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Que? Internationally Recognized Author Speaks at BC About “Don Quixote” and Spanglish

By Faina Gordover Published: April 9, 2014 When Miguel de Cervantes published “Don Quixote,” whose main character is a retired old man riding toward windmills to revive chivalry alongside his “squire” Sancho, it quickly became popularized in the New World. Today, the book is among the classics, as Quixote continues to ride …

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Brooklyn College Wellness Program Celebrates Diversity

By Priscilla Perez Published: April 1, 2014 The Wellness Improvements through Student Education program, also known as WISE, held an intellectual workshop last Thursday to showcase diversity and discuss the differences and similarities within the Brooklyn College student body. Chief Diversity Officer Natalie Mason-Kinsey, Associate Director of the Diversity and …

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NY Times Author Visits Brooklyn College to Discuss Civil Rights and Football Book

By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: March 18, 2014 Author and New York Times Journalist Sam Freedman visited Brooklyn College on Wednesday to meet students and talk about his new book, “Breaking the Line.” Freedman, presenting with a supplementary slide show, lectured and held a Q&A from the few dozen students, faculty members, and …

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Brooklyn College Democrats Clash With CLAS President in Effort to Register Club

By David Beltran Published: February 25, 2014 With only hours to spare before the deadline for student clubs to register, the Brooklyn College Democrats Club held their first elections Friday and officially registered as a new club after weeks of conflict with CLAS President David Rosenberg. “For two months we’ve …

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