Throughout the pandemic, the world saw the importance of Internet access in education. This, however, isn’t a guarantee. Access to quiet work spaces is an important factor in educational performance.
Explore NYC takes you around the five boroughs through the city’s very own subway system.
Hunter College is a “commuter campus.” See how the time needed to commute impacts students’ ability to study, extracurriculars, and their mental health.
A curated art exhibit of 4 texts based off on the concept of “concentric circles” titled “Where Are You in All of This?
Recent experimentation on elephants reveals that they are more intelligent than originally believed. This brings into question whether certain aspects of self recognition and individual identity are unique to humans.
In sharing our experiences with you, we hope to show how the intersections of
our identities as queer people and Latinos color our view of the world.
Specifically, we present ourselves through the exploration of how society’s
perception of us impacts the way we see ourselves. We hope you can immerse
yourself in the colorful world we live in as!!
Our project discusses the white gaze along with forms of captivity and how the messages from the artists are relevant to issues in our contemporary society.
In this curatorial project, artworks that utilize this theme of absence were displayed to demonstrate that understanding art is not solely meant to be done through sight alone, but also requires contemplation.
Our experiences through the semester battling internal and external pressures and their impact on our identities.
Our experiences this semester battling internal and external pressures and their impact on our identities.