From Amy Gijsbers van Wijk: My two years at Carnegie Mellon University are culminating in the New Works Series production of my play, The Alternate Possibilities of Our Past and Future History with Particular Regard to the Identification of the Eastern Puma and … Continued
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Shahrukh Khan, CUNY Baccalaureate (CUNY BA) student from the College of Staten Island, has been accepted into one of the most prestigious undergraduate summer research programs in the nation.
CUNY BA Alumna on Broadway
CUNY Baccalaureate students Ilana Gelb and Javier Picayo were awarded Critical Language Scholarships and the opportunity to spend eight weeks of the summer in intensive language training abroad. The Critical Language Scholarship Program (CLS) is an intensive overseas language study … Continued
We here at CUNY Baccalaureate know that our students take full advantage of the richness of the CUNY system. They use the University as their campus, selecting the most exciting courses, working with the best faculty and forging challenging, rigorous … Continued
For those who we were not able to attend the CUNY Baccalaureate Conference Series panel discussion on the turmoil in Ukraine (April 25, 2014), here is the audio. Ukraine One Ukraine Two Ukraine Three An article from Voices of NY … Continued
“Crisis in Syria: The Human Face” March 24,2014 6-8pm | Jacob Burns Moot Court Room at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law The Syrian conflict has resulted in one of the largest humanitarian crises in decades: over 2.5 million refugees, … Continued
CUNY BA alumna Syreeta Gates (B.A. 2013, Urban Youth Culture) has recently been featured in Forbes Magazine. Check out her “5 Tips For ‘Making It’ in America”: “Syreeta Gates is no trust fund baby. She grew up in Jamaica, Queens—specifically, … Continued
Kayhan Irani, B.A. 2008 (Theatre and Social Change) was awarded a Fulbright in the spring of 2012, which enabled her to travel to India and complete research for a new play. Now close to completion, her play “Tree of Seeds” is … Continued
Clarissa is in a car accident. Her husband, Marc, is the only surgeon available to perform reconstruction. When she wakes up, she is covered in bandages. “Am I unlike myself?” she asks… Second Skin is a story about the search … Continued
On June 23, 2013, CUNY Baccalaureate graduate Sally Abdelgharfar said YES to John Cusick’s marriage proposal whose “will you marry me?” was amplified by a human mic of over 200 family members and friends in the middle of Times Square.
Mr. Hattem, 38, is a graduate student at Yale working on a dissertation in American history that “explores the role of competing historical memories of 17th-century Britain in shaping late colonial political culture.”
Republished from NCAA.org By Brian Burnsed NCAA.org A pair of Division III student-athletes can see the top of hill, yet they refuse to be thrust over. Florina Petcu, a 37-year old former actress and Muay Thai boxing champion, recently competed … Continued
Watch (13.25) CUNY BA alumna (B.A. 2013) and Teach for America corps member Hogai Aryoubi in a skit on The Late Show with David Letterman. It’s about top ten reasons why one becomes a teacher. Hogai delivers reason number three. … Continued
Barbara Katz Rothman, Professor in the Departments of Sociology and Anthropology at Baruch College and on the doctoral faculty in public health and sociology at the Graduate Center is a faculty mentor for Lyric Croy, who is pursuing a CUNY … Continued