Kenyi touches on themes that call back to her upbringing, living in upstate New York, and her experiences as a Black woman.
Natalie Rash is a student in journalism and Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies at Hunter College. She has written for student-run publications and her preliminary work focuses on topical issues related to student life in New York. Rash also likes to write profiles, features, reviews and other styles of magazine and entertainment journalism.
Hunter sent 158 graduates diplomas with other people’s names on them.
For Hunter students who must limit gatherings because of COVID-19, this will be a Thanksgiving like no other.
Nearly six months after the Black Lives Matter protests began, Diana Kennedy and Teona Pagan are still working toward racial justice at CUNY.
Elizabeth Mashkow is a ninth grade English teacher at New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities in Queens. She also just started her first year as a graduate student at Hunter, working towards getting her master’s degree in literacy education.
As a citywide community coordinator, Hunter alum Safia Mahjebin uses her personal experience to create real change.
A student-produced play offers a fresh take on the classic feminist work “The Vagina Monologues.”
All over social media, students are posting Bingo cards with quippy Hunter College related content, marking off the squares that apply to them.