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Stitches Through Time

By Dylan Moloney. To honor Black History Month, The Leonard Lief Library hosted an exhibit of Underground Railroad Quilts throughout the entire month of February. The exhibit, “Above the Underground Railroad, Stories in Quilt and Canvas,” featured the multimedia artwork of Robert Charles Hudson.

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Lehman Art Gallery Honors The Comics

By Dylan Moloney. The Lehman College Art Gallery’s latest exhibit examines the work of over 20 artists all dedicated to one of the oldest and most popular forms of art: comics. “Under the Influence: The Comics” features art pieces dedicated to the style and energy of comic books.

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The Two Must-Haves of the Season: Boots and Coats

Jarleen Samboy takes a look at the latest fashion on campus.

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Lehman Organizes New Student Orientation

By Percy Lujan. Incoming Lehman students, the majority being transfer students, filled the first floor of the Music Building on January 24th, where campus organizations set up tables to inform students about their programs.

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Holiday Fashion Trends

Fernando Uraga takes a look at the latest fashion on campus.

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Students Defend Equal Rights for Blood Donations

By Shabel Castro.

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Fall Fashion Frenzy – November Edition

  By Fernando Uraga.

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Slideshow: Fall Fashion Frenzy

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Ready! Set! Run!

By Shabel Castro. “Ready….Set…and Go!” As soon as these three words were said during September’s Run/Run Walk, approximately 98 students and faculty members took their first steps during the sixth semi annual event as the song “Stronger” by Kanye West was played in the background.

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Hurricane Irene Hits Students Hard

By Shabel Castro. New York City geared up for one of the biggest natural disasters to hit since 1985—Hurricane Irene. Mayor Michael Bloomberg continued to warn us to prepare for the worst, as supermarkets were filled with panicked customers, and flights were cancelled.

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