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  Information For up-to-date information on CUNY’s […]

Quiz: How Well Do You Know CUNY?      

(Note: The questions on this quiz concern the major senior CUNY colleges – Baruch College, Brooklyn College, The City College of New York, College of Staten Island, Hunter College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Lehman College, and Queens College.) Which CUNY has the most undergraduate students enrolled? Baruch College Queens College Hunter College College […]

So here’s the deal, kid…

This month, we asked Macaulay seniors to submit a couple of sentences that they would tell themselves before they started college knowing all that they know now. Thank you to everyone for their honest and thought-provoking responses. We wish all of the seniors the best of luck in the next chapter of their lives! 🙂 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “Worry […]

NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo Discusses NY Rising Initiative at CSI

After delivering his State of the State address to a joint session in Albany last month, Governor Andrew Cuomo visited the College of Staten Island to present his “NY Rising” initiative to students and faculty. NY Rising details Governor Cuomo and the State legislator’s plan to promote growth in New York State. Citing Albany’s successes […]

Spotlight: Jenna Jankowski

Lugging hula hoops and wooden sticks onto the Staten Island Ferry, Jenna Jankowski ’14 (Staten Island) had set out to accomplish the unthinkable — to start a Quidditch team. Yet, over a year later, The Macaulay Marauders are official members of the International Quidditch Association (IQA), ranked 49th in the league, and qualified for the […]

Back On The Hardwood

The current lockout may have put the NBA on standstill, but hope for basketball this season has not been lost. With college basketball underway, basketball fans everywhere have an alternative. Granted, the talent level of college players lags the talent level of NBA players, but true basketball enthusiasts will find comfort in watching the game. Basketball […]

Occupy CSI? Students Protest Tuition Hikes

Flyers scattered around The College of Staten Island this morning screamed, “Class Cancelled Because Of The Revolution.” Students walked around campus with whistles and makeshift drums. Professors entered classrooms, unsure of how many students would attend their lectures. Wednesday afternoon, a group of CSI students rallied against planned CUNY tuition hikes. Protestors organized a walkout, […]