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UPDATED: Brooklyn College Filmmaker Documents the Story of Christine DeLisser Who Was Sexually Assaulted at the Residence Hall

By Zainab Iqbal Published: October 29th, 2018 “Sometimes you girls act like you don’t want it when you really do,” a maintenance worker told Christine DeLisser. They were in the elevator at the Residence Hall (RHBC). Just the two of them. One was a man abusing his power. The other? …

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Students Rally Against Computer Science Professor Who Said All Undocumented People Should Be Deported

By Zainab Iqbal Published: October 24th, 2018 In February, computer science professor Rohit Parikh posted on his Facebook page, “I do believe that everyone who is illegally here should be deported.” Yesterday, students rallied against him demanding that action be taken by the Brooklyn College administration. “Hispanics are GOOD people, …

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Brooklyn College Professor Refers to Kavanaugh Allegations as “Spin-The-Bottle” Activities

By Zainab Iqbal Published: October 3rd, 2018 “If someone did not commit sexual assault in high school, then he is not a member of the male sex.” Brooklyn College Associate Professor in Business Management, Mitchell Langbert, referred to Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations as “spin-the-bottle-activities,” in his blog. “In the …

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Another Year, Another Psychology Meet and Greet

By M.A. Rahman Published: October 3rd, 2018 Brooklyn College students and faculty affiliated with the Graduate Industrial Organizational Psychology (GIOP) organization gathered in coordination with the BC Psychology Center last week to host their second meet and greet since the organization’s revival in 2016. The meeting, open to both undergraduate …

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