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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Hunter’s Roosevelt House Director recounts the little-known history of the Lincoln statue in the Capitol Rotunda.
Read Holzer’s Column in the Wall Street Journal (May Require Subscription)
This election season, 102-year-old Hunter grad and lifelong activist Bea Lumpkin should serve as an example to students, says President Raab’s op-ed.
Read President Raab's Op-Ed
Karen Hunter welcomed Professor Haywood to her SiriusXM show for a conversation about symbols of the Confederacy and the responsibilities of teachers.
Professor Louie, director of Hunter’s Asian-American Studies Center, calls for critical thinking to combat anti-Asian racism unearthed by COVID-19.
Read More in the NY Daily News
Jennifer Raab published an Op-ed on CNN.com Friday, May 15, 2020 which concludes: “We remain proud of every Dreamer who chose to pursue their ...
Read President Raab's Full CNN.com Op-ed
Steffie Woolhandler and David Himmelstein’s study indicates that many of America’s front-line healthcare workers are at higher risk for COVID-19.
Read the Full Study in Annals of Internal Medicine
Professor Nicholas Bloom argues that, to come back from COVID-19, New York needs to clean itself up.
Read More in the Gotham Gazette
Nurse manager Mohamed Yasin '97, his daughters, Amirah ’15 and Aneesah ’19, and his son, Ismael, serve together at Montefiore Medical Center.
Watch the Full Story on NBC News
On how the coronavirus will change NYC, Viteritti notes, “If history does not provide us with answers, perhaps it can help ask the right questions.”
CityLimits sought the expertise of Hunter’s Regina Miranda, professor of psychology, and Ana Ortin, research associate.
Read the Full Story in CityLimits
A powerful opinion piece by Hunter Professor Anthony Browne, chair of the Department of Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies.
Read the Full Story in Daily News
Hunter’s NYC Food Policy Center Offers a 5-Borough Guide to food pantries, meals for children and seniors, grocery deliveries, and other resources.
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Social distancing has profound implications, especially for older adults, argues Ruth Finkelstein, Director of the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging.
Read the Full Op-ed in CityLimits
The poems in 4:30 Movie move back and forth in time as Prof. Masini copes with her younger sister’s illness and death.
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During quarantine, HHS students have created a comprehensive virtual reconstruction of their physical school, allowing school life to continue.
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Hunter creates a program to allow students to use laptops, free of charge, during the period of quarantine-mandated remote learning.
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New research developed from the lab of Hunter College professor Jill Bargonetti could change the way triple-negative breast cancer is treated.
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Isabella Rossellini graduated from Hunter in 2019 with a Master’s Degree in Animal Behavior.
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The all-female cast of Erica Schmidt’s Mac Beth “makes a glorious physical and aural mulch of the stage,” writes New Yorker critic Vinson Cunningham.
Read the Full Review in The New Yorker
“The Extraordinary,” a show at Hunter’s East Harlem Gallery, is included in the Times’ new list of “What to See Right Now in New York Galleries”.
Read the Full Story in The New York Times
Harold Holzer, director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, appeared on CUNY TV’s Eldridge & Co. to discuss Hunter’s 150th anniversary.
Watch the Full Episode on CUNY TV
Nicholas Dagen Bloom, professor of Urban Policy and Planning, discusses the untapped space for NYC parks surrounding NYCHA in the Gotham Gazette.
Read the full article in the Gotham Gazette
Distinguished Professor, Dr. Steffie Woolhandler lent her expertise in healthcare policy on a segment of WBUR’s "Morning Edition" with Bob Oakes.
Listen to the Episode on WBUR
A year into the job, Garrett, the author of four books — including 2015 National Book Award Finalist “Young Lions: How Jewish Authors Reinvented ...
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Take advantage of online offerings and fast track your education.
Enjoy virtual lectures, discussions and readings by members of Hunter’s distinguished faculty.
The finale of Nelson’s Rhinebeck Series will run from August 28–October 8 at the Frederick Loewe Theatre at Hunter College.
Carey, a two-time Booker Prize winner, is Executive Director of Hunter’s Creative Writing MFA Program.
About: In his lifetime, Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky explored how to move beyond two dimensions in his work. He codified this idea in his ...