By Gregg W. Morris – The filmmakers really want you to have nightmares!
WORD Reporters Areber Rexha and Malik Young interviewed Queens College student leaders about their experiences and opinions of their former college president, Felix V. Matos Rodriguez for a series of articles. This last article is based on interviews with a few Hunter students. The reporting for the series of articles, based on the Queens interviews, was recognized with a reward by the CUNY University Student Senate.
“I want to thank you for placing your confidence in me. I will spend each and every day working to justify that confidence and to meet the high expectations for this institution I love. I look forward to working with the Board of Trustees, and the entire University community, as we begin to move on into CUNY’s next chapter together.¡Saludos!”
“Because he is a man of color and has come up through CUNY, he is able to relate and connect with students on a higher level than prior chancellors before him” – Farbod H. Moghadan, CUNY University Student Senate Vice Chair of Senior College Affairs and Student Government.
Article by Alexandra Ali
Five students were ask to reflect on their experiences in the early part of the semester.
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.
By Olivier Dumont
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.
Press Release from CUNY Chancellor About University’s Efforts to help Puerto Rico.
A selection from the 2017 CUNY Asian American Film Festival: A short silent film about an outsider, Al, breaking into a back alley speakeasy which he’ll later find out to be a place of evil.
Article by Matt Cavanagh
January 30th marked the first day of the spring, 2017 semester, and Vilma Espinoza, 23, a transfer student from the Borough of Manhattan Community College, expressed optimism.