Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembered at City College 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is remembered as a woman that opened many doors for equality for both men and women during her political and legal career.  She believed in the rights of workers and the separation of church and state.

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The Trump Administration Crusades Against the Foreign Students Once Again 

ICE is now proposing a new rule that will put a limit on the time duration that foreign students can stay in this country. Foreign nationals from selected countries will be granted an even shorter visa duration than the other ones. 

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City College Community Needed to Empower DACA Recipient Students

Continuous attacks on DACA legislation are outrageous and threatening to undocumented students who the program protects. The City DREAM resource center provides support for undocumented students, including DACA recipient students. All City College constituents have a role to play in creating an empowering academic experience for DACA recipient students.

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A Look at The Candidates as The Board of Trustees Election Approaches

The upcoming Board of Trustees election this November has a variety of first-timers as candidates and also current board members. Which candidate’s plans do you agree or disagree with?

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Student Workers Left in the Lurch as Fall Semester Starts

During the beginning of the school year, many potential employers at City College are searching for prospective students to help much needed resources for the campus community. However, with the pandemic occurring, many are wondering if City College will still offer student employment.

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Students Find Voice and Share It In Poetry for the People

IDST 36 “Poetry for the People” returns this fall. The historic course provides an overview of poems from multiple cultures over time. Through study and practice, students find their authentic voice as a writer and share it in the community.

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City College Launches Nation’s First Cannabis Studies Associate of Arts Degree

City College is the first college in the nation to provide a Cannabis Studies Associate of Arts (AA) degree program for students. Since the announcement from the Behavioral Sciences department, many have gained interest and curiosity.

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