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  • Artist Daniel Buren Brings Dazzling Color to Hunter Skyways

    April 5, 2016 | Hunter College

    Traveling from the East Campus to the West has gotten much more colorful. On March 24th, a long-planned site-specific installation project was completed, turning the glass halls of Hunter’s skyways into a kaleidoscopic rainbow. The visionary behind these large, bright prisms is internationally acclaimed artist Daniel Buren, famous for his provocative, illuminating installations and for […]

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  • Hunter Juniors Win Public Affairs Summer Fellowships at Princeton and Carnegie Mellon

    March 2, 2016 | Hunter College

    Hunter congratulates Christian F. Sebastien Dalencourt ’17 and Joy Nuga ’17, the newly announced recipients of prestigious, nationally competitive Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowships. As PPIA Fellows, both will spend the summer of 2016 completing intensive studies in economics, statistics, domestic/international policy and leadership development – Dalencourt at Princeton, and Nuga at Carnegie Mellon. […]

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  • Hunter Congratulates Harold Holzer, Winner of the 2016 Goldsmith Book Prize

    February 9, 2016 | Hunter College

    Harold Holzer, the Jonathan F. Fanton Director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, is the recipient of the 2016 Goldsmith Book Prize. The prize is awarded annually by the Shorenstein Center of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. The prize honors Holzer for his book Lincoln and the Power of the […]

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  • First Roosevelt House Special Exhibit to Showcase Rare, Original Relics from the Women’s Suffrage Movement

    January 7, 2016 | Hunter College

    Women Take the Lead: From Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Eleanor Roosevelt, Suffrage to Human Rights, on view, free to public, January 14-April 2, 2016 (NEW YORK, DECEMBER 28)—For its first special exhibition since re-opening six years ago, The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College will present, beginning January 14, a loan show of original […]

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  • Keep That Doctor Appointment, Hunter Professor David Himmelstein Urges

    January 7, 2016 | Hunter College

    Are routine medical checkups just a waste of time for healthy people?  The notion has been creeping into recent clinical thinking and practice. However, Professor David Himmelstein of Hunter’s School of Urban Public Health, lead author of a study published in the January issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine, has come to the opposite […]

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  • Professor William Solecki’s Report Presented at Climate Change Conference in Paris

    December 15, 2015 | Hunter College

    Hunter’s William Solecki, professor of geography and founding director of the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities, has co-edited a wide-reaching and authoritative new report on climate change. The report’s Summary for City Leaders was just released at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, where representatives from 195 nations met to attempt to […]

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  • Hunter’s Annual Athletics Homecoming

    December 15, 2015 | Hunter College

      On Friday, December 4, students, alumni, faculty, and staff turned out in large numbers for the annual Athletics Homecoming, a day to celebrate athleticism and sportsmanship in the Hunter community. Among the highlights was a pep rally  hosted by the Undergraduate Student Government, where current students ga  thered to cheer on the Hawks as […]

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  • Hunter Symphony and Jazz Ensemble Celebrate the Frank Sinatra Centennial

    December 15, 2015 | Hunter College

    This month, singers and musicians everywhere have been celebrating Sinatra’s 100th birthday. There have been tribute shows of every size, on all kinds of stages. And when it came to presenting a show that honored the great artist in the best possible way, Hunter proved to be A number one, top of the heap. On […]

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  • Hunter’s Juan Sánchez Has New Exhibition at BRIC House

    December 8, 2015 | Hunter College

    Professor Juan Sánchez,juan_sanchezNW an influential artist and longtime member of the Hunter faculty, has a new solo exhibition in Brooklyn. His show, ¿What’s the Meaning of This?, runs through December 27 at BRIC House, 647 Fulton Street.

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  • Better Living through Chemistry and 3D Printing: CHEM 291 Students Present Pioneering Research

    December 8, 2015 | Hunter College

    New scientific research is thriving at Hunter – among students as well as faculty.  Guided by Hunter’s eminent teacher-scholars in high-tech campus laboratories, undergrads are designing and conducting their own original studies in rapidly advancing fields like biochemistry and neuroscience. For young scholars planning careers in research and medicine, one prized mentor is Mandë Holford, […]

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