 2012, a group of everyday students united with a goal to serve in the interests of their peers, and provide a voice to those who felt unheard. Within their first year […]

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SFC candidate hopes to give back to QC community

Christopher Labial describes his youthful self as a “military brat.” Growing up in a military family, he went to international school and first studied in the U.S. in 2008 at Benjamin Cardozo High School. Now he is the President of F.L.I.G.H.T., which stands for Filipinos Living to Instill Growth, Honor and Tradition, and is also […]

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The Knight News Roundtable: SA President Raj Maheshwari

Every April, Queens College students cast their votes to decide which candidates will lead the Student Association. After a particularly heated election between the Students for Change and Independent Alliance, Raj Maheshwari, SFC, officially stepped into office on June 1 as President of the Student Association. Five months later, Maheshwari sat down with The Knight News team to […]

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SFC President works to increase school spirit with more events

Queens College student government president, Matthew Louie is determined to raise student pride and awareness with more enticing events. Louie, a 22-year-old senior, is triple majoring in accounting, political science and economics. He makes it a priority to liven things up on campus. “We’re big on social activities; we’d love to get the campus more […]

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