Time Magazine Names Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020’s People of the Year

Every year since 1927, Time Magazine has selected one person, group, concept, or movement to be given the honor of Person of the Year. Before announcing 2020’s honorees, Time Ceo and Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal went on TODAY to announce the magazine’s shortlist. The top four contenders for the honor were: President-Elect Joe Biden Felsenthal said […]

America Doesn’t Need Horror Movies This Halloween: Our President and the Pandemic

By Lia Hauser After criticizing his opponent at the first presidential debate on Tuesday September 29th for wearing “the largest mask you’ve ever seen,” President Donald Trump contracted COVID-19. Trump’s public appearances sans-mask have sparked controversy consistently throughout the pandemic that has overtaken life in the United States. Forbes has broken down a definitive timeline […]

Conducting Research During COVID-19: A Student Perspective

Conducting research, which is considered a key component of one’s undergraduate career and one way to fulfill the experiential learning requirement for graduation, is no easy process. Throw a mid-semester global pandemic into the mix, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for disaster. But disaster it was not for many Macaulay students, taking advantage of […]

COVID-19 Resources for Macaulay Students

By Arvind Dev As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, the editors of the Macaulay Messenger are committed to providing a hub of resources for our readers and their loved ones. This list will be periodically updated. To add to our list, please leave a comment or email arvind.dev@macaulay.cuny.edu.  Information For up-to-date information on CUNY’s […]