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SuperLink You Can Fool Some of the People All The Time (Roosevelt House Director Harold Holzer, in The Daily Beast) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter’s Dr. Jeffrey Parsons discusses recent research on safe sex practices (U.S. News & World Report) SuperLink
SuperLink The worrying welfare of ACS workers (Silberman School of Social Work Professor Stephen Burghardt) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter Art Professor and Alumnus Nari Ward's Solo Exhibition at Socrates Sculpture Park Opens April 29 SuperLink
SuperLink Substitutions for a 'Slimmer Bowl' Football Party (Hunter’s Charles Platkin in U.S. News and World Report) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter Art History Professor Lynda Klich Wins University of Maryland Phillips Collection Book Prize SuperLink
SuperLink Home of Hunter alumna Pauli Murray designated a national landmark SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter Art Professor Nari Ward Receives 2017 Vilcek Prize in Fine Arts SuperLink
SuperLink Psychology professor Tracy Dennis weighs-in on children & our nation's news (Clarify) SuperLink
SuperLink Professor Karen Hunter discusses race & cinema with the cast of Fences (SiriusXM) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter's Herman Pontzer explains the evolutionary reasons behind the "exercise paradox" (Scientific American) SuperLink
SuperLink Honoring our nation's 1st African American Cabinet member & Hunter College Professor, Robert C. Weaver (Public Now) SuperLink
SuperLink Do Dogs of All Ages Respond Equally to Dog-Directed Speech? (Visiting Professor Nicolas Mathevon in ScienceDaily) SuperLink
SuperLink Dr. Steffie Woolhandler of Hunter College Discusses the Future of Obamacare and Medicare for All (DemocracyNow!) SuperLink
SuperLink Professor Manu Bhagavan on the Indian Court's Recent Ban on Identity Politics (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter's Herman Pontzer Uses Gadgets to Pinpoint the Level of Physical Activity in Hadza Life (NPR) SuperLink
SuperLink Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus (Virginia O’Hanlon went on to graduate from Hunter College in 1910) SuperLink
SuperLink Q&A with Tom Angotti, professor of Urban Policy & Planning and editor of new book “Zoned Out,” on housing policy in New York City (Gothamist) SuperLink
SuperLink Charles Platkin, director of the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College, releases rankings of airlines offering the healthiest food (New York Post) SuperLink
SuperLink The Rise of Global Authoritarianism (Professor Manu Bhagavan interviewed on SiriusXM’s “Matt Townsend Show”) SuperLink
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