If we cannot rely on personal responsibility to end the pandemic nationally, we cannot rely on it to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak locally.
Professors should release their syllabi as soon as possible so that students can make changes to their calendars if necessary.
How can one claim to value Black and brown lives while supporting practices that have claimed many?
An elected board of trustees would empower students and professors.
Tuition hikes and fundraising will not rescue CUNY from legislators’ neglect and grant us the education we deserve.
To be social in-person, Brookdale residents have to work around COVID-19 restrictions by meeting outdoors.
As administrators work to advance equity on campus, they should take lessons from Black feminist poet Audre Lorde’s experience at Hunter.
In the wake of COVID-19, we as students are left in a moment where we can choose to fight for a world that is both kinder and more progressive.
If CUNY students fail to show up for our most vulnerable, how can we claim to be advocates for each other?
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.