By Miguel Rondon. In late September, Robert C. Troy, vice president for Enrollment Management and Associate Provost, sent an email blast to the student body that read, “Academic Minors No Longer Required for Graduation.”
By Brenda Leon. This November, Spanish human rights lawyer Sofia Duyos-Alvarez came to speak in the Library Atrium about the Guatemalan genocide trials.
By Alejandro Paulino. Early last month Lehman hosted the first Hip-Hop Educational Summit in its history featuring hip-hop scholars and entertainers discussing the contributions of this cultural phenomenon.
By Kristal Lewis. New Mexico native Tony Feher presents 25 years of his art in a self-titled exhibit at the Bronx Museum.
By Alejandro Paulino. Melvin “Grave” Guzman does not normally use canvases or paintbrushes in his artwork; he instead pieces his installations from materials and scenes found in many parts of the city.
By Lorena Cabrera. The Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble came to Lehman to introduce the vivid expressions of the Eastern-European country’s culture to Bronx audiences.
By Janitza Medina. Despite what most students might think, the first step to saving money is to realize that you don’t need much to start out with.
By Kristal Lewis. October kicked off with a new marketplace for health insurance plans said to benefit all Americans. Apart from the technical difficulties with the website (healthcare.gov) students and other applicants are now stuck trying to decide which plan is better for them and how they will pay for it. When it comes to […]
By Aidan Cooper. Over 250 students from over a dozen colleges and universities in the New York area squeezed through the Music Building doors on Saturday, November 9 to take advantage of the Health School Fair
By Cristian Santana. Before you “join” the Lehman gym, you want to know what it is offering to make your workout that much better.