CCNY In the News

Emily Raboteau CREDIT Rachel Eliza Griffiths
February 26, 2024

Gutbucket: At the end of the world, rituals offer a lifeline

CCNY Professor of creative writing and author Emily Raboteau portrays her experience visiting a coastal Alaskan village with CCNY Environmental Sciences Professor Maria Tzortziou to witness first-hand the dramatic effects of climate change in "Orion: Nature and Culture" magazine. Raboteau's new book "Lessons for Survival: Mothering Against 'the Apocalypse'" is available in hardcover (Henry Holt & Co., 2024) from all major booksellers and online. She is a contributing editor to "Orion," which explores the connection between nature and culture through writing and art.
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January 30, 2024

America needs community health centers, but these health centers need funding

Dave A. Chokshi, M.D., the Sternberg Family Professor of Leadership at the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, advocates for the expansion of and increased funding for community health clinics -- a "golden investment" -- in an opinion column in The Hill.
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January 26, 2024

Seamus Scanlon on Dónall Mac Amhlaigh

Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education Librarian Seamus Scanlon discusses the work of Irish author Dónall Mac Amhlaigh in the Irish Echo.
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Matthew Nagler
January 08, 2024

CCNY economist Matthew Nagler's letter to the editor of The New York Times

Professor of Economics Matthew Nagler's letter (sixth from the top) highlights his research on how social trust promotes traffic safety.
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Matthew Nagler
January 04, 2024

CCNY Economist Matthew Nagler on how economic theory can help you have a good life

Professor of Economics Matthew Nagler of the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership discusses his forthcoming book, Capital Actually, with his longtime friend Howie Jacobson, host of the Plant Yourself Podcast.
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Harlem Sculpture Gardens
December 18, 2023

CCNY to contribute to outdoor sculpture exhibition in 2024

Harlem World reports on The City College's contributions to the upcoming Harlem Sculpture Gardens exhibition, which will open in May 2024.
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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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