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Love in the Age of Technology

By Aidan Cooper. We have all seen the commercials where the two 30-somethings discuss how they have always been unhappy and left unsatisfied with the modern dating scene. Then, those two now lovers go on to say how remarkable “[insert online dating service here]” has been in meeting the once elusive love of their life. […]

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Radio Station Promotes With Party

By Elayna Pellicier. The Lehman College Radio Station hosted a party event on Friday, Feb. 20, inside the Game Room, also known as the “Bat Cave”, in the basement of the Student Life Building.

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CUNY to Limit Student Activism

Kristal Lewis. The CUNY administration proposed a new policy on expressive conduct to set limitations to the ways students can organize demonstrations on campus.  

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Interim Chancellor Opposes Academic Boycott on Israel

Eric Nava-Perez. On Dec. 27, CUNY’s Interim Chancellor William P. Kelly released a statement condemning the American Studies Association’s (ASA) decision to support the ongoing U.S. Campaign for the Academic & Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI.)

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SGA Pays “Price of Silence”

Kristal Lewis. The Student Government Association (SGA) allocated a $7,000 budget for this year’s production of “Price of Silence.” The SGA had tabled the first budget proposal last semester. The SGA asked Jason Jeremias, the creator of “Price of Silence,” for a more detailed proposal due to problems with the budget checks during last year’s […]

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CSI Outswims Lightning at Championships

Basilisa Alonso. The men’s Lightning team entered the 2014 CUNY Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships as defending champions but were edged out by the Staten Island Dolphins. The Women’s Lightning team rounded out the 2014 season in sixth place.

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Mexican Artist Showcases Her Work in the Bronx

Tatianna Gonzalez. Mexican visual artist Alejandra Regalado gave an artist talk on Saturday, Jan. 11 about her exhibition “In Reference To: MexicanWomen of New York” at the Pregones Theater in the Bronx. The photo series featured images of Mexican women who immigrated to the United States. The series included 500 portraits and 500 still-live images […]

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Director Jason Jeremias Speaks About “Price of Silence”

Albert Dankwa. The play “Price of Silence,” created in 2010 by Jason Jeremias, combines music, acting, and dance into a show narrating the domestic violence, oppression, and rape faced by women around the world. 

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When Cupid Strikes

Cristian Santana. Whether you’re celebrating your first or fifteenth Valentine’s Day there’s always some pressure to come up with something special. 

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Vegetarianism 101

Rosa Maria Rojas. The new semester is here and many college students are starting new diets and workout plans.

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