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SuperLink Exhibit on Affordable Housing in New York From 1926 to Today Opens at Hunter East Harlem Gallery (Untapped Cities) SuperLink
SuperLink Martina Arroyo’s Star Rises at the Met (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink More exercise doesn’t always mean losing weight (Anthropology Professor Herman Pontzer's research covered in the Washington Post) SuperLink
SuperLink Homeless Young People of New York, Overlooked and Underserved (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Why more Americans will be walking (An Op-Ed by Professors Peter Tuckel and William Milczarski) SuperLink
SuperLink More Exercise Doesn’t Always Mean Losing Weight (Bloomberg covers Professor Herman Pontzer’s latest study) SuperLink
SuperLink Labor Professor Willam Herbert provides expert testimony on unions in higher education (Inside Higher Ed) SuperLink
SuperLink A Young Afghan Pianist Plays For His Country's Future (Hunter student Elham Fanoos on NPR’s Morning Edition) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter College Celebrates Winter Commencement (NY1) SuperLink
SuperLink Remembering an Early Giant in the Fight for Social Justice (President Raab blogs for the Huffington Post) SuperLink
SuperLink The Unexpected Science of Exercise (The New York Times RetroReport on Professor Pontzer's study of energy expenditure in the Hadza population in Tanzania) SuperLink
SuperLink Revisiting the Fervor of the Women’s Suffrage Movement (The New York Times looks at an upcoming Roosevelt House exhibit) SuperLink
SuperLink ‘If You Leave Me Can I Come Too?’ A Show Whose Subject Is Death (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink A review of Harold Holzer's new book, ‘A Just and Generous Nation: Abraham Lincoln and the Fight for American Opportunity’ (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink In the Metropolitan Opera’s recent production of “Lulu,” the famed, final scream was voiced by Hunter student and mezzo-soprano Jennifer Roderer (MA in Voice ’16) (The New Yorker) SuperLink
SuperLink A recent article about immigration policy offers expert testimony from Hunter's Nancy Foner, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, and draws heavily from her new book, “Strangers No More” (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Blind New Yorkers fear reckless bicyclists in NYC (Hunter’s William Milczarski in amNewYork) SuperLink
SuperLink Antonia Pantoja '52, A Pillar Of the Puerto Rican Community, Remembered (NBC News) SuperLink
SuperLink Nicholas Freudenberg, professor of public health, discusses the closing of Pathmark in East Harlem (ABC 7) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter's Jeffrey T. Parsons, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, discusses HIV/AIDS and takes calls from listeners on "Doctor Radio" (Sirius/XM) SuperLink
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