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Complex Histories of the Marginalized: Q&A with Alan Aja, Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department

Some of Professor Alan Aja’s endeavors before he began teaching include work as a human rights and labor organizer. PHOTO/ Faraz T. Toor

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: November  24th, 2015 Alan Aja is a professor in Brooklyn College’s Department of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies. He received a B.A. in Sociology and Communication n 1997, an M.A. in Sustainable International Development in 2000 and a Ph.D. in Public and Urban Policy in 2008. His …

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Literature for All Ages: Q&A with Roni Natov, English Department

Professor Roni Natov has taught at Brooklyn College since 1969. PHOTO/ Faraz T. Toor

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: November  10th, 2015 Roni Natov is a professor in the English Department at Brooklyn College, where she has taught since 1969. In 1975 she received her Ph.D. in Literature and English from New York University. She also teaches classes Victorian and children’s literature, a Macaulay Honors seminar, …

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Opera, Gender, and Disabilities: Q&A with Professor Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, director of the Conservatory of Music

Professor Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, first-year director of the Conservatory of Music. PHOTO/ Radhika Viswanathan

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: November  3rd, 2015 Professor Stephanie Jensen-Moulton is the director of the Conservatory of Music and a professor of musicology at Brooklyn College. After receiving her B.A. in music from Hollins University and a Masters in voice performance from Boston University, she graduated with a Ph.D. in musicology …

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Students Show Pride to Combat Prejudice

LGBT Alliance president Sami Binder (left) opens the event

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: October  13th, 2015 Thursday, the sixth floor of the Student Center building was bustling with activity. Students and faculty members came together to celebrate National Coming Out Day, decorating the room with rainbow flags and sporting nametags labeled with their preferred pronoun. Brooklyn College champions diversity in …

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College, Student Governments Decide on New Policy for Public Event Security

An event's relevancy and its projected total audience will be some of the biggest considerations for the student governments when they decide for which clubs to bequeath security funds. PHOTO/ Radhika Viswanathan

By Faraz T. Toor Published: September 29th, 2015 Brooklyn College student governments will grant funds to cover security costs for student clubs and organizations that wish to host events open to the public in the fall and spring semesters, based on clubs’ projected total audience and other considerations, according to CLAS …

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Student Clubs to be Capped on Security Costs for Public Events

Before the event, students lined up outside the Student Center and waited for security to open the doors. PHOTO/ Radhika Viswanathan

By Faraz T. Toor – Additional reporting by Radhika Viswanathan Published: September 16th, 2015 Administration is implementing a $30,000 cap on additional security for student-hosted events in the 2015-2016 academic year that are open to the outside public, Brooklyn College told club leaders. Christina Waszak, the Associate Director of Student Activities, …

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