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Review: When I Get To Where I’m Going

By Kristopher Charles. On May 10 an enthusiastic audience of all ages took a trip back in time inside the Music Building Recital Hall during the musical “When I Get To Where I’m Going.”

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The Trigger Warning Debate

  By Ana Torres. Trigger warnings are previews given to students who have experienced traumatic experiences. Professors allow students brace themselves or avoid sections of the text.

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Lehman’s Rookie of the Year

By Gabriel Lorenzo. Freshmen guard for the Lighting Women’s Basketball team Amely del Rosario was named Rookie of the Year for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Metro Region.

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On Coming Out

By Stefanie. Nobody really knows what to expect when coming out to their parents. When is the right time? What is the best choice of words? Mustering up the courage to come out is difficult enough for most adolescents – the action itself is the most dreadful. But, if you wait too long, it only […]

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Guitar Passions of Sharon Isbin

By Kristopher Charles. Grammy award winning guitarist Sharon Isbin performed on Sunday, March 23, at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. The show took the audience on an emotional musical journey from the extensive mountains of Andalusia to the beaches of Copacabana. The journey began in Spain with a piece inspired by the Roma […]

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In the Heights

Tatianna Gonzalez. On March 19, Lehman students performed the 2008 Tony Award winning Broadway musical In the Heights, by Lin Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes.

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New Slate Elected for Student Government

The slate Students Serving Students (S3) won the 2014 student elections. The unofficial ballot count is 489 ballots cast. S3 was the only running slate. The following are the names of the officers who will be serving in the executive board, and the unofficial count of the amount of “yes” votes they obtained. Cyrille Njikeng, President – 431 yes votes […]

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The Voices of the Silenced

By Amy Alvarez, Ruben Zorillo, Rosa Rodriguez, Melissa Duran and Claudia Oviedo from the Social Work Department. Because of the punitive tactics of the immigration policies in the US policy, undocumented Latinas are at disadvantage when facing domestic violence. The NYPD responds to 250,000 domestic incidents annually or around 600 calls per day. There are […]

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Film Review: Need for Speed

By Kayla Ross. The family friendly film Need for Speed is an action drama film packed with pleasure.  Need for Speed is based on a video game known for its luxury cars, reckless driving and stunts. Directed by former stunt-performer turned director Scott Waugh (Act of Valor), Disney’s film captures this eagerness through a tale […]

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Baseball Lightning Strikes Out

By Gabriel Lorenzo. The Lehman Lightning Baseball team has struggled lately, having lost nine consecutive games. The team is particularly weak on offense and the mound. On their current losing streak, The Lehman Lightning’s opponents have averaged 10.2 runs and 9.1 hits a game.

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