Writers, poets and journalists from across Latin America will hold readings and panel discussions on the state of Latino literature and its influences in the media, politics and culture. Authors will visit Hostos on Wed., October 10, and Lehman on Thurs., October 11.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), will speak 3 p.m. Thursday, September 27 in The Great Hall of The City College of New York. His talk, “Why NATO Matters to You,” looks at how NATO deals with emerging security challenges and contributes to global security.
“Finding Common Ground,” a plan for the Nicodemus National Historic Site in Nicodemus, Kan., produced by a studio of first-year graduate landscape architecture students in The City College of New York’s Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, received one of two awards of excellence in “Parks for the People,” a student competition to reimagine America’s National Parks.
Shena Joseph of Hunter and Mediha Mulla of CSI, women tennis players, outshine the rest this week and earn weekly awards…Shena Joseph has been named the CUNYAC/Hospital for Special Surgery Women’s Tennis Player of the Week…Mediha Mulla has be…
The reigning Runner of the Year is back after having an outstanding week at the Bard College Invitational. Elizabeth Mahoney has been named the CUNYAC/US Army Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week ..Brooke King, a first year member of the John Jay …
The Institute for Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Lasers (IUSL) at The City College of New York, a pioneering center for photonic science and technology, will commemorate three decades of research into the generation and harnessing of light with a celebratory conference in October.
John Aiken has been announced the CUNYAC/US Army Men’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week for the second consecutive time….John Jay College freshman, Bassel Ahmad, was announced the CUNYAC/US Army Men’s Cross Country Rookie of the Week for the third c…
The Murphy Institute at the School of Professional Studies is delighted to announce that Dr. Eugene Murphy has joined the school to lead Advancing the Field of Labor Relations in China, an initiative that will be funded by a $1.5 million U.S. State Department grant.
Pajtim Gjonbalaj has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Men’s Soccer Player of the Week. In three games this week, the junior scored four goals including two game winners…Danny Hernandez has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Men’…
Samantha Guillen has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Women’s Soccer Player of the Week. In three games this week, the New Jersey native compiled six goals, three assists, and a game winning goal…Shani Abrahams has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Wo…
Melinda Santiago has been named the CUNYAC/Metro PCS Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week.The senior impressed against conference rival Hunter as Baruch won 3-0 and maintained their unblemished conference record….Imani Dubois has been named th…
Long Island City, NY— Faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the College gathered in the Jacob K. Javits Center North on September 21 to celebrate the conferring of degrees on LaGuardia Community College’s 40th graduating class, the Class of 2012. This year, the College graduated 2,500 students. To view photos of the ceremony, visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lagccalumni/sets/72157631576161864/ […]
Fiterman Hall’s path from Point A—when it first opened in 1993, to Point B—when the new Miles and Shirley Fiterman Hall officially re-opened on August 27, 2012, wasn’t an easy one.
However, Fiterman Hall would have never been rebuilt after 9/11 if it weren’t for New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and the Community Advisory Committee, who willed Fiterman Hall to thrive.
On September 19, students, staff, faculty and friends of BMCC gathered in Icarus Plaza at the entrance to the college’s main campus building on Chambers Street, donned cobalt-blue BMCC T-shirts and walked in a procession down Greenwich Street to The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Hall.
September 21, 2012, Bronx, New York – In the 39 years since Bronx Community College moved to its green carpet of a campus, overlooking the Harlem River, in the borough’s University Heights section, there has never been major new construction—until today. Under a sun-filled September sky, the ribbon draped before North Hall and Library was […]
By Erin Horan Class of 2012 Planet Money Correspondent Robert Smith spoke to students at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism this month on the art of crafting a 45-second radio spot. The veteran journalist, previously a New York based NPR correspondent, debunked the myth that shorter stories have less substance. “There’s more room for […]
Roald Hoffmann, winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and escapee from a Nazi labor camp in Poland, will speak on “Returning, Remembering, Forgiving,” at New York City College of Technology (City Tech) on Thursday, November 8, 12:45 p.m. This event commemorates Kristallnacht, the coordinated attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria that took place November 9-10, 1938.
The School of Professional Studies is delighted to announce that Linda Ames Key, a graduate of the School’s M.A. in Applied Theatre program, has been named a Fulbright Specialist.
September 18, 2012, Bronx, New York — With the opening of the North Hall and Library on the campus of Bronx Community College of the City University of New York, the Bronx borough can boast of a library that bristles with the most modern means of accumulating and distributing information. The building welcomed its first […]
Bronx, New York–For some thirty years, Bronx-born artist Daniel Hauben has found his muse no further away than the edifices, subway stations, and skylines adjacent to avenues like Fordham Road, the Grand Concourse, and the streets surrounding Yankee Stadium. Now Hauben brings his unique artistic vision to the crowning achievement of his career thus far—the […]