CCNY ScareFest Brings College’s Underground Tunnels to Life

This year, CCNY announced the debut of ScareFest, an interactive “haunted house”-inspired walking tour of the infamous tunnels that run underneath campus. The tunnels – originally used for quick and convenient passage between the North Academic Center, Harris Hall, and Compton-Goethals – have remained dormant for quite some time, but will be brought to life […]

Spotlight: Gabriela Geselowitz

Gabriela Geselowitz (Hunter ’13), a double Theatre and Journalism major, undertook a rare and ambitious senior thesis project. Her production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a steampunk twist, generated waves amongst Macaulay Hunter students, with sold out shows playing at Macaulay Central on April 15th, 16th, 17th, 21st, and 22nd at Macaulay Central. So […]

Free University Offers a New Look at Higher Education

Madison Square Park became the center of an event called the Free University. Affiliated with the Occupy movement, the classes, both taught and attended by the public, were intended to be an “experiment in radical education,” according to the event’s website. Over 160 classes were taught and many focused on social and economic justice, like “Class Struggle, Socialism, and […]