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2016 CUNYAC Track & Field Championship

The CUNYAC Track & Field Championships took place on May 14, 2016 at the world famous Icahn Stadium. On the men’s side CCNY ran away with their sixth straight championship scoring 152 points, while the York Cardinals finished a close second with 145.5 points, and Hunter  College finishing a distant third with 79.5 points. 58 more words


Leader Spotlight: KarYee Au

KarYee Au graduated from The City College of New York (CCNY), receiving a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Advertising/Public Relations and Jewish Studies. She currently works as an Account Coordinator at… 426 more words


Campus Spotlight: Student Life's Social Media and Communications

The new Assistant Director of CCNY’s Student Life, Alex Gonzalez sat down with Advertising/Public Relations students in February to discuss ways to improve communications. He asked for feedback from the students regarding problems they have with student life and recommendations for boosting morale. 200 more words


CCNY Students Unwind In a Virtual Reality

City College students are feeling the pressure of final papers and exams now that there are two weeks left to the semester. With that in mind, the Entrepreneurship Club decided to treat their fellow classmates to a vacation — one that didn’t cost a single penny — with the power of virtual reality. 85 more words


City College is gorgeous!

KABOOMY!  We pop uptown to eat at a friend’s restaurant, and we get the additional treat of strolling through the campus of City College–jaaaa!!  It is so fun to wander around New York City and be reminded that there is something beautiful around nearly every corner. 198 more words

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Art Ed Profile: Jasmin Eli-Washington, Part 2

Do you think it’s possible to teach creativity to students?

They definitely can learn the technical stuff. There’s no doubt in that. Sometimes it will be difficult to teach the creative part because that’s all experience, like some things you just have to be in that moment of hearing and knowing and doing to be able to even express it in a way that’s not written or verbal. 1,961 more words

The Crippling Weight of the ‘Last Straw’

by Vince Boudreau, Dean, Colin Powell School

The Office of Student Success was our earliest and most ambitious innovation at the Colin Powell School. It represents our commitment to a goal that we cherish, and must still pursue: to ensure, insofar as possible, that no student falls through the cracks. 995 more words