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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.
The outbreak of targeted violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders here in New York and elsewhere in our country must stop immediately.
Looking back to 1861, Holzer offers historical perspective on the recent storming of the U.S. Capitol, with thoughts on a path forward.
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President Raab reflects on the legacy of Virginia O'Hanlon, the eight-year-old letter writer who became a Hunter graduate and lifelong educator.
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President Raab has announced details to a series of events titled "Speaking of Justice: Race, Racism and Reform," among other initiatives.
President Raab has announced a summer program to address racial inequality and injustice.
Speaking on behalf of the entire Hunter College community, Hunter President Jennifer J. Raab addresses the U. S. Supreme Court ruling on DACA.
Hunter College honored the outstanding achievements of its 2020 graduating class through online ceremonies and congratulatory messages.
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 ...
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Professor Elaine Gale wins NIH funding to find an answer.
Hunter's 220th commencement ceremony celebrated the first graduating class of the 150th anniversary year.
Twenty-six new faculty members have joined Hunter, adding to the School of Arts and Sciences, Ed, Health Professions, Nursing, and Social Work.
Iatckova hopes that what she learns will have many future applications in the treatment of people with a range of physical and mental disabilities.
Hunter alumna Bressni Neary is determined to use her Fulbright scholarship to teach English to elementary school students in Spain.
The National Cancer Institute awarded Hunter College and Temple University a grant to investigate disparities that impact minority communities.
Maria Malizia is leaving for Italy early this fall, she’ll spend nine months teaching English at a high school or middle school.
Marielle Ray excelled in high school and developed a strong interest in psychology and social work.
Beginning this July, Marku will spend his Fulbright year in South Korea teaching English and living with a host family.
Michael Mazzeo will spend his Fulbright year in Spain, teaching on the high school level.
Hunter College alumna Eleni Katechis '15 MSED '18 will use her Fulbright year to teach English in an elementary school in Taiwan.
Casa Lally, the new home of Parliamo Italiano, Hunter’s Italian Language Institute, was celebrated with three generations of the Lally family.
Faculty in Hunter education, biology and geography departments have received nearly $7 million through 3 grants from the National Science Foundation.
Carole Olshan ’63, MA ’72 well remembers her days at Hunter, studying to become a teacher. “You were a Hunter girl,” she says. “That gave you a ...
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 ...