Marie Colwell, who kept her maiden name throughout life, was a women’s rights advocate.
Hunter’s Student Counseling & Wellness Services has seen a surge of use this fall as many students seek psychotherapy.
Hunter College placed among the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 College Rankings for regional universities in the north.
An octogenarian Hunter College alumna has spearheaded a successful drive to install solar panels throughout her Connecticut retirement community.
Kirschner succeeds Hunter President Jennifer J. Raab, who stepped down June 30.
Hunter College Associate Professor of Art A.K. Burns has received the prestigious Berlin Prize.
NYC Councilmembers Dinowitz and Powers lauded the innovative campaign begun by President Jennifer J. Raab.
Why New York needs a statue of Frances Perkins: During Women’s History Month we must remember this New Deal leader.
Read the op-ed on the Daily News' website
Hunter College received the 1988 Nobel Prize in Medicine won by biochemist, pharmacologist, and Hunter College alumna Gertrude Elion ’37.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has named Hunter a Fulbright Top Producing Institution for the 22-23 AY.
Learn more about the Fulbright Program
$10,000 Prizes for Outstanding Accomplishments By Organizations and Individuals in Urban Public Health.
Sen. Charles Schumer elicited a standing ovation for Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab at the college’s winter commencement.
It has been a privilege beyond measure to lead this exceptional institution for the past 22 years, in effect, through the entire 21st century. ...
$52 million gift from Leonard A. Lauder aims to increase health equity in New York through major enhancements to Hunter College's School of Nursing.
Read About Leonard Lauder's Gift to Hunter College in the New York Times
“It’s a singular honor for us to commemorate one of our most distinguished and influential alums,” said President Raab of the legendary warrior poet.
Professor Lisa Corinne Davis and alumni Ellie Ga and Keliy Anderson-Staley are among 180 scientists, writers, scholars, and artists honored.
The Hunter family has thousands with roots in Central and Eastern Europe—many from Ukraine—who are affected by the Russian government’s brutal action.
The grant will support scholarly groups at Hunter College’s Center for Puerto Rican Studies to study issues confronting Puerto Rico and its diaspora.
Jean Lichtenstein Kerner ’39, having celebrated her 102nd birthday in March, is one of Hunter’s oldest living alumna.
Ronnie Ancona discusses Sarah Pomeroy’s study of women in classical antiquity and her new volume co-edited with alumna Georgia Tsouvala.
Read the Graduate Center’s Interview with Professor Ronnie Ancona
Our students occupied all three places in the Intermediate level and 2nd 3rd places in the Advanced language level.
Basnet is the second student in four years from Hunter to receive a Rhodes, one of the world’s most selective awards for post-graduate study.
Jennifer J. Raab on what the Civil Rights pioneer Pauli Murray ’33, who enrolled at Hunter 92 years ago, teaches us about public higher education.
Read President Raab’s Full Daily News Op-Ed
In a year faced with unprecedented challenges, forty-two Hunter students and recent graduates received prestigious fellowships and scholarships.