Hunter College announced today the opening of its new Student Union on campus, a dramatic change for the college with its commuter population.
Hunter's role as New York Leading public college for the arts took a great leap forward with the dedication of the new performance space The Jody.
Students from six different religious groups will share space in what is a model of diversity across religious, racial, national and economic lines.
To honor Distinguished Prof Peggy Tirschwell and her love of dance, her brother Richard Gilder has donated $500,000 to facilitate a new dance studio.
Casa Lally, the new home of Parliamo Italiano, Hunter’s Italian Language Institute, was celebrated with three generations of the Lally family.
The new 7th floor has been reconceived to create the Silverstein Student Success Center, bringing together previously disparate entities.
The new space on the fourth floor of Weill Cornell’s Belfer Research Building marks the continuation of an innovative public-private partnership.
Thanks to the generosity of Hunter trustee Patty Baker '82 and her husband, Jay, Hunter's Department of Theatre has a new home.
Already the only CUNY college with a dance department, Hunter has launched a new MFA program in the field with two brand-new dance studios.
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The staff and faculty at the Hunter College School of Social Work are packing up their Upper East Side offices and classrooms to prepare for the ...
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Thanks to a generous donation made by Lois V. and Samuel Silberman, Hunter's School of Social Work will be moving uptown to East Harlem.
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