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What The Fence?

A temporary fence has been placed in front of the damaged fence. PHOTO/ Adam Zaki

By Adam Zaki Published: September 14th, 2017 Students have crashed back into the Fall 2017 semester with a tuition hike, City University of New York (CUNY) software interface troubles, and disagreements between bureaucratic systems of the college that have resulted in many students having trouble with registration. However, an aesthetic …

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Pomp and Taking a Stance: Brooklyn College Commencement Filled with a Heavy Dose of Reality

The Class of 2017 cheers as the commencement ceremony comes to a close. PHOTO/ Radhika Viswanathan

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: May 30th, 2017 By Tuesday afternoon, the photos had been taken, the confetti had been thrown and the students of Brooklyn College’s Class of 2017 could finally call themselves alumni. Clad in Brooklyn College’s maroon cap and gown, over 4,000 graduating students were joined by their …

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BC Women’s Soccer and Basketball Members Awarded National Academic Awards

Four Brooklyn College students won the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Scholar Awards, which reward student-athletes for their athletic and academic success. PHOTO/ www.brooklyncollegeathletics.com

By Adam Zaki Published: May 17th, 2017 After excelling in both academics and athletics, four Brooklyn College student-athletes—Karen Mak, Samantha Rodriguez, Sayla Flores, and Jasmine Fermin—exemplified success by winning the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Awards. In addition to being the catalyst to her team’s offense by dishing sweet passes …

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Philosophy Professors Give Up, Life Declared Devoid of Meaning

By Ben Cohn Published: April 1st, 2017 After thousands of years of research and discussion, philosophy professors nationwide have decided to call it quits. The subject of philosophy no longer exists. The philosophy department at Brooklyn College has disbanded, and all of its professors have either given into the darkness or …

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