Hunter College Schools
Hunter Community: We are pleased to report that the Hunter email and Wi-Fi systems are now back in service. To access these Hunter systems, you will need to reset your NetID password. Please go to the Hunter website for instructions on how to reset your password. CUNYFirst, Blackboard, student email and Zoom continue to be available and DO NOT require a password change. We continue to work diligently to bring all other affected systems back online. Again, we apologize for this interruption in service. Please continue to check the website and maintain access to CUNY Alerts for additional updates. Thank you again for your ongoing patience.
Please join us at Roosevelt House as we welcome veteran journalist Eleanor Randolph, who, as a member of the influential New York Times editorial board from 1998 to 2018, focused on issues involving city and state politics, media, and Russia. She will be in conversation with Joseph Viteritti, the Thomas Hunter Professor of Public Policy and Chair of the Urban Policy and Planning Department at Hunter College. This event marks the publication of Randolph’s new book, The Many Lives of Michael Bloomberg: Innovation, Money, and Politics, a revealing portrait of one of the wealthiest, most influential, and most famously private/public figures in modern America: business genius, inventor, innovator, publisher, philanthropist, activist, environmentalist, and three-term Mayor of New York City, Mike Bloomberg.
“It is long overdue that a serious biographer appraises this very important and interesting man, as a political leader and administrator, too real for what the major parties today are willing to offer us. Eleanor Randolph, an authoritative, insightful and lively biographer introduces a man who, in a different political climate, might be headed for the White House.”—Gay Talese, author of The Kingdom and the Power.
“This masterful work not only paints a riveting portrait of a fascinating man; it is an absolutely first-rate study of leadership in business, politics and philanthropy.”—Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer Prize-winner and author of Leadership.
Please RSVP to attend this event.