A 1964 graduate of Hunter and a pioneering ophthalmologist, the late Dr. Bath becomes first Black woman to receive this honor.
Alumna and civil rights pioneer Pauli Murray ‘33 is the subject of a feature-length documentary film released on Amazon Prime.
Guadalupe Maravilla (MFA ‘13) and Elia Alba ’94 were among the recipients of the Mellon Foundation’s inaugural Latinx Artists Fellowship.
The Cannabis Control Board and Office of Cannabis Management will create and implement a regulatory framework for New York's cannabis industry.
Lauren Ridloff ‘05, an actress who has been deaf since birth, will star in “Eternals,” in theaters on November 5.
Cecile Cross-Plummer ’99 interned at HBO while attending Hunter and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in communication and media studies.
The fellowship prepares individuals for effective and ethical leadership in public affairs.
The installation, covered on PBS Newshour and in the New York Times, is on view at the ICA Boston’s Watershed.
Haberman joins the Post after having served at several other top news outlets, including, NBC News, ABC News, and the New York Daily News.