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Senior Alan Han was recognized by NY1 for his academic and athletic achievement as co-captain of the HCHS badminton team.
HCHS senior Jenifer Weng & incoming Hunter College freshman Nikole Rajgor each won New York Times College Scholarships.
Ayisha Siddiqa '21 was interviewed for “The Changing Face of Female Leadership,” a program which also featured Hillary Clinton and Greta Thunberg.
Chloe Lee, a student in Hunter's IMA MFA program, is the sixth Fulbright winner from Hunter this year.
Yarimar Bonilla opened the yearly celebration of Puerto Rican Heritage, which was hosted this year by El Centro at Hunter’s Silberman campus.
Daniel Hurewitz is the lead historian on a new social studies curriculum supplement for the Department of Education that centers LGBTQ voices.
Nursing professor Elizabeth Cohn was nominated for United Way’s Wall of Heroes after volunteering at vaccination sites throughout the New York area.
Public health Professors Steffie Woolhandler & David Himmelstein published a study on the growing inequality in respiratory health, covered in the NY.
“Tabernacles for Trying Times,” the first major museum survey of Professor Carrie Moyer and her partner, sculptor Sheila Pepe, will show through 2021.
“Cambridge Handbook of Psychology & Human Rights" explores the role of psychological science in addressing the world's most pressing problems.
Leah Garrett’s "X Troop: The Secret Jewish Commandos of World War II” follows a group of Jewish refugees who took the fight to Hitler.
Professor Mandë Holford discusses her cutting-edge research on snail venom and its potential as a non-addictive form of pain management.
Báez is one of six artists to be awarded the esteemed prize. Her paintings were described by critics and jurors as “great, hectic, explosive things.”
Researchers at the Thinking Dog Center led by alumna Gabriella Smith (MA ‘20) published the first major citizen science study on cat cognition.
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