What You’re Reading Isn’t Safe

The very thing you hold in your hands rests in an ideology that posits the words of journalistically bound individuals as not only vital but worthy of defense.

Editor’s Note: November, 2018

I am pleased and honored to present the subsequent pages for your viewing. Our staff has spent countless hours crafting the following words, sentences, and paragraphs for you to experience – take a breath, grab some tea, and let’s get going.

Bringing Hockey Home to Harlem

Forty-seven years ago in October of 1971, The Campus published an article entitled “Icemen Skate Past Stony Brook 6-0; Tagarelli Stars with Hat Trick Magic.” Decades later, The City College of New York is without a hockey team.

Editor’s Note: October, 2018

Here at The Campus we know that there is power in visibility for groups that are systematically unseen in social, political, and academic circles.

Editor’s Note: September, 2018

My name is Katie Herchenroeder and I am thrilled to serve Harlem and The City College of New York community as this year’s Editor in Chief.

Non-Tenured Professors: A love for teaching, a lack of funds

City University of New York adjuncts are compensated around the same amount as part-time minimum wage workers in NYC. When examining how a nation, state, and city value higher education, it is inherently imperative to look at the ways the system is treating those that enrich that environment.

#MeToo on College Campuses

One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college; more than 90% of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report the assault; and 63.3% of men at one university who self-reported acts qualifying as rape or attempted rape admitted to committing repeat rapes, according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.