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Hunter Community: We are pleased to report that the Hunter email and Wi-Fi systems are now back in service. To access these Hunter systems, you will need to reset your NetID password. Please go to the Hunter website for instructions on how to reset your password. CUNYFirst, Blackboard, student email and Zoom continue to be available and DO NOT require a password change. We continue to work diligently to bring all other affected systems back online. Again, we apologize for this interruption in service. Please continue to check the website and maintain access to CUNY Alerts for additional updates. Thank you again for your ongoing patience.
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Enjoy virtual lectures, discussions and readings by Hunter friends, alumni and distinguished faculty.
The Hunter College community welcomed playwright David Adjmi for another installment of the Distinguished Writers Series.
The Hunter College community welcomed Kaitlyn Greenidge, a novelist and a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times.
Hunter College welcomed Nathan Abrams, professor of Film Studies at Bangor University, for a discussion about the legendary director Stanley Kubrick.
The Hunter community welcomed poet and essayist, Mary Ruefle for another installment of the Distinguished Writers Series.
The kashrut mission was illustrative of the diversity of American Judaism of the WW II era.
“For 150 years, Hunter College has been the place where the American Dream comes true. Students arrive with aspirations as varied as their backgrounds, and benefit from the common experience of life-changing educational opportunity.”
Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College President
Coach Z spent 30 seasons at the helm of both the men’s and women’s cross-country teams and men’s and women’s indoor/outdoor track & field teams.
Lacey Peters and Sherryl Graves explored the adoption of Authentic Assessment Systems (AAS) in NYC’s Pre-K for All.
Professor Anita Raja, three Hunter students, and their Columbia teammates won the innovation prize at the NIH’s Decoding Maternal Morbidity Challenge.
Ronnie Ancona discusses Sarah Pomeroy’s study of women in classical antiquity and her new volume co-edited with alumna Georgia Tsouvala.
In a year faced with unprecedented challenges, forty-two Hunter students and recent graduates received prestigious fellowships and scholarships.