The 49th Annual CUNYAC Community College Women’s Basketball Championship kicked off today with a matchup between the #1 seeded Queensborough Tigers and the Bronx Broncos. Earlier this month, the Tigers and Broncos faced off in Bayside. Queensborough came out on top with a 69-44 win.
This year’s CUNYAC Men’s Basketball Championship was dubbed the “Battle of the Bronx” as the Bronx Broncos faced the Hostos Caimans for the 2014 title. Last time the two met, on February 11th, Hostos came out on top with a 91-59 victory.
Interim Chancellor William P. Kelly offers an update on the Performance Management Process, (PMP) introduced in 2000 to link planning and goal-setting by the University and it’s colleges and to measure progress toward those goals. This year, the University “embarked on streamlining the PMP… to make the process more efficient and meaningful,” says Kelly. The Interim Chancellor reports on the Cross Campus Initiative, which will include a Faculty Leadership Academy to be launched in the spring, and also announces a record number of more than 5,700 applications for the Macaulay Honors College.
Public meeting of the Board of Trustees, February 24, 2014.
Companies that make fatty foods, cigarettes, alcohol and prescription drugs are plaguing public health, leading to thousands of preventable deaths, says Nicholas Freudenberg, Distinguished Professor at CUNY School of Public Health and Hunter College. His new book, Lethal But Legal: Corporations, Consumption, and Protecting Public Health, discusses deceptive marketing tactics and how the public can fight back.
From Colonial collars and Quaker hats to miniskirts and Muslim headscarves, our clothing — and hair — often have become issues for U.S. courts, says CUNY Law School professor Ruthann Robson. In her new book, Dressing Constitutionally: Hierarchy, Sexuality, and Democracy from Our Hairstyles to Our Shoes, Robson examines nudity cases, saggy pants in schools and recent battles of transgender teens dressing for the prom.
Interim Chancellor William P. Kelly testifies on the 2014-15 State executive budget proposal before The New York State Senate Finance And Assembly Ways And Means Committees.
For the month of January, Hunter College’s women’s basketball senior Kristen Markoe has been named the CUNYAC/Hospital for Special Surgery Scholar-Athlete of the Month. A four-year, full-merit Macaulay Honors College student, Markoe has earned a spot on the Dean’s List all of her eight semesters as a Hawk. Boasting a 3.781 GPA, the psychology major […]
The 2014 CUNYAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship concluded at the Lehman College Apex with CSI claiming the title. The Dolphins finished with an overall total of 971 team points. On the women’s side, Baruch College Women’s Swimming team took home their fifth straight conference championship title with an overall team score of 973 points.
One of the most successful Grammy Award-winning American folk singers says she has had her own share of personal challenges. “I was drinking myself to death. I had top 10 hits. Everything was just fine except I couldn’t work and people just didn’t know it,” says Collins, speaking at the Hunter College Roosevelt House Public […]