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Left In the Dark: Students, Workers, and Faculty Say They Were Left Out of Grad Center Relocation

By David Beltran and Lauren Keating Published: October 02, 2013   Students, faculty, alumni, and staff protested on Thursday outside the gates of Brooklyn College on Bedford Avenue over the relocation of the Urban Policy and Administration program of the Graduate Center for Worker Education. “We come here as peaceful …

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Welcome to CUNYfirst! (Qchelpdesk.wordpres.com)

Brooklyn College Welcomes CUNYfirst BY RYAN SIT| Brooklyn College is no longer an island. And neither are the other schools under CUNY’s umbrella. CUNY’s 24 campuses have long operated like satellite colleges, linked by name and little else. CUNYfirst, an initiative launched at Brooklyn College this month, aims at uniting …

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“The Invisible War” Aims to Make Rape Epidemic in the Military Visible

Award winning Documentary "The Invisible War"

BY KRISTEN KING| Students of Brooklyn College, Kingsborough, and Medgar Evers filled the Jeffersons-Williams Lounge in the Student Center on Tuesday to watch the screening of “The Invisible War,” an investigative documentary on rape within the United States Military. The BC Women’s Center, The Veteran’s Affair and Counseling Center, and …

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CLAS Presidential Candidates Faceoff in First Debate

CLAS PRESIDENT HOPEFULS. Left to Right: CLAS Speaker David Rosenberg, Jamell Henderson, Paolo Cremidis

BY ELIZABETH ELIZALDE| In a CLAS presidential debate that was at times raucous, with interruptions from the audience or by candidates themselves, three candidates faced-off on club funding and the student activity fee. Paolo Cremidis, Jamell Henderson, and incumbent CLAS speaker David Rosenberg stood behind their respective lecterns and fielded …

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