CCNY In the News

July 01, 2021

Newly Designed Material Could Make Sound Travel Backward

Inside Science article on creation of new material that can make sound travel backward quotes CCNY metamaterials researcher Andrea Alù.
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June 23, 2021

Wealthy Countries Have Left the Rest of the World Behind

Article in The Nation by Rajan Menon, the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Professor of International Relations in CCNY's Colin Powell School, on the Covid vaccine disparity in the world between wealthy nations and the rest.
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June 22, 2021

‘The Blue-Collar Harvard’

Inside Higher Ed piece highlights City College's MFA in Creative Writing Program.
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June 10, 2021

The Immigrant History of the NYC Neighborhood Behind ‘In the Heights’

Smithsonian Magazine feature on the history of Washington Heights quotes Ramona Hernandez, director of the City College of New York’s Dominican Studies Institute.
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May 24, 2021

In New York and More, Public Art Is Taking on Thorny Social Issues

New York Times article on the proliferation of art in the public square quotes Harriet F. Senie, CCNY art professor.
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May 17, 2021

How the Nigerian star of 'Bob Hearts Abishola' is changing the rules of American network television

CNN profiles Folake Olowofoyeku, CCNY theater alum and star of CBS sitcom "Bob Hearts Abishola."
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May 17, 2021

In a Dark Year on Campus, Some Surprising Glimmers of Light

NY Times piece on challenges of learning during pandemic highlights CCNY architecture student Steven Grullo.
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May 04, 2021

Structural racism a 'critical public health threat,' increases psychosis risk

Structural racism in the United States has had a significant effect on psychosis risk at the individual and neighborhood levels, according to research led by CCNY's Deidre Anglin and reported by Healio Psychiatry.
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April 28, 2021

The End of the War in Afghanistan Is In Sight

Analysis by CCNY political scientist Rajan Menon in The Nation on President Biden's decision to end the Afghanistan war.
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April 27, 2021

Black Lives Are Shorter in Chicago. My Family’s History Shows Why.

New York Times essay by Linda Villarosa, CCNY journalism and Black studies professor, on growing up in Chicago.
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