CUNY’s faculty union, the Professional Staff Congress, is calling on campus libraries to close in light of the COVID-19 outbreak
As the coronavirus outbreak continues and people practice social distancing, Hunter students who work are facing increased financial insecurity.
The New York Public Library, the Queens Public Library and the Brooklyn Public Library each announced Thursday morning that in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, they will suspend all public-facing programs from Friday, March 13th to the end of March.
This article is part of a series called Success Stories, in which our journalists profile recent Hunter graduates, focusing on their careers. A new Success Story is published every other Thursday. Jessica […]
ASAP Ferg will perform at this year’s spring concert, announced USG President Kamalpreet Kaur at Friday’s Valentine’s-themed Just Desserts event. USG also announced the winner of Hunter Idol, Janine Moises, adding that she will have a chance to open for the rapper from Harlem at the concert on April 2.
Breffni Neary is one of 41 students in the history of the college to be granted the year-long Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship. The Envoy caught up with her to talk about her past, present and plans for the future.
Amid protests from students, the CUNY Board of Trustees voted Monday afternoon to approve the contract by which Starbucks will rent space in Hunter College’s West building.
Hunter College needs to decide what it’s really about — giving all of its rooms to underclassmen to make itself more attractive to potential applicants, or giving students who otherwise wouldn’t get to live here a chance to live and study in the best city in the world.
Thousands of protesters from around the Northeast braved the wind and cold on Sunday to march across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with the Jewish community. The protest came in response to […]
I was in the bathroom on the fifth floor of the West building when I realized I got my period. I reached hopefully into my backpack only to find that I’d given […]