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Brooklyn College’s Kappa Sigma Fraternity Chapter Wins Charity Football Tournament

By Christopher George and Samip Delhiwala        Published: November 2nd, 2016 On Sunday, October 23, Brooklyn College’s Pi-Phi chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity took the trophy home after winning the annual Bryan O’Dwyer Football Tournament, a charity event that featured chapters from various colleges. By winning the …

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The Underrepresented Majority: Adjunct Professors’ Fight Continues After New Contract

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: October 26th, 2016 As September 16 approached, Simone Kolysh, an adjunct professor in the Brooklyn College sociology department, was awaiting her first paycheck for the semester. “Everything was being held off until September 16—medical checkups, shopping. Summers are difficult for most adjuncts so we wait for …

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Coffee Makers or Troublemakers? Jews For Jesus Brews Up A Storm On Campus

By Quiara Basco Published: October 5th, 2016 You’ve seen them standing along Bedford Avenue. You’ve noticed their brightly colored T-shirts bearing slogans like “Keeping Jewish Weird Since AD 32.” You may even have accepted beverages from them — coffee or unsweetened mint tea in a clear plastic cup bearing the …

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