By Miguel Rondon. In late September, Robert C. Troy, vice president...
By Cindy Vargas. I have spent a great amount of time surrounded by people looking to become fitter, and thinner. All I ever hear is “I want her body” or “I’m trying to slim down and be thinner.” I’m surprised that many people don’t seem to understand that you can’t be thin. Before you decide […]
By Percy Lujan. The Office of Community Engagement and New Student Programs organized it’s annual Turkey Trot around the South Field.
By Percy D. Luján. Four experts spoke about the stigma the formerly incarcerated face upon returning to their communities on a panel in the Faculty Dining Room on Tuesday. The panel featured state senator for the Bronx Gustavo Rivera, Vice President of Fortune Society Glenn E. Martin, philosophy professor at John Jay Myisha Cherry, and […]
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 The Meridian editor. The Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies hosted its event “Justice and Impunity in the Aftermath of Genocide” in the Library Atrium on Tuesday. The event featured two speakers: José Carlos Marroquín, a Guatemalan journalist and publisher of newspaper La Hora who was a consultant at the anti-corruption work for […]
By The Meridian editor. Lehman celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a presentation by Chicago-based academic Dr. Analia Pallares on Friday inside the East Dining Room. Pallares, a political science professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, spoke about the undocumented youth movement and the struggle of the activists and their families to challenge the […]
By Kristal Lewis. Emotions overflowed the Student Life Building on Thursday during the Rainbow Unique Showcase presented by Rainbow Alliance and the Counseling Center in honor of Coming Out Day.
By Vanessa Gonzalez. This week, Lehman’s Art Gallery opened the “Morphology of The Print” art exhibit. This exhibit allows students to see and learn about the different techniques that contemporary artist have accomplished in the medium of print.
By The Meridian editor. This week, the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship will be conducting “The Price of Life,” a city-wide and campus-based campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking around the world.
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.