“They’re living outside, they’re living in camps, they’re living in tight quarters, not very sanitary conditions,” said Brigida during her talk, “Beyond Borders,” which was sponsored by the Pulitzer Center and held at the Roosevelt House in March.Read More Pulitzer Center Report Reveals the Struggles of the “Remain in Mexico” Immigration Program at Roosevelt House Event
Award-winning New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey told student journalists they empathize with them and understand how difficult it is to report on their own schools.Read More Hunter Professor Moderates IG Live with Award-winning NYT Journalists
“This would be amazing for students who work full time,” said Luger. “Most are forced to attempt five classes each semester, fail a few, and then eventually run out of TAP before they graduate.”Read More Gov. Hochul’s Budget Extends TAP to Part-Time Students, Prisoners
“I’m a storyteller, that’s what I am at my core…I just love stories, I don’t know that I chose a speciality, I think it chose me,” says Cillekens who will be teaching MEDPL 284 Radio Reporting and Podcasting this semester.Read More Hunter Faculty Spotlight: Emma Cillekens
During the 90-minute Zoom convocation, featured speaker Dr. Christina Greer juxtaposed the hope that Black people will get full recognition for their contributions to society with the doubt that the political climate would support those reparations.Read More Raab Announces Memorial Dedications at Black History Month Convocation
When the pandemic forced classes online, some administrators doubted Blackboard could handle the traffic volume. That’s when the university acquired Zoom licenses for all the teachers, some of whom still use Collaborate Ultra despite its audio, video, screen-sharing and connectivity issues.Read More Despite Advantages of Zoom, Some Professors Still Use Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
You’d be surprised to learn that Christianne Acosta grew up with a stepmother from a fairytale.Read More Thriving Community Leader, Miss Arizona 1985, Shares Her Surprising Past
An audio interview where a Google program manager for Newsstand and Google Assistant discusses behind-the-scenes politics at the company.Read More Anonymous Interview with Google Program Manager
The Biophilic Cities Network presented a certificate to Pittsburgh’s mayor for the city’s many progressive environmental initiatives.Read More Biophilic Cities Commends Pittsburgh
A Q&A with Ingrid Dehrls about her 32 years at Pfizer, how the company changed for the worse 15 years ago and what she thinks of the covid vaccine.Read More Pharma Rep Reflects on Pfizer and the Covid Vaccine
An audio interview where an info tech professional discusses embarrassing moments for companies and churches, the strange relief of losing her parents and growing up with a programmer for a dad.Read More Anonymous Interview with Info Tech Professional
A profile about Katina Paron’s work in youth journalism, her family background and her current lifestyle.Read More Katina Paron, Unrelenting Advocate for Young Journalists
The following news story is meant to be an example of my writing style. It does not reflect real events. It is false news.Read More Inverted Pyramid Example #3 (False News)
The following news story is meant to be an example of my writing style. It does not reflect real events. It is false news.Read More Inverted Pyramid Example #2 (False News)
The following news story is meant to be an example of my writing style. It does not reflect real events. It is false news.Read More Inverted Pyramid Example #1 (False News)
The winds rushed in every direction. The flickers of light through the grave curtain of grey were few and far between, glaring out from the lighthouse a mile down the beach. Edgar’s arms were crossed at his chest like a mummy, and he stood in the sand, tied to a tree, expecting the worst. His thin black pin-stripe suit barely retained any heat, so he shivered in the cold of this stormy morning. His white shirt was crumpled and dirty from sleeping in the sand the night before. He looked ragged—a splayed version of his usual self. His black tie hung halfway out of his pants pocket—he had the intelligence to at least remove it from his neck so it wouldn’t flap him in the face.Read More Reflective Winds
My mother uses her phone for research. Instead of bookmarks, she saves links to webpages on her home screen. I remind her that they can’t be transferred to a new phone, and she could lose them.
My grandmother learns how to turn on her phone. She follows her directions for sending a text message. She accidentally sends a ten minute video of her feet with the news playing in the background.
Three AI’s walk into a room…Read More Indeterminate Exit
“She’s the only one the cat will even come close to.” The Rabbi told my mother in his gentle and slightly raspy voice that exuded wisdom. We were walking down the hallway of the synagogue. His long, white robes glistened with gold filigree. My mother stood in stark contrast, dressed all in black. She wore a tank top, against the rule that shoulders must not show in the holy house, which even reform jews were supposed to follow. This wasn’t a service, though, she would say.Read More Cat’s Cradling
I want.Read More Wants.
Jeremy rolled off the bed, wrapped a towel around his naked body, and went to take a shower. While he did, Rebecca got herself dressed and collected her things into the small backpack she was accustomed to bringing to his place. They were sweaty and flush, but Rebecca wanted to wait until she got home to her own shower to wash off. It was bigger and cleaner.Read More A Weekend
Milly entered the library with one thing on her mind. Where was she being commissioned next? It would take a six mecra-long flight to get anywhere worth studying. She had coordinates that looked much closer. As she walked down the echoing, cold, marble steps, she hoped it was somewhere she could study the lifestyle habits of the Gannibions. But she didn’t know of any Gannibion outpost this close to galactic center. Long ago, the Gannibions had left Earth for safe havens where they could practice mushroom farming in peace, away from the noises and pollution of the city planets.Read More Planet X7
From her life, a story grows. The roots are in every choice she’s ever made. The branches are in the things she said. The leaves are her words, each one delivered slowly and with care. She came into my life and went I know not where. When I met this woman, she asked me what I loved. She ignored the useless talk of what I do and where I come from. We walked down the street together, opening our mail. Meaningless messages and empty words, some bills. She said she would take the long way to work, because that allowed her more time to ponder and wander. I wanted to follow her, but I didn’t dare. …Read More A Weeping Leaf
A sea of pink,
A sea of red,
A glowing blue
About my head.
The hemlocks are chasing me down the street. I turn the corner, climb the wall, and hide under the archway between two buildings, in the shadows. Or, should I say, the other hemlocks. I haven’t been one for very long, but I feel both invigorated and drained. I feel a fire flowing in my veins that I’ve never felt before. I feel as if I’m sulking through the world. It alternates, and it doesn’t matter what time of day it is or what’s going on, it just shifts. Perhaps my body is getting used to this…Read More One Hemlock Life
When the wind whistles through the trees, it soothes me. My favorite color is the green light of the sun shining through leaves. When I was a child, I could spend hours climbing them, playing amongst the plants. As an adult, a butterfly can still distract me for minutes unending. They flitter and flutter and convince me there is beauty in the world. A plant on my antique white desk moves with the sunlight. It moves so swiftly, for a plant, that I see it in a new position every time I look at it. Its green and purple leaves leave nothing to be desired.Read More A Day At The Market
The wilderness gave me my name, How could you think I would be tame? Sent me out, disgraced or worse: Considered ugly by those with purse. From Babylon, Straits and Open Seas, We carried the torch far from these. We refused to play that alpha game, And in the end, there’s none to blame. I […]Read More Liquid Fire
Stupid fucking lawnmower Sounds are unkind Anger, frustration, Vibrations in mind… When will you lighten, soften loosen and quit? When will you silence, release, in peace, And just sit? Wondering widely, how to rewrite this game, I wish to relinquish this sense Of anguish and pain… How can one object cause so much strife, I’ve […]Read More Stupid Fucking Lawnmower
Laws can limit corruption and exploitation, but currently our laws don’t. When Obama said, “Change we can believe in,” and Trump said, “Drain the Swamp”, many Americans were thinking of the same barrier to our pursuit of happiness.Read More Part I: The Basics of Inequality (Op-Ed)
.. want a peak into people’s real countries, without the news media propaganda?… A compilation of This Is America parodies that were done in deep earnestness… Please let me know if I missed any that are serious! (A few topless dudes that don’t show us their country doesn’t count for this list)… Also, it would […]Read More This Is Earth (Video Compilation)
A flood. The first instant was chaos.The news, received with no less than a few hours to react, was their last step in a contingency plan, allowing ours to even begin….Read More U.T.O.P.I.A.
My garden is a combination of all the themes I’ll be covering (and then some). I mostly cater to bees with herbs and hotels. I also grow some food, have a succulent rock garden, tend to the baby trees, and added more native plants to the yard. It may seem like a lot of work, but […]Read More Easy + Awesome Alternatives to Lawns (Advice)