“Two men with a camera, thoughtfully observing the visual cacophony of one major thoroughfare and the complicated interplay of its history, its present, and the certainty of change, have laid the groundwork for a dialogue and a vision that reaches farther than human eyes can see.” ~- Vicki Goldberg, 125th: Time in Harlem by Isaac […]
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Join us for Cookies and Conversation! Relax with friends or meet new ones over cookies and beverages. Grab some giveaways! In the Game Room, 205 Thomas Hunter Hall.
Join us for our Club Meet and Greet! Learn about our student clubs and find other students who share your interests. Light snacks and beverages will be served. Grab some giveaways! In the West Lobby.
Join CENTRO & The Whitney for a FREE community viewing of the exhibition, “no existe un mundo poshuracan”: Puerto Rican Art in the Wake of Hurricane Maria, on February 2nd from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM. The exhibition, on display at the Whitney Museum of Art from November 23rd, 2022 – April 23rd 2023, explores […]
To mark Black History Month at Roosevelt House, Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College President, cordially invites you to attend a discussion of the book Power: The Rise of Black Women in America—How Black Women Embody the American Dream, Defy Oppression, and Win, co-presented by the Hunter College Department of Africana, Puerto Rican, and Latino Studies. […]