Category: Campus News

Hillary Clinton?! Donald Trump?! Students Michael Bruno and Paul Walkonis Insist Enough is Enough

By Katherine Hernandez This reporter was one of several assigned to conduct random interviews on campus about students’ opinions and preferences in the remaining days of the presidential campaign, and two interviewed in front of the Thomas Hunter Hall Building…

Stonewall Inn Vigil for Orlando by Kadia Goba

By Kadia Goba, June 15, 2016 All Pictures Below by Kadia Goba Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill De Blasio, Police Commissioner William Bratton and singer, acto Nick Jonas were among the thousands of New Yorkers who gathered for a candlelight…

One of the Biggest Challenges Facing Recent Graduates

By Emily Chiriboga, June 7, 2016 On June 2nd, An estimated 3,000 undergraduates and graduates students were expected to graduate and many were expected to gather at Madison Square Garden for Hunter’s Hunter’s 2016 commencement June 2. Three anticipating their exit from Hunter…

WORD Bric-a-Brack Summer 2016

By Gregg Morris, June 6, 2016 Three WORD staffers are going to be pretty busy this summer. – The WORD’s Kadia Goba is covering the Human Rights Watch Film Festival for the WORD. She has attended several screenings and has been…

Finals

By Kara Paternoster, May 31,2016 Three students interviewed May 10 and May 11 before  final exams began May 22 weighed in about the stress they were facing. Ally DaCunha, 22, of Brooklyn, said she stuck with her organizational strategy. “I make lists of…

Commuting: The Good, the Bad, the Ugh

By Kara Paternostro, May 30, 2016 Time management should be an essential tool for students juggling classwork, studies, extracurricular activities, relationships, jobs, internships and family responsibilities, especially if they must commute long distances. “You really have to plan your time,” said…

WORD Reporter Big Fan of Hunter Recreation

By Michael Mei May 20, 2016 Two Hunter student staff members whose jobs require them to check visitors in and out of the Hunter weightlifting room in the subterranean sportsplex of the West Building, and two students who said they…

Some Feel End of the Semester Willies

By Kara Paternostro, May 13, 2016 As the semester peaks, two students interviewed for this article said they were starting to feel on edge. The possibility of a strike by CUNY faculty and staff has added to the normal anxiety…

ASPIRING WRITERS MENTORING PROGRAM II OPENS

New York City – The Aspiring Writers Mentoring Program is now open for application for its second phase. On May 7, 2016, program director Marivir Montebon and former New York Times senior editor Terry Schwadron will provide an initial orientation…