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 The Meridian editor. City College closed the Guillermo Morales-Assata Shakur Community and Student Center, an educational and organizing space founded on 1989 by leftist student groups, on Sunday morning without alerting the students and activists who work inside. The Morales-Shakur Center runs independently from college control and it is administered by activists within City […]
By Miguel Rodriguez. Six CUNY students were arrested on September 17 while protesting against ex-CIA director David Patraeus during a fundraiser at Macaulay Honors College.
By Marilyn Bryant. Lehman alumni critical of the commencement ceremony format are circulating a petition proposing changing it.
By Gary Schwartz. John Rodriguez, an extraordinary natural and studied poet who wrote about his life in an open book, died this summer by his own hand.
By Percy Lujan. A contingent of about twenty students confronted former CIA director David Petraeus on Monday as he exited from his first class at the Macaulay Honors College.
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.