CCNY In the News

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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April 06, 2021

Contacting Aliens Is a Bad Idea, Says Theoretical Physicist Michio Kaku

CCNY theoretical physicist Michio Kaku warns against contacting aliens, in InsideHook article.
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April 01, 2021

Vaccine trials in teens yield promising results. What will that mean for NYC schools in the fall?

Chalkbeat article on implications of vaccine trials in teens on NYC schools this fall quotes CCNY Covid expert Maria Lima.
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March 16, 2021

Biden’s Big Science Challenge: Increasing Public Trust

Scientific American op-ed co-written by CCNY physicist Michael S. Lubell urges that local engagement, not top-down technocracy, is the way to build acceptance of STEM policy.
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March 11, 2021

Veinte años ayudando a jóvenes de Washington Heights y el Bronx ingresar a la universidad piece on Guillermo Rivera, Associate Director of Admissions at CCNY, as a role model for youth in Washington Heights and the Bronx.
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March 01, 2021

The Pandemic Tested Our Social Safety Net. It Failed.

Article in The Nation by CCNY political scientist Rajan Menon on how the Covid-19 crisis has illuminated the myriad ways in which the US has failed its workers.
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February 23, 2021

Harlem’s CCNY’s J. Max Bond Center And Davis Brody Bond Architects Launch Partnership

Harlem World Magazine features CCNY’s J. Max Bond Center and Davis Brody Bond's research partnership focused on equitable design practices and urban research.
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February 22, 2021

Spark Bird: Bearing witness to New York’s endangered species

Orion Magazine piece by CCNY English professor and author Emily Raboteau.
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