By: Sasha Murphy The Student Government Association’s elections closed with only a few hundred students at the voting polls.
By Adavie Guitierrez. Student journalists from five senior colleges sat at a round table discussion in the Graduate School of Journalism on March 1 for a briefing on Pathways.
By Percy D. Luján A week before the start of the spring semester, adjunct professor Theresa Murphy received unpleasant news. Her class, a course called Black Women in America, was given to another professor, which left her without any course to teach at Lehman.
By Ashley N. Ortiz. For women leaders on campus there is still work to be done to engage more women in politics.
By: Shabel Castro For Arbur Ruci and his two friends it was just another night at the City College Library checking their Facebooks while logging into Blackboard.
By: Natisha Jordan. On February 13, a tribute was held to honor historical civil rights activist, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with the theme “Fulfilling the Dream” at the Lovinger Theater.
by Sasha Murphy. Since its foundation as the “Free Academy” in 1870, CUNY has become the battleground for Black and Latino student militancy in this city.
by Percy D. Luján. The growling stomachs of Lehman students received a surprise on the first week of class, but it was no banquet.
by Percy D. Luján. The long delayed renovation of the Student Life Building is set to finish by the end of Spring Break, but a look inside the facility reveals the changes made.
By Sasha Murphy - Additional reporting by Adavie Gutierrez “ I’ve never seen devastation like this,” said a New Community College student from the destitute community of Cabrera, Kenya, as he revisited the areas affected by Sandy with members of Lehman’s Office of Community Engagement.