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.
As a citywide community coordinator, Hunter alum Safia Mahjebin uses her personal experience to create real change.
Hunter offered scholarships to students taking summer classes, but failed to mention all of the qualifications.
Hunter released its plan for the fall 2020 semester.
Speakers stressed that while certain monuments must be removed, symbol removal is not enough to combat systemic racism.
Speakers at the Roosevelt House event discussed how understanding history can help Black Lives Matter activists reach their goals.
CUNY plans for a hybrid fall semester in which most classes are at least partially online and international students are able to remain in the country.
CUNY remains undecided about whether it will hold in-person classes this fall.