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  • Stations of the Cross: public art project with installation at CCNY opens February 14

    February 8, 2018 | City College

    Stations of the Cross, a unique public art project, takes visitors on a creative contemplative and spiritual journey through Manhattan. The Lenten season exhibition weaves through 14 religious and secular art spaces, from The Cloisters museum in Inwood to The City College of New York in Harlem to the National September 11 Memorial in Lower Manhattan. Each installation, or station, along the trail breaks open the final journey of Jesus as a man, inviting people of all faiths to consider injustice across the human experience with a focus on migration and the plight of immigrants and refugees.

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  • Black History Month 2018 Events at CCNY

    January 31, 2018 | City College

    This year’s City College of New York Black History Month celebration includes a short film showing, African drumming sessions, live performances, panel discussions as well as an art exhibition. The events are presented by the Department of Student Life and Leadership Development and the Black Studies Program in the Division of Humanities and the Arts.

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  • Free Blood Pressure Check Feb 7th at CCNY Mini-Medical School

    January 30, 2018 | City College

    According to the CDC, about 1 in 3 Americans have high blood pressure, which puts them at increased risk for heart disease and stroke – the first and third leading causes of death in the US.

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  • Spring courses make a splash on CCNY’s campus

    January 26, 2018 | City College

    With the winter winds subsiding, CCNY Beavers are back on campus engaging in new and exciting courses at The City College of New York. As classes begin, the entire campus is rocking their school spirit on Tuesdays for Gear Up, CCNY!

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  • CCNY IUSL scientists study optical biopsy tool that detects disease in seconds.

    January 24, 2018 | City College

    Today, it is standard practice to detect many diseases through MRIs, PETs, X-rays, or CAT scans. But all of these medical imaging methods include some risk of radiation and take hours – if not days – to get results. Most importantly, the level of information they provide is lacking because it is not at the molecular level.

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  • “The Future of Humanity” and other CCNY titles

    January 22, 2018 | City College

    “The Future of Humanity,” is the title of renowned physicist Michio Kaku’s latest book, one of new and forthcoming releases by City College of New York faculty. It will be published on Feb. 1.

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  • Grove School at CCNY receives $1M anonymous gift

    January 18, 2018 | City College

    City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, the only public school of engineering in the city, is the recipient of a $1 million anonymous gift. The largesse creates a permanent endowed fund to provide scholarships and other support for Grove School students.

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  • CCNY study explores why antidepressants don’t work for half of the people taking them

    January 17, 2018 | City College

    According to the World Health Organization more than three hundred million people worldwide suffer from depression. Unfortunately, the antidepressants commonly used to treat them only work for 50% of the population.

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  • Princeton Review lists CCNY among top colleges that pay you back

    January 16, 2018 | City College

    The City College of New York is one of the nation’s best schools for students seeking a superb education with great career preparation and at an affordable price according to The Princeton Review®. The Review lists CCNY in its 2018 annual guide “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck,” (Penguin Random House / Princeton Review Books) published today.

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  • City College’s András Kiséry wins NEH faculty award for research

    January 12, 2018 | City College

    András Kiséry’s proposal for a profound study of the dissemination and consumption of English literature between the 16th and 18th centuries is a winner with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It’s earned The City College of New York English associate professor a highly competitive $50,400 NEH award for research leading to publication of a book on the subject.

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