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Anna Indych-López

Art historian Anna Indych-López is new CCNY Katz Professor

Anna Indych-López, an expert in Latin American modern art, is The City College of New York’s 2018-2019 Stuart Z. Katz Professor in the Humanities & the Arts. Read More »
BIC students receive The LAGRANT Foundation scholarships: (l. to r.) Kelvin Morales, Amera Lulu, Rebecca Rivera, Jenifer Cuffari, and LaToya Heron

BIC students recognized with record number of scholarships from The LAGRANT Foundation

An unprecedented five students from The City College of New York’s Branding and Integrated Communications (BIC) master’s degree program have received highly competitive The LAGRANT Foundation (TLF) scholarships, awarded to students who share the foundation’s mission of increasing ethnic diversity in the advertising, marketing, and public relations industries. Read More »
Phillip Birch and Pilar Newton

CCNY faculty and student to learn how Pixar works its magic

Pixar is known the world over for its crowd pleasing animated films like Coco, Finding Nemo, and Toy Story. While the company’s movies are beloved, they’re also studied by students and teachers who carefully dissect the company’s innovative animation techniques and character development methods.  Read More »
Al Foster CUNY Jazz Fest 2018

Legendary drummer Al Foster stars at CUNY Jazz Festival, May 10-11

Al Foster, the master drummer and major jazz innovator with a legacy spanning five decades, headlines the 20th annual CUNY Jazz Festival May 10-11 at The City College of New York.  The two-day festival in Aaron Davis Hall Theatre B includes performances by CCNY student ensembles and ensembles from other CUNY schools. Student performances take place throughout both days. Read More »
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Kaye Scholars shine at City College

Since 2002, the H. Austin and Florence R.S. Kaye Foundation joined with The City College of New York providing funds to support talented students pursuing a major in the Division of Humanities & the Arts. The City College of New York’s Kaye Scholars Program alumna, Yasmin El Gheur, is getting ready to graduate as the Class of 2018’s Valedictorian. Read More »
Keila Solomon CUNY Film Fest winner

Recent CCNY grad wins CUNY Film Festival Award

Keila Solomon, a recent graduate of The City College of New York, has won the Frederator Award for Best Animation at the CUNY Film Festival. Solomon, who earned a BA in Art with a concentration in Digital Design while at City College, beat out 22 other animated films to win for her animated short film, "Couture". Fred Seibert, the head of Frederated Networks, presented her with the award. Read More »
Geodesic Dome

Improbable domes rise again thanks to CCNY MFA student

Soon the geodesic domes constructed in 1973 by six ex-Charas gang members after a fateful meeting with revolutionary architect R. Buckminster Fuller will rise again. Read More »
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Steven Galeano shows KO power in class and in the ring

Nineteen-year-old Steven Galeano is the quintessential mix of brains and brawn that powers The City College of New York’s scholar-athlete tradition. The AD/PR sophomore in CCNY’s Division of Humanities and the Arts turned on the style at Madison Square Garden to win the inaugural MSG Ring Masters’ 141-pound open championship. He defeated Deyshawn Williams of Eastern Queens BC in a three-rounder. Read More »
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CCNY created “Nueva York” scoops double Emmys

Averaging an award every season since its premier, “Nueva York,” CUNY TV’s Spanish-language cultural series created by City College film Professor Jerry Carlson, won two New York Emmy Awards at the 61st Annual Awards Ceremony at the Marriot Marquis. This brings to 14 the number of Emmys garnered by the show, now in its 14th season. Read More »
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Five CCNY undergrads Stanford-bound for research this summer

Native American relations with the government, Jane Austen’s work from a queer theoretical approach and a study of philosopher Edmund Husserl are among the research topics by the sixth cohort of City College of New York summer interns to Stanford. Five students from the Division of Humanities and the Arts are the latest participants in the eight-week CCNY-Stanford Summer Research Program that runs from mid-June to mid-August at Stanford University. Read More »


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