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Now Accepting Student Housing Applications for 2014-2015!

Looking for a place to live during the next academic year? Apply now to Living@Hunter and choose from our three residence halls: 92nd Street, 97th Street, and Brookdale Campus. Scholars are given priority access, and space is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Be sure to apply quickly if you are interested.

How to apply: please visit our application page.

Deadline: Rolling

For more information, please contact the Office of Residence Life at 212.481.4310, e-mail or visit our Web site.


The Mentoring Program Is Recruiting for the 2014-15 Academic Year!

One Way to Succeed At Hunter . . . And Beyond! – GET A MENTOR!

Hunter College Mentoring Program is reaching out to more students than ever before. If you are a motivated student who could benefit from a planned mentoring partnership, and is willing to invest the time and energy for a successful relationship, you should apply for a mentor. The program is especially helpful to sophomores and juniors, but is open to all undergraduates. Students are connected to successful alumni and friends of the College who could help them navigate the roads to graduation, and expose them to professional and social skills they will need to succeed after Hunter.

Space is limited. Don't delay, apply today!
Find out if the program is right for you. For an appointment, please e-mail


Changes in Study Areas at the Cooperman Library

As of Tuesday, April 22, there will only be two types of study floors: silent and group. This will allow users to make the best use of the spaces they are working in, and enable everyone to enjoy their time in the Cooperman Library.

Our renovated Cooperman Library is a great place for everyone looking to study or just spend time between classes. We want the spaces to be equally useful and enjoyable for the entire Hunter Community: those who are spending social time or engaging in group study, as well as those who desire to study in peace and quiet.

Since the reopening of the new 3rd floor, we have seen the highest number of users coming into the Cooperman Library in its history. With more people using the library, the proper use of our spaces has become more critical. In response to student concerns about noise on both quiet and silent floors, which have come to us through the suggestion box and electronically, a group of librarians and staff have met and have concluded that we need to better indicate areas for silent and group study. These designations will best support the rules of conduct expected to be strictly observed in these areas.

Do you have questions? Feedback? Contact us:
Via text: hunterlib to 66746
In person: Drop off a written suggestion the Suggestion Box on the 3rd Floor of the Cooperman Library, near the Welcome Desk.


Hunter Goes Green Week

This April, Hunter Sustainability Project (HSP) in collaboration with The Green Initiative Fund and Hunter USG, is holding its 2nd annual Earth Week event dedicated to all things sustainable!

Hunter Goes Green Week will feature guest speakers, games, giveaways, and relevant activities that promote environmental awareness and sustainable lifestyle choices in a fun and festive atmosphere.

Join us for the festivities, and learn how you can do your part to keep the Earth clean and green!

Dates: Monday, April 28 - Friday, May 2
Time: 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Place: Lobby, West Building

The environmental themes we will be featuring include:

  • Monday, April 28: Food
  • Tuesday, April 29: Resource Management
  • Wednesday, April 30: Energy & Climate Change
  • Thursday, May 1: Biodiversity
  • Friday, May 2: Home & Lifestyle

For more information, please contact Hunter Sustainability Project at To RSVP, please email or visit our web site at

More details are available at


Hunter Goes Green Film Festival

Hunter Sustainability Project (HSP), in partnership with The Green Initiative Fund, presents the Hunter Goes Green Film Festival!

Running alongside Hunter Goes Green Week 2014, this free event offers a themed evening of entertainment every night from April 28 to May 2. A feature length movie will be screened each evening, accompanied by previews and micro-documentaries that reflect the environmental theme of the day. A free buffet will be served and guest speakers will discuss their involvement with environmental activism, contextualizing the selected films to a NYC student perspective. On the closing night, the winners of the Hunter Goes Green Poetry Competition will perform their works.

Dates: Monday - Friday, April 28 - May 2
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Place: Room 105, Thomas Hunter

List of Film Screenings & Events:

Monday, April 28 - Food Day
The Gleaners and I
, by the internationally acclaimed director, Agnes Varda

Tuesday, April 29 - Resource Management Day
DS+R: Reimagining Lincoln Center and High Line
, with special guest, Tom Piper, the director

Wednesday, April 30 - Energy and Climate Change Day
Gasland II
with guest speakers provided by NYPIRG and Food and Water Watch

Thursday, May 1 - Biodiversity Day:
Princess Mononoke,
by Academy Award winning director, Hayao Miyazaki

Friday, May 2 - Home and Lifestyle Day
No Impact Man, featuring winners of the Hunter Goes Green Poetry Competition for the closing night celebrations

For more information, please contact Hunter Sustainability Project at To RSVP, please email, or visit our web site at

More details are available at


The Color of Citizenship

The Legacies of Japanese Internment from World War II to Stop & Frisk

The mass incarceration of nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II is a powerful but often occluded illustration of the fragility of US citizenship and civil liberties. As such, this event demands frequent reexamination in relation to ongoing conversations regarding post-9/11 special registration, detention, and deportation as well as long-standing formal and informal practices of profiling and surveillance of communities of color.

This daylong conference presents a three-part program examining:

  • The history of the Japanese American incarceration and how it is made meaningful to multiple publics in different locations - higher education, museums, and our national landmarks.
  • Artists who deploy this history as relevant to their artistic and political practices in the present.
  • The legal significance of the incarceration to contemporary local and national state policies directed against communities of color.

Keynote address by Norman Mineta, 14th US Secretary of Transportation.

Date: Friday, May 2
Time: 9:00 - 6:00 pm
Place: Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute (49 East 65th Street betw. Park & Madison)
RSVP here

For more information, please contact Steffan Horowitz, Human Rights Program Associate at 212.396.7948, or

This conference is sponsored by Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, the Asian American Studies Program at Hunter College, and Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University.


The JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program is Recruiting

Scholarships and Paid Internships are Available for the 2014 - 2015 Academic Year

If you're a sophomore, and you meet the requirements below, consider applying to the JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program. This program is a two-year program. Those selected as JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars will receive generous tuition assistance scholarships, a paid internship placement in the Summer of 2015, and access to special events and dedicated workshops at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute. Generously funded by the Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women, JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars are of all backgrounds, and it is open to both men and women.

Application Requirements:

  • Hold no more than 70 academic credits
  • Be enrolled as a full-time student for each semester during the Program
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.2 or better for each semester during the Program
  • Demonstrate a strong connection to New York City
  • Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the U.S
  • Have a demonstrated commitment to enhancing the status and role of women in the fields of public policy and public service

Program Participants will be selected during their sophomore year on the basis of academic achievement, demonstrated leadership in academic and community activities, financial need, and the articulation of the applicants' interest in pursuing careers related to public policy and public service and their commitment to enhancing the status of women in public policy and public service.

Participants will be drawn primarily from social science majors such as Economics, Urban Affairs, and Political Science. However, candidates from other majors will be considered on a case by case basis when Hunter College identifies strong candidates committed to careers in public service. Applicants to the Program cannot be enrolled in the CUNY Macaulay Honors Program. If you're interested in being a change agent - from local to global - apply now.

Deadline: Rolling
For more information, or to apply, please contact Theoni Angelopoulos at 212.772.4926, or email


Internships at El Museo del Barrio, Summer 2014

Each spring, summer, and fall El Museo del Barrio offers Internship opportunities to promising undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and career changers who are considering careers in the arts, education, non-profits and museum profession. Through administrative and project-based Internships, Interns have opportunities to research, conceptualize, coordinate, execute, and/or evaluate programs and initiatives.

Due to its relatively small size, El Museo del Barrio is able to provide Interns with rewarding, valuable, hands-on learning experiences that enable them to directly impact and shape programming, meet and interact with new people, and learn about El Museo's collection and Puerto Rican, Caribbean, and Latin American art and culture. Through its Internship program, El Museo del Barrio creates platforms for emerging museum professionals and contributes to diversifying the museum field.

During the spring and fall sessions Interns are expected to commit 14-21 hours per week during a 14-16 week cycle, and 10-week cycle during the summer.

Eligibility: With the exception of Arts Interns, a paid summer internship opportunity through the Arts Intern program (, all internships are unpaid. College credit is available on a case-by-case basis. Applicants should apply to no more than two internship positions. Please note, we are currently not reviewing materials from international applicants.

How to Apply: Instructions on how to apply are attached to each detailed description below. Please visit El Museo del Barrio's website for further information.

Deadline: Friday, April 25

Summer 2014 Internship schedule:
Dates: Internship cycle begins June, 2nd, 2014, ends August, 15, 2014

Collection Management/Registrar Intern
You will assist with the upkeep of the collection database and the Museum System (TMS). For details, click here.

Communications Intern
You will be instrumental in expanding the reach of the department, solidifying its daily operations, and maximizing El Museo's exposure. For details, click here.

Community+Government Affairs Intern
You will help expand the Museum's network of community connections. For details, click here.

Curatorial Assistant Intern
You will provide general administrative support for the Curatorial Department. For a detailed description, click here.

Curatorial Intern
You will provide general administrative support for the Curatorial Department and assist with preparations for upcoming exhibitions. For details, click here. .

Development Intern
You will assist in all daily aspects in the Development office. For details, click here.

Education Programs Intern
You will assist with further development of on-site and off-site programs, contingent on the applicant's area of interest and past experiences. For details, click here.

Institutional Development Intern
The Institutional Development Intern will assist in all aspects of Corporation and Foundation giving. For details, click here.

Marketing Intern
You will be instrumental in expanding the reach of the department, solidifying its daily operations, and maximizing El Museo's exposure. For details, click here.

Membership and Special Events Intern
will assist with the revitalization of the museum's Membership Program. For details, click here.

Social Media Intern
You will be instrumental in engaging our existing fans/followers and creating lasting relationships with new ones on our social media channels. For details, click here.

Questions can be referred to Maritza Carmona, Community + Government Relations Coordinator, via email at





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