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USG Campaign Season Begins For Project Now

Posted on Apr 2, 2018 in Featured, Local, News | Comments Off on USG Campaign Season Begins For Project Now

BARUCH COLLEGE–“I want USG to be even more welcoming and even more open for students because it is a scary experience coming in as a new student,” said the candidate for USG secretary.

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Q&A: Work Options for J-1 and F-1 Visas Recipients in the United States

Posted on Mar 30, 2018 in Featured, Local | Comments Off on Q&A: Work Options for J-1 and F-1 Visas Recipients in the United States

YORK COLLEGE–Experts provide answers on the most common types of student visas.

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Anderson’s Humor Comes Out In Small Moments Of ‘Isle Of Dogs’

Posted on Mar 30, 2018 in Arts and Entertainment, Featured | Comments Off on Anderson’s Humor Comes Out In Small Moments Of ‘Isle Of Dogs’

BARUCH COLLEGE-The film is made up of wonderful little moments.

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CCNY Hosts Biggest Job Fair of the Year

Posted on Mar 29, 2018 in Featured, Local | Comments Off on CCNY Hosts Biggest Job Fair of the Year

CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK–More than 700 students filed into Shepard Hall looking for work.

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Board Of Trustees Announces Student Fee Outreach Plans

Posted on Mar 28, 2018 in Featured, Local, News | Comments Off on Board Of Trustees Announces Student Fee Outreach Plans

BARUCH COLLEGE–A decision to change student club financing may be delayed.

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‘Devilman Crybaby’ Delivers A Hellish Reincarnation Of A Classic Manga

Posted on Mar 27, 2018 in Arts and Entertainment, Featured | Comments Off on ‘Devilman Crybaby’ Delivers A Hellish Reincarnation Of A Classic Manga

LEHMAN COLLEGE–Modern twist on classic manga saves this reboot.

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XFL Reboot Capitalizes on Divided Country

Posted on Mar 26, 2018 in Featured, Sports | Comments Off on XFL Reboot Capitalizes on Divided Country

LEHMAN COLLEGE– “Vince McMahon can always change the rules around,” says one Bronx resident.

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