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News and features from CUNY's undergraduate student journalists

Opinion: CUNY Control Over Student Activities Fees Would Overhaul Campus Life

Posted on Feb 20, 2018 in Featured, Local, Op-Ed | Comments Off on Opinion: CUNY Control Over Student Activities Fees Would Overhaul Campus Life

CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK –“CUNY is trying to pull the veil over the eyes of students and make decisions about funding without input from those who matter the most.”

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OPINION: Indadequate Reporting Spreads Misleadings News About CUNY

Posted on Dec 14, 2017 in Featured, Op-Ed | Comments Off on OPINION: Indadequate Reporting Spreads Misleadings News About CUNY

BARUCH COLLEGE — Are the private lives of professors at public colleges a free-for-all?

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What my Blackness Means to Me

Posted on Dec 8, 2017 in Featured, Local, Op-Ed | Comments Off on What my Blackness Means to Me

BROOKLYN COLLEGE — A narrative on the personal study of blackness.

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OPINION: Registration Demands Greater Efficiency

Posted on Nov 24, 2017 in Featured, Local, Op-Ed | Comments Off on OPINION: Registration Demands Greater Efficiency

BARUCH COLLEGE — The timing and process of registration adds to student stresses.

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OPINION: Excessive New NHL Rules Need to be Tweaked

Posted on Nov 16, 2017 in Featured, Op-Ed, Sports | Comments Off on OPINION: Excessive New NHL Rules Need to be Tweaked

COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND — A change in regulations draws comments from sports experts.

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OPINION: What “Allahu Akbar” Really Means

Posted on Nov 13, 2017 in Featured, Op-Ed | Comments Off on OPINION: What “Allahu Akbar” Really Means

BROOKLYN COLLEGE — An explanation of a phrase that is in the news and on the lips of many Muslims.

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