Hunter’s literary magazine cleared remote working hurdles to publish its 2020 issue.
“My first suggestion is to turn everything else off!” one professor said.
Aspects of digital learning will be integrated into the traditional in-person model.
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.”
An elected board of trustees would empower students and professors.
Students find creative ways to connect online during a mostly remote semester.
The accessibility updates include three new ADA-compliant elevators and two new stair entrances to the subway.
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.
Tuition hikes and fundraising will not rescue CUNY from legislators’ neglect and grant us the education we deserve.