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For over 150 years, Hunter College has been opening doors and transforming lives, inspiring students to become leaders and innovators in the classroom, the community and beyond.absoluteBLACK Oval Narrow-Wide Direct Mount Chainring - 36t, SRA
Enjoy virtual lectures, discussions and readings by Hunter friends, alumni and distinguished faculty.
Hunter College welcomed award-winning author Sigrid Nunez to kick off the spring 2022 Distinguished Writers Series as the featured speaker.
This discussion considered how researching Sophie Halaby helped Professor Laura Schor reframe her understanding of Jerusalem.
This talk examined the responses of German Jewish WWI veterans to the state-sponsored violence the Nazis unleashed against Jews on 9 November, 1938.
Hunter College community welcomed novelist, Leslie Jamison for this installment of the Distinguished Writers Series.
Celebrated Hunter alumnus Bill Cheng joined the Hunter community for another installment of the Distinguished Writers Series.
“For 150 years, Hunter College has been the place where the American Dream comes true. Students arrive with aspirations as varied as their backgrounds, and benefit from the common experience of life-changing educational opportunity.”
Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College President
Professor Anita Raja, three Hunter students, and their Columbia teammates won the innovation prize at the NIH’s Decoding Maternal Morbidity Challenge.
Ronnie Ancona discusses Sarah Pomeroy’s study of women in classical antiquity and her new volume co-edited with alumna Georgia Tsouvala.
In a year faced with unprecedented challenges, forty-two Hunter students and recent graduates received prestigious fellowships and scholarships.
Angel Antonio Ruiz-Laboy, who most recently served as Managing Director of Teatro SEA, will be the first person to hold the newly created position.
Artist and Hunter alumna Firelei Báez won the Rome Prize and the Artes Mundi Prize, and now has a major new installation at ICA Boston.