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Brooklyn College is no stranger to prominent alumni visiting campus

Brooklyn College graduate Glenn Thrush has interviewed several high-profile politicians, including President Barack Obama, during his career as a political correspondent. On his visit to campus last week, he discussed his experiences as a journalist. PHOTO/ Politico.com

By Tyrice Hester Published: April 20th, 2016 On Tuesday April 12, Brooklyn College alumnus and Chief Political Correspondent for POLITICO Magazine Glenn Thrush visited campus to discuss the art of covering politics. Because Thrush is currently in town covering the New York primary, Brooklyn College’s Journalism Program was able to coordinate his …

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Bernie Sanders Will Use Campaign Funds to Forgive All BC Student Debt

By Sheilagh Lichtenfels Published: April 1st, 2016 Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders announced, today, that he will be allotting a portion of his campaign contributions to forgive 100% of current Brooklyn College student debt, including state, federal, and private loans. Sanders is living up to his stated commitment to free and …

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Brooklyn College Library to Add Free Coffee Stations Next to Printers

By Samip Delhiwala Published: April 1st, 2016 Have you ever waited over ten minutes for a printer in the Brooklyn College library, falling asleep on a line that makes its way out of the library doors? Unfortunately, those out-of-order printers haven’t been fixed, but at least your wait won’t be …

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Nap Rooms and Food Trucks to Replace Boylan Hall Cafeteria

Students wait in line outside the food trucks on Bedford Ave. These lines are expected to get much longer once the new campus dining policy is set. PHOTO/ Radhika Viswanathan

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: April 1st, 2016 Brooklyn College President Karen Gould sent out an email last night to inform students and faculty about the college’s forthcoming plan regarding changes to the college’s cafeteria. The new plan is to eliminate the cafeteria altogether. Brooklyn College administration has established a partnership …

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