Tag: higher ed

It Is What It Is: An Unprecedented Fall Semester Start

The lobby of Hunter’s West Building on 68th Street and Lexington Avenue was set up as a college fair help center during the two weeks leading up to August 25, the start of the fall semester, to help students deal with the logistical realities of the reopening of the College’s on-campus classes.
First in a series. This one by Constanza Falco

CUNY Chancellor 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.

Spring Semester Begins

Article by Carlos Diaz
On a cold winter morning, January 30, 2017, the entrances of Hunter swelled with students entering the campus for the start of the spring semester. Several were interviewed about their first week of experiences and expectations.