As we observe the holiday of Juneteenth, we are pleased to announce the launch of a summer program titled Conversations about Race, Racism, and Reform at Hunter College and in America Today. This program will be part of a comprehensive series of actions that will be implemented to address racial discrimination and inequality at Hunter and in our communities. Details will be shared in the coming weeks. To learn more and join in virtual celebrations of Juneteenth, please visit the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture. Each of us has the ability to contribute to these efforts in our own way—and live the Hunter motto, Mihi Cura Futuri (the Care of the Future Is Mine).
East Building Closure Update for Tuesday, Dec. 5. All classes taking place in the East Building of the Main Campus will resume. The Library will be open. All staff stationed in offices outside the Library in the East Building should continue to work remotely while our facilities team assesses each office individually.
Two adjunct professors in Hunter's Polish program got a hearty congratulations from the Consulate General of Poland.
In the mid-1960s, the Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica [1937-1980] began embracing joyously transgressive modes of performance, film, and ...