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
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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
From the Big Screen to the Soccer Field Nov. 30, 2012 Petcu is one of the captains of the Brooklyn College women’s soccer team. You would never guess it from watching the Brooklyn College women’s soccer captain lead her teammates … Continued
Faculty Mentor Kenneth A. Gould, Professor and Chair of Sociology at Brooklyn College and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the CUNY Graduate Center recently co-edited (with Tammy L. Lewis) Thirty Readings in Introductory Sociology. The book is organized … Continued
Cannes, France–Judianny Compres (Tower Heist, NYC 22) stars in Happy New Year! a Harlem drama premiering at the Cannes Film Festival—Court Metrage—John Mancini, Executive Producer. Inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s painting “The Bedroom” and set in New York, Happy New … Continued
They Come in PEACE May 21, 2012 Ben Wasserman at the East New York Family Academy. On a breezy spring morning, four Brooklyn College students huddle inside a tomato-red trailer on a gated campus at the corner of Linden Boulevard … Continued
Kayhan Irani Making Her Mark on the World’s Stage When she was in fourth grade, Kayhan Irani (CUNY BA, 2008) wrote her first full-length play. “It was about a woman suffragette who was fighting for women’s right to vote and … Continued
Eric Carlsen is a CUNY Baccalaureate student pursuing dual Areas of Concentration in Sustainability Modeling: (1) Business Organization and (2) Food Systems. Most recently, Eric was awarded with the CUNY Baccalaureate 2012 Thomas Smith Fellowship. He has also been profiled … Continued
Recent alumna Drea Bernardi beat the 50,000-to-one odds and scored a plum job with the renowned chef.
Most recently Raja was again on The Takeaway with Professor Nancy Yousef providing commentary on the Arab Spring: http://www.thetakeaway.org/2011/dec/29/look-back-arab-spring/ Earlier post: Among the three laureates of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize is Tawakkul Karman, a young Yemeni woman who led … Continued