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Black And Latino Studies To Remain Open, Romero Confirms

Posted on Dec 20, 2017 in Featured, Lifestyles, Local, News | 0 comments

BARUCH COLLEGE — Baruch hires the fewest number of black faculty of any CUNY, a CUNYfirst report shows.

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Capital Funding Revs Up for Hip Hop Museum

Posted on Dec 19, 2017 in Featured, Local, News | 0 comments

HUNTER COLLEGE — Bronx Point will also include 600 apartments, a movie theater and a food hall.

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Macaulay Cuts Back on Opportunities Fund Amidst Fundraising Issues

Posted on Dec 18, 2017 in Featured, Local, News | 0 comments

BROOKLYN COLLEGE — A change to scholarship policies forces Macaulay Honors College to scale back temporarily.

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Fraternity Files Lawsuit Against Baruch

Posted on Dec 18, 2017 in Featured, Local, News | 0 comments

BARUCH COLLEGE — After a ban, a fraternity sues the college for harassment.

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Hunter Student Awarded Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

Posted on Dec 18, 2017 in Featured, Local, News | 0 comments

BROOKLYN COLLEGE — For the first time, a Hunter students is awarded a Rhodes scholarship.

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Ad-Hoc Committee Lacks Quorum; CUNY Dreamers Charter Delayed

Posted on Dec 15, 2017 in Featured, Local, News | 0 comments

DATELINE: CUNY — CUNY Dreamers are not any closer to being chartered after recent University Student Senate meeting.

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