Tag: Hunter College

“So, How Were Your First Few Weeks at Hunter?”

Article by Caroline Ash
Jamie Davis, a British student in her third semester of the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies program, popularly known as the CUNY BA program, said her first week of classes “was a bit hectic” due to a class registration problem. She was one of several people interviewed about their early weeks of the semester as part of a series of WORD stories about the campus starting its new academic year.

“If you learn and you focus and study many hours, you can achieve.”

Article by Christine Vivar
Three students – Farhan Chowdery, 22, a senior and psychology major, Ummay Zahan Amina, 18, a freshman and fulltime biology major and Klodiana Shehu, 42, a junior majoring in Italian – were interviewed for their opinions and observations about the first few weeks of classes at Hunter, one of several WORD articles about the beginning of the semester.

Welcome Week 2017

Article by Olivia Pawlowski
From August 25 to September 6, the campus celebrated its longstanding Welcome Week tradition to usher in the start of a new academic school year. Coordinated by the Undergraduate Student Government, the week-long event offered students a chance to ease into a new semester.

Campus Kicking into Higher Gear for Start of Academic Year

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.

Si Se Puede, Yes We Can

Article by Marjorie Fajardo
Growing up as an undocumented teenager in a country that portrays me as a criminal has been a challenging experience, like I’m not wanted in the country I live in.