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Lehman Student Leadership Visits Albany

“Building the Future: Embrace economic Development to Empower Our People.” The event was hosted by members of the Black and Puerto Rican, Hispanic, & Asian Legislative Caucus of the New York State Government.

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Bosta Dugic on Education and the Music Industry

Many students at Lehman College dream of a career in the mainstream music industry but don’t know where to turn for advice on how the system works. Ask Bosta Dugic.

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The African Side of Lehman College

Bronx, NY Feb 17, 2006 – From the drumbeats, to the dancing, to clothing, and especially the people; one might believe that they were in Africa.

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Lady Lightning Lose Heartbreaker to Baruch Bearcats

Bronx, NY – M.V.P candidate Chiresse Paradise scored 22 points as the Bearcats beat the Lightning in a nail biter with a final score of 62-58.

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Annual Tuition Increases to Fund CUNY Compact

Think you’re paying too much tuition now? If the CUNY Compact goes into effect, all Lehman students can expect tuition increases each year.

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White, Black and Then There Was Brown:

In 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education confirmed that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. The ruling sought to eliminate prejudice and discrimination within the nation’s educational system.

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Lightning Record Their First Conference Victory Over the York Cardinals

After a long season of struggle, the Women Lightning recorded their first victory in a Conference Dual Meet with York College by the score of 97 – 71. Leading the team were veterans Carmen Liriano and Quy Kim Ho, as well asnewcomer Chia Schonberg. The three swimmers combined for 56 of the 97 points…

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Amy Ruston Automatically Qualifies For Nationals With Fastest Time In Division III, Clocking In At 2:11.41

Cambridge, Mass – Lehman College’s Amy Ruston continued her fine indoor season competing at the GBTC Invitational held at the Gordon Track on the campus of Harvard University.

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Lightning Fall To City Tech In Double Overtime

Brooklyn, NY – Junior forward Otis Saylee (Seward Park / New York, NY) hit a jumper with 1:16 remaining in the second overtime and two free throws to ice the game with 0:17 left to lead New York City College of Technology over Lehman College, 80-77 in men’s basketball today at the victor’s Klitgord Center. Saylee, a preseason CUNYAC first-team selection,..

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White, Black and Then There Was Brown

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