The Student Government Association had a very close race for freshmen class president, but Hannah Cochran beat out her opponents to win the election. All of the votes were closely spread out among each candidate. According to Amber Perrell, assistant dean of students, the number of voters has increased since the ballot became electronic last […]
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Looking to get involved on campus? Want to gain leadership experience? Need to amp up your resume? The Queens Chronicle is now accepting applications for leadership positions for 2013-14: Editor, managing editor, webmaster, entertainment editor, chief photographer, production/design editor. Submit resume and cover letter to faculty advisor Michael Weinstein at email@example.com. Deadline: April 19.
On the last Sunday of spring break, something on Twitter caught my attention. I read a tweet that belonged to QueensGossip13 and I didn’t like what I saw. Although it was not addressed to me, it was addressed to one of my friends. I instantly followed the new handle and waited to see what would […]
Two reporters from the Queens Chronicle were denied access to President Davies’ campus update speech on March 19, because, she said, the updates are for faculty and staff only. Davies denied two requests from the Chronicle to cover the meeting on behalf of students and the entire campus. The Chronicle maintained that the meeting should […]
Mike Wirth, an assistant professor in the Queens art department is pioneering the department with the new media design major. Worth, who specializes in infographics, has been involved with the evolution from graphic design to new media design in both the community and Queens. “I want my students to be of a high quality and […]