January snowstorm brings May flowers?

On Feb. 2, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted an early spring. We expect to get an accurate description of the weather for the next few weeks from a Pennsylvania groundhog. There’s nothing wrong with a fun, silly tradition, but why? No offense to Punxsutawney Phil, but it’s hard to believe an early spring based off the weather […]

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Students struggle with CUNY snow day policy

Many students looked out the window and called it a day, but Catherine Kim was determined to stay. After her first class ended at 10:15 a.m., the senior hiked through the puddles of snow to the music library to get work done before her 5 p.m. class. Snow, sleet and hail continued pour. She proceeded to check […]

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A Cold Response from CUNY

Faculty, students and even some staff member may have thought classes at Queens College on Feb. 13 would be canceled as a result of the impending weather. Unfortunately, CUNY decided to follow New York City’s lead in opening public schools. Controversy surrounded both Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina for deciding to keep the schools […]

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