Jones’ work depicts humanity and nature in ways that imply intricate stories unfolding beyond their primary subjects.
Hunter’s Vietnamese Student Association didn’t let a pandemic prevent it from getting its annual spook on.
A student-produced play offers a fresh take on the classic feminist work “The Vagina Monologues.”
Graduate students’ film projects range from portraits of historical subjects to self-reflective pieces examining identity and family.
With the world turned upside down, students are finding comfort in the kneading of dough and sizzle of a pan.
All over social media, students are posting Bingo cards with quippy Hunter College related content, marking off the squares that apply to them.
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.
During retrograde, miscommunication and mischief are bound to be close companions to us all. But don’t fret! Just remember that your determination to have a good day will always be stronger than the negative influences!
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