By Michael Bell. The room was small, with a fan gently blowing in the...
By Ashley N. Ortiz. For women leaders on campus there is still work to be done to engage more women in politics.
By Michael Bell. In honor of Women’s History Month, here is what some of the inspiring women that study at Lehman said about this celebration.
By: Shabel Castro For Arbur Ruci and his two friends it was just another night at the City College Library checking their Facebooks while logging into Blackboard.
By Shanika Sealy. Bronx hip-hop dance crew Rhythm City won “Prelude New York: 2013 Urban Dance Competition” held in the Lovinger Theatre on February 23.
By Madeline Scher. Oneida Cabaleiro is studying for her CPA exam, the certification to become a public accountant.
By Madeline Scher. People need to bustle at the Arthur Avenue Market Place, as restaurants are busy with customers. Many wait online at Mike’s Deli, which appears to be the most popular destination in the market.
By Jose Perez. In the mind of an artist, maps are not purely utilitarian, but are representative of an endless world of possibilities.
By: Shanika Sealy China’s finest orchestra delivered a passionate and powerful live performance at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts on February 16, where everyone left buzzing about the charming new piano soloist.
By Christopher W. Reid. The Edgar Allan Poe Visitors’ Center in Poe Park presents “Living in Sequence” a comic book exhibition, which celebrates the park’s place in comic history.
By Natisha Jordan. The day- already off to a bad start I know it’s due to my troubled heart So scared of seeing the God’s face- Eyes will still smile when he sees me. My spirit my soul will still yearn for one more hug consequences of a forbidden love Now I see that HE [...]