From Dec. 24 to Jan. 12, students can change grades ranging from B+ to D to “credit” and change an F grade to “no credit.”
The accessibility updates include three new ADA-compliant elevators and two new stair entrances to the subway.
Nearly six months after the Black Lives Matter protests began, Diana Kennedy and Teona Pagan are still working toward racial justice at CUNY.
Since the financial aid office began operating remotely, the problem with wait times for students seeking help has worsened.
Jaslin Kaur announced on Thursday that she is running to represent District 23 in New York City Council.
While taking his first quiz of the fall semester, Baruch junior and an alternate delegate at University Student Senate Yehuda Wexler slowly moved his head to the left to check the remaining […]
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.
Grade distribution reports show that Hunter students took advantage of CUNY’s flexible credit/no-credit policy.
CUNY students will now have until the end of each semester to withdraw from a course and receive a non-punitive grade of W, according to an email shared with The Envoy.
The speakers advised Hunter’s diverse students against suppressing their cultural identities to be more marketable.