Exciting Things On Deck for Baseball: How to prepare and what to expect in Spring

CCNY Beavers Baseball is ready to win. All year they have been preparing for this upcoming season. They’ve woken up at the crack of dawn, held multiple workouts throughout the day, and pushed themselves to be the best ball-players they can be. Arango captures their fire and unity going forward when he shares, “we all have one goal and that is to go out to the field and give it our best to get the W.”

Defending a 160-Year Legacy: Overcoming Uncertainty at the Departmental Level

Change and transition has dominated the City College of New York this past year. Ever since former president Lisa Coico’s resignation in October, the students, faculty, and administration have had the daunting task of adapting to their surroundings. The investigations about Coico’s resignation have not yet been finalized.

Thanksgiving in Splitsville: The Life of Being a Child of Divorce

In the few minutes it will take you to read this article, 10 marriages in the U.S. will end. That’s 10 more families that have to figure out how to deal with traditional family events, such as Thanksgiving. 10 more families attempting to sustain the love that comes with the holiday season. 10 more forced laughs, football rivalries, awkward hellos, painful goodbyes, and 10 more turkeys.

Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez Named as CUNY Chancellor

On Wednesday, February 13, The City University of New York Board of Trustees voted to appoint Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez as the Chancellor of the esteemed institution. Matos Rodríguez, who has been the president of Queens College since 2014, will make history as the first Latino and minority educator to head the University. 

HOW 9 SECTORS ARE ENGAGING WITH D&I

On March 29, in the heart of Manhattan, dozens of scholars on diversity and inclusion (D+I) met to discuss the current state of affairs and how to improve upon such. Organizers held the meeting at the City University of New York Graduate Center, an institution itself dedicated to D+I. [continue reading]

Collegiate Diversity Generates Change at Invention Corps

On Thursday November 2, students from all academic backgrounds competed in a “Design Hunt” put on by Invention Corps of The City College of New York (CCNY). During the event, participants were tasked with creating resourceful solutions to systems on campus. [continue reading]

Uncertainty Surrounds Vincent Boudreau’s Title at CCNY

Since October 13, 2016, the word “Interim” has been used 90 times in emails sent out to the entire population of The City College of New York (CCNY).

With what seems like constant transitions, the students, faculty, and the administration are left in a state of perpetual confusion. This disorientation has been lasting for an entire year. [continue reading]

DACA: What You Need to Know Now

“We have 6 months. Let’s not waste a single day merely bemoaning the stubborn and cruel decision to end DACA and throw the lives and families of nearly 800,000 Americans into chaos and insecurity,” Boudreau shared. “We have 6 months to develop a plan of action to defend our Dreamers, and that means we must get busy from day one.” [continue reading]