Featured News Posts

Our Stories

Lehman College: Home Sweet Home

Like a favorite pair of comfortable jeans, Japanese Language Professor Asako Tochika easily slips right into her tenth year of teaching at Lehman College. Tochika is a Lecturer in the Department of Language and Literatures, and she embraces her role as a teacher here now as much as she did the first day on the job.

Continue Reading →

Bronx Greenies and Goliath

The Bronx Coalition for Parks and Green Spaces hosted its twelfth annual Bronx Parks Speak Up! on March 4th at Lehman College to share their concerns about the condition of Bronx parks and waterways.

Continue Reading →

CUNY Students Visit DC Over Immigration Bill

CUNY students congregated in the west lawn of the Capitol building along with other immigrant advocates to join in a common voice asking for humane immigration laws.

Continue Reading →

Are My Tuition Dollars Being Used?

The Budget and Long Range Planning Committee at Lehman College has held a series of meetings in the past couple of months to get some answers to what happened with the fiscal year 2005 tuition revenue. The Vice Chancellor for CUNY Budget and Finance, Mr.

Continue Reading →

Lack of Funding for Student Activities Raises Possibility of Increased Fees

March 8, 2006 – For more than a decade the issue of raising Lehman College’s student activity fees has yet been addressed. Yet as economic inflation continues to rise in the United States and available student resources on the campus continue to decline, the question reemerges during a secession of the Lehman College Student Conference, Wednesday.

Continue Reading →

ELECTION UPDATE

Candidates in the upcoming Lehman College Student Elections introduced themselves at a debate in the Music Building Cafeteria.

Continue Reading →

SPECIAL ADD-IN: UPCOMING ELECTIONS

Christian Ejekpokpo, Alan Gonzalez and Jackson Ude are all running for President of the Campus Association for Student Activities (C.A.S.A), Student Election. It is up to the students to vote and determine who will represent them next year. The election will take place on April 25 through April 27th.

Continue Reading →

String of Robberies Prompts Concern

With the recent thefts on and off campus, Lehman Public Safety has been under fire by students questioning what Public Safety is doing to assure the safety of the Lehman faculty and student body. On January 30, a student reported that her cell phone was snatched by a group of teenagers while she was using it, walking southbound on Jerome Avenue.

Continue Reading →

Clap it up for Gonzalez!

Spoken word artist David Gonzalez captivated Lehman students during his March 23rd performance at the Studio Theatre.

Continue Reading →

Review: Darwin at AMNH

At the Museum of Natural History. now through May 29th, see Charles Robert Darwin’s phenomenal discoveries of live animals from South America.

Continue Reading →