In Memoriam: Dr. Henry Augustine and Lyudmila Karapetyan

At the close of a universally heart-rending year, City College has lost two prominent and beloved faculty members. Dr. Henry Augustine and Lyudmila Karapetyan, each in their own way, knit themselves tightly into the City College community, now threadbare and grieving.

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Tending Florists and Horticulturists in Harsh Seasons

“We are not really able to do a good job of training people to work in our industries without an in person learning experience,” Brown laments, noting that even when these offerings are once again permitted they “likely cannot be a part of consideration for one’s grade” due to the current inaccessibility of City College greenhouses to students.

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Student Tradeskills: A Grant for Makers

While City College works to bring back hundreds of cut classes, it is awarded the largest grant of five, $32,000, by the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) to develop a Skilled Trades Program.

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Ailing Coffers a Root Symptom of City College’s At-Risk Accreditation

  JohnTaylor Wildfeuer jt.wildfeuer@gmail.com   The Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) has placed City College on “Enhanced

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Lockdown Breakdown

There is plenty of cause for stress among City College students, many of whom are likely sharing the increased anxiety, depression, and substance abuse that 40% of American adults are reporting, according to a CDC survey conducted over the summer. 

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Professor Light Captures Darkness at the Border

Mothers handcuffed to their children, a full-grown man stuffed into a drainpipe, a family of three crammed together in the boot of a car. Under the cover of night they were found and detained by border patrol officers, their moments of fear and loss caught in the glow of Ken Light’s Hasselblad camera.

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