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.
As student activities face new challenges, candidates for USG must campaign entirely on social media.
New York State plans to cut spending on localities by $8.2 billion in fiscal year 2021, according to the state’s financial plan released on Saturday.
Featured on the list of localities is higher education, which includes CUNY, its state equivalent SUNY and financial aid programs like the Tuition Assistance Program.
With the world turned upside down, students are finding comfort in the kneading of dough and sizzle of a pan.
Hunter’s Undergraduate Student Government held a Zoom town hall last Wednesday where it addressed coronavirus-related concerns. USG hosts a town hall meeting at least once a semester, and this one marked the […]
All over social media, students are posting Bingo cards with quippy Hunter College related content, marking off the squares that apply to them.
Ever since distance learning began on March 19, students who previously met for music, dance, theater or art classes have had to adjust to new methods of instruction while also dealing with the general fallout from coronavirus.
The CUNY Board of Trustees approved on Monday motions to refund dormitory fees, waive 25% of student activity fees and implement a flexible grading policy. Refunds will be issued to students who […]
Update 3/25: Housing-insecure students will be sent to live at Queens College, according to The City. Students residing at Hunter’s Brookdale and 79th St. dorms were told Tuesday to move out by […]
Winter and spring sports are canceled for the remainder of the semester due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The decision was made by CUNY Athletic Conference after the National Collegiate Athletic Association canceled […]