CCNY In the News

November 14, 2023

Batteries of the future: How cotton and seawater might power our devices

BBC feature on how batteries of the future could be powered by cotton and seawater quotes CCNY scientist George John.
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October 23, 2023

Becoming Stronger by Becoming Weaker

Irish Echo piece by Seamus Scanlon, an educator at The City College of New York’s Downtown Campus, on the hunger strike as a tool of resistance for generations in Ireland.
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October 05, 2023

'An Féar Fada Fliuch' premieres

Irish Echo piece on the premiere of the Irish language version of The Long Wet Grass | An Féar Fada Fliuch, CCNY librarian Seamus Scanlon’s award-winning play.
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September 29, 2023

Forget About Living to 100. Let’s Live Healthier Instead.

The Colin Powell School's Sternberg Family Professor of Leadership, Dave A. Chokshi, advocates for a long overdue national dialogue about health and aging in a New York Times op-ed.
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September 22, 2023

CCNY alumna Dalliana Toussaint returns to coach the volleyball team

Amsterdam News piece on CCNY alumna Dalliana Toussaint who's returned to her alma mater to coach the women's volleyball team.
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September 15, 2023

In the “I” of the Beholder: People Believe Self-Relevant Artwork is More Beautiful

Association for Psychological Science piece on self-relevant artwork quotes Colin Powell School neuroscientist Edward Vessel.
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September 07, 2023

Douglass welcomed as a man

Irish Echo piece on Frederick Douglass' historic visits to Dublin quotes CCNY librarian Seamus Scanlon.
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August 15, 2023

A.I. Today Is a ‘Glorified Tape Recorder,’ Says Theoretical Physicist Michio Kaku

Observer piece on CCNY theoretical physicist Michio Kaku dismissing the threat of AI in an interview with CNN anchor Fareed Zakaria.
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August 01, 2023

Internship Program Powers Minds and Missions

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory news on CCNY PhD students Loleth Robinson and Jonah Wang interning there.
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July 25, 2023

The Overlooked Student Protest That Changed College Admissions

Faculty member Andrea Weiss co-directed and co-produced the new, stunning documentary "The Five Demands" about the student uprising on campus in the 1960's. Read an interview with her in "Hyperallergic."
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