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THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE: A Commentary

By Contributing Writer Julia Suarez, January 5, 2017 If you don’t feel livid about what I am about to describe below and can’t or refuse to see it as indicative of systemic racism in our city, then you are part…

Hunter Hero Comics

By Koi Germany, Jr In a corner of Thomas Hunter Hall’s first floor, not from the security desk, lies a faded, burnt orange door. A slightly torn sign taped upon it reads, Media Board. Faint giggles and murmuring can be…

Ballot

Editor’s Note: This news short about the November 4 elections is being published now because of an editing delay. By Carmen Rios-Nuñez “I wanted to cast a ballot for peace,” said David Pantoja, 34, a journalism and sociology major from…

Ode

“I miss the old Kanye, straight from the Go Kanye Chop up the soul Kanye, set on his goals Kanye I hate the new Kanye, the bad mood Kanye The always rude Kanye, spaz in the news Kanye I miss…

Cafeteria Food, It Is What It Is

By Katherine Hernandez Attention Students: As you pass through the turnstiles of the third-floor student cafeteria (students have been told by the College Administration that they are no longer wanted in the faculty cafeteria) the musk of hot frying oil…

Awesome Tour Memoir

By Lillian Gissen, December 28, 2016   Awesome Is What Awesome Does The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball tour is one of the biggest of the year. Shows take place around the country, hosted by various radio stations and about 10 select…

Has One of the Most Seedy Presidential Campaigns in Memory Resulted in One of the Most Seedy President-Elects?

By Contributing Writer Kashima Grant America has spoken. On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will become the forty-fifth President of the United States and the avowed mission he wants us all to believe is to “Make America Great Again.” I…

Essay: Helping New York City Immigrant Communities to Resist the Smog of Fear Caused by President-elect Donald Trump

By Senior Editor Tatiana Villamil Editor’s Note: The pictures in this article are used to help reflect the ethnic diversity of the Big Apple. The status of those photographed are not known. Thirteen days after election night, a CUNY J-School…

How Hunter Millennials Stay Informed About News – Part 6, Last of the Series

By Contributing Writer Julia Suarez Can you imagine the time when you couldn’t access news through your smart phone, iPad or computer? There was a time when news was transported by carrier pigeon, hand-carried messages and the Pony Express. Finding…

Views on the Election and the Current State of America

By Contributing Writer Andrew Henry The results are in! Donald Trump is the presidential-elect and he seems close to be finalizing his cabinet selections as well as appointments to other key positions. It is clear that millions are happy. It…