Category: News

Winners & Honorable Mentions of the KY & Noelle Chynn 2017 CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest

Asian American/Asian Research Institute 2017 winners and honorable mentions of CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest made possible by a $100,000 endowment from Dr. K.Y. Chynn and his wife Noelle to the City University of New York. The CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest is a CUNY-wide competition that challenges students to think about the topic of ethics, morality and virtuous behavior in their lives.

City University of New York Chancellor James Milliken Resigning

“I write to share with you the news that I plan to step down as Chancellor of The City University of New York at the end of this academic year, after four years at the helm of this most remarkable institution,” says CUNY Chancellor James Milliken. In this statement, he cites serious health issues as part of the reason for his leaving.

Campus Kicking into Higher Gear for Start of Academic Year

The last traces of summer weather, writes the WORD’s Olivier Dumont, are diminishing, and with the school year kicking into third gear, six students interviewed for this story for their experiences and opinions about the early weeks of the semester said they were immersing themselves in their studies and campus life.

Student Chess Club an Emerging Campus Presence

Article written by Vladimir Zark
Club members meet in the roaming expanse of the third floor of Hunter West, the main lobby area by the escalators. Club President Vladimir Zarkmake usually arrives there by 12 p.m. every day during the week.