“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.
The finale of Nelson’s Rhinebeck Series will run from August 28–October 8 at the Frederick Loewe Theatre at Hunter College.
Artist and Hunter alumna Firelei Báez won the Rome Prize and the Artes Mundi Prize, and now has a major new installation at ICA Boston.
Read About Báez and Her New ICA Boston Installation in the New York Times
For the first time in our history, our nation will celebrate Juneteenth as a federal holiday on June 18, 2021.
In a year like no other, Hunter College celebrated a graduating class like no other, with 4000 students crossing the finish line to get their degree.
We unequivocally condemn these verbal and physical assaults and reiterate our strong commitment to fairness, equity and mutual respect.
The Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship—the agency’s most prestigious single-investigator award—provides $3 million to support cutting-edge research.
“We’ve seen the judicial system function at its best, as it was designed to work: with equal justice for all. Yet it’s a solemn moment for all of us.”
Honors go to Professor Victoria Johnson, Distinguished Lecturer A.K. Burns, and alumni Kaitlyn Greenidge (MFA ‘10) and Tracie Morris (MFA ‘01).
View the Entire List of 2021 Guggenheim Fellows
Jennifer J. Raab discusses her transformational tenure as president of Hunter College on TalkLine Network’s “Hadassah Presents: Women of Vision.”
Listen To President Raab’s Interview on “Hadassah Presents: Women of Vision
For the thirteenth time in the last fifteen years, Hunter has been named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution by the U.S. Department of State.
Read More About Hunter's Fulbright Winners and Other Prestigious Scholars
The outbreak of targeted violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders here in New York and elsewhere in our country must stop immediately.
The new exhibit, “Giving Light: An Art Antidote to Gun Violence,” runs through April 8.
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Search planned for permanent leader of The Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter/CUNY.
With “Apeirogon,” McCann, a Distinguished Lecturer of Creative Writing, becomes the second Hunter professor to have won this prestigious prize.