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Men’s Soccer Blanked By Centenary in Scrimmage

By Ralph Chery, Contributor | 

City College, last year’s CUNYAC soccer champions, started their preseason campaign with a 3-0 loss to the Centenary College Cyclones in a scrimmage at Mayo Field (N.J.) on Wednesday afternoon. 647 more words

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Unique Characters Look to Join CCNY Soccer Champs

By Ralph Chery, Contributor | 

Nine months after winning the CUNYAC championship, the City College Men’s soccer team is back on the field in seek of new additions to their championship roster. 621 more words

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Forgiving all US student loan debt sounds amazing. Here's why it's a terrible idea

The United States economy faces many challenges, but student debt isn’t one of them. It’s true, total outstanding student debt is $1.26 trillion, far larger than car loans, which are $1.1 trillion or credit card debt, weighing in at $0.73 trillion. 589 more words

Profile Response: William B. Helmreich, Sociologist, New York, NY

When William Helmreich was a kid growing up in New York City, he and his father played a game they called ‘Last Stop.’ “We would ride to the end of the subway line, get off and explore the neighborhood. 905 more words

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Profile Response: Hillary Brown, New York, NY

If books reveal affinities among people, Hillary Brown and I are twins. I never met anyone whose library is so similar to mine. There is a certain logic in this. 514 more words

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Person Of Interest: Lisa S. Coico

This has been a rough year, and many wish it would end. That goes double for City College President Lisa S. Coico, who recently found herself in hot water. 252 more words

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On Graduation

If you’ve never been to a CCNY graduation, you should come.

All graduations are joyous events; all graduations affect transitions between years of preparation and a world rife with new possibilities.  736 more words

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