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January 12 Front Page of the Daily News Should Be Re-Published and Re-Published and Re-Published Because So Much Is at Stake

January 13, 2018

From Richard Prince’s Journal-sim: President Crudely Insults El Salvador, Haiti, Africa
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Four Reasons for a Surprising Change in Racial Incarceration Trendlines

By Race Inquiry Digest, January 10, 2018

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2018 Bomb Cyclone Has Come to an End, Thank the Gods

By Gregg W. Morris, January 10, 2018

Jersey City, New Jersey.

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Two Takes, One Scene, the Perils

By Gregg W. Morris, January 10, 2018

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WORD Senior Editor Kadia Goba and Editor Gregg Morris at 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

January 9, 2018
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Article by Jane Verdel, January 2, 2018
Students randomly interviewed for this article about their favorite TV shows said Netflix made it easier for them to keep up with their shows while they studied and work.
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Wrapping Up Series of Stories About Students’ Experiences the First Week of Fall Classes

Article by Jane Verdel, January 2, 2018
Students interviewed for this article said that their academic loads at the start of this academic year weren’t that heavy.

Damaris Dedes was one of those students. Picture by Jane Verdel

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Top OSM! Reports in Uneasy 2017

Article by Marivir R. Montebon, Editor OSM!

The year 2017 was an uneasy one. It was the time when government (both here and in the Philippines) treated social issues with selfish politicizing.
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Leonard Levitt’s NYPD Confidential: Be Weary of the Hype About NYC’s Crime Stats

Article by Leonard Levitt, January 2, 2018

There is nobody — either in academia or in policing or for that matter, anywhere in the universe — who can explain why crime in New York City — murder in particular — is at its lowest since, as Wall Street Journal reporter Zolan Kanno-Youngs put it, Elvis Presley appeared on the Ed Sullivan show. – Leonard Levitt, NYPD Confidential © copyright 2018
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Some Thoughts on the Homeless

Article by Kristine Vivar

Picture by Kristine Vivar. Copyright © Kristine Vivar, 2017

Thousands of non-sheltered homeless people live on the streets, in the subway systems and in public places around the city. Many have serious mental illness, addiction disorders or other severe health problems, and single adults have much higher rates than homeless families, according to the Coalition for the Homeless.
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What It Takes to Be a Champion

Article by Olivier Dumont
Three Hunter Hawk standouts – Joseph Muir, Taylor Haiduk, Matt Franks – were interviewed about the strategies and philosophies that they believe helped them to make impressive contributions to their teams.

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William Saroyan’s Time of Your Life at Hunter: Some Looks Behind the Scenes

Article by by Alexandra Ali, December 27, 2017

Actor Jacob Scherer portrayed Blick, a villainous cop; Krupp, a side character; and the Drunk, a minor character.

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ProPublica’s Year of Documenting Hate

Article by ProPublica’s Rachel Glickhouse, December 27, 2017
Hate crimes often fall through the cracks in our justice system, and we’ve only just scratched the surface of understanding why. Click here for article.

Time of Your Life by William Saroyan Was a Big Deal for the Hunter Theatre Department

Article by Alexandra Ali, December 27, 2017

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With Camera Fone & Available Light ‘Awesome in 5 Minutes’ Show Is Born

Article by Marivir R. Montebon, Editor & Publisher of OSMI
December 26, 2017

A five-minute video show that features global citizens which have inspired people through their successful careers and community work.
Click her to be in awe!

Sustainability Today, Sustainability Tomorrow, Sustainability Forever

By Olivia Pawlowski, December 16, 2017
Room 305B can transport you to the depths of the Atlantic where blue whales dip in and out of the ocean; to Florida’s coast where hammerhead sharks hug the shore; and all the way to Namibia where elephants and giraffes roam freely. Room 305B in Thomas Hunter Hall is the home of The Hunter Sustainability Project.

Picture from Hunter Sustainability Website.

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The End Is Near, the Beginning Was a Mix Bag

By Alexandra Ali, December 15, 2017
As the fall 2017 school year began way back when five students – Gabriella Gavidia, Olivia Mittman, Angelica Vergara Daalling, Christian Van Norden and Khalin Vasquez – were asked to reflect on their experiences in the early part of the semester.

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Hunter Students Who Enhance Their Higher Ed Experiences Through Community Service

By Olivia Pawlowski, December 14, 2017

Student volunteer Anna Gugeshashvili, center, with other Habitat for Humanity volunteers. Picture courtesy of Anna Gugeshashvili

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BREAKING NEWS: Columbia Journalism Review Says CUNY Is Joining Other Public Higher Ed Institutions in “Unprecedented” Attacks on Journalists

Reported by CJR writer Max Zahn, who cites CUNY’s Bronx Community College and Kingsborough Community College for their hostile treatment of journalists.
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A Culinary Gem of the Upper East Side

Copyright © Kristine Vivar 2017

Classic diners have been fading from the city’s culinary scene in recent years, victims of increasing rent. But not Neil’s Coffee Shop at 70th Street and Lexington.
By Kristine Vivar, December 10, 2017
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Taking the Knee Can Inspire Passionate Discussion on This Campus

Picture by Olivier Dumont

By Olivier Dumont, December 9, 2017
Hunter has more than 16,000 undergraduate students enrolled. This article, the second in a series of WORD articles about student opinions of the NFL protests regarding racial discrimination in America, doesn’t attempt to portray an accurate poll of the opinions of the Hunter undergraduate student body. But it does provide insight of students whom this reporter believes are good representatives of students well informed about topical issues.
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