Author: The WORD
What Should Hunter Students Expect of the New CUNY Chancellor, Felix V. Matos Rodriguez
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.
New CUNY Chancellor’s First Day at Work “Greetings”
“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!”
Civil Rights and Census Advocates Highlight Need to Keep the Citizenship Question Off the 2020 Census
“The 2020 Census is our only chance in a decade for a fair and accurate count of our communities. Census data are used in countless ways to ensure that our families and communities have the resources and services that they need.”
Russian Film Week in New York City, December 8-14
This year’s diverse program of 14 films includes Russia’s submission for the 2019 Academy Awards®, SOBIBOR, directed by, and starring, Konstantin Khabensky; ANNA KARENINA: VRONSKY’S STORY, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov; a dramatic biopic THE STORY OF ONE APPOINTMENT, directed by Avdotya Smirnova. Visiting filmmakers and actors include filmmaker Alexey Uchitel, founder of Rock Studio Films; directors Karen Shakhnazarov, Olya Zueva, Susanna Alperina, and many others.
Back Up Information for the 2018 Midterm Elections
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A Scoop on the Midterm Elections: A Resource Guide for Students
This year, all 435 U.S. House of Representative seats, as well as 35 Senate seats, are up for grabs. In New York State, voters will also be deciding on the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, State Assembly and State Senate.