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Destination of old published stories.


A viscerally gripping, 145-minute drama with scenes of incredible intensity, many searing, about Chama, a single mom in her early 20s, played by Melissa Barrera whose character is a system-impacted woman teetering on the edge of an abyss.

Numerous cinema accolades : NY HBO Latino Film Festival – Winner of Best Film; Las Cruces International Film Festival – Winner of Best Film & Grand Jury Prize; Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival – Winner of Best Editing; Santa Fe Independent Film Festival – Winner of Best Film; Ojai International Film Festival – Honorable Mention Best Director; Seattle Latino Film Festival – Honorable Mention Best Film, Best Director.
Review by Gregg W. Morris

What Hunter Students Told WORD Reporters about the 2022 Midterm Elections – First Article in a Series

College students voted in unusually large numbers, boosting the Democrats narrow 2022 midterm victories, according to NPR, the nonprofit news service Stateline of the Pew Charitable Trusts, CIRCLE and several other non-partisan news organizations. Two Hunter students and a Hunter NYPIRG coordinator were interviewed by this reporter about the 2022 midterm elections.
Article by Milan Dupuy.

The Who, What, When, Where and Why Q&A of the Acting Director of the Dr. Murray and Anna C. Rockowitz Writing Center at Hunter College– Part 1

At the start of the this fall semester, RWC Acting Director Jack Kenigsberg emailed faculty a friendly heads-up that one of the College’s invaluable resources for students was opened for business. “It’s hard to believe we’re on the cusp of a new academic year,” he wrote. “The past year was incredibly difficult for me, and for too many of my students, so I can only hope that this one will be easier.” – Q & A by Jude Rollinson. A three-part series.