Muslim students are advocating to get the day off on Eid al-Fitr, which falls on Thursday, May 13 this year.
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 […]
Between COVID-19 and the fragile financial state the university was already in, CUNY might just be at a breaking point.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that all SUNY and CUNY schools will transition to online classes starting March 19 due to the coronavirus outbreak. Physical classes are canceled March 12 through 18, […]
New York City confirmed six cases of Covid-19, also known as coronavirus, leaving Hunter’s community anxious. Meanwhile, study abroad programs have been suspended, students have returned from China and one email even […]
The Professional Staff Congress Delegate Assembly voted Thursday night to go forward with a contract that, if ratified by union members, will increase minimum adjunct pay to $5500 per course by 2022. […]
Adjuncts voiced their complaints about the new proposed contract when PSC President Barbara Bowen met with Hunter adjuncts on Oct 30. The City University of New York and the Professional Staff Congress […]