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Bullspit! – Can We Admit That Fat People Exist?

   I have noticed that in this social climate of anti-body shaming, we have shut out the idea that fat, big, plump, and round people exist. [...]

Ethel Lagarenne Hagquist Obituary

On Tuesday, September 10, 2019, the BC Family’s sole living member of the first graduating class of 1932, Ethel Lagarenne Hagquist passed away at 107 [...]

On the Record: David Knopfler – Heartlands

It’s true — the weather in Scotland is abysmal. It began to rain the moment I stepped out of the airport doors, and has been [...]

Women’s Volleyball Dominates

Brooklyn College’s women’s volleyball team faced off against SUNY Purchase Thursday night and dominated the match at every turn.  At home, in the West Quad [...]

Vampire Weekend at Madison Square Garden

  I Don’t Want to Live this Way but I Don’t Want to Die Vampire Weekend played Madison Square Garden on Friday Sept. 6. It [...]

The US on Brink of War with Iran While Ignoring Saudi Involvement in Disastrous War in Yemen

War drums are beating in response to an attack on Saudi Arabian oil fields by Iran. Although, Yemen’s Houthi Rebel faction has claimed responsibility. The [...]

Survey Says: Tenured Profs, Adjuncts Split Over Adjunct Pay

For years, CUNY educators have been pushing for adjunct pay to be doubled to $7,000 per course, but new data suggests that a majority of [...]

BC On The 2020 Democratic Candidates

The Democratic Primary debates are over, but the discussion continues on the Brooklyn College campus and elsewhere.    Currently, former Vice President Joe Biden is the [...]

Black Clubs Mixer

On Thursday, September 12th, the Student Center’s Golden Room was filled with an ambiance of black solidarity. The Black Club Mixer was held by the [...]

Mika Rottenberg’s Playful Surrealism

 An air conditioner drips water onto a plant; a ponytail jutting out of the wall bops up and down; single drops of water fall from [...]

BC Japanese Cultural Club Celebrate Respect for Aged Day

Brooklyn College Japanese Language and Cultural Society (JLCS) surprises and shares tales of adoration for both the Japanese language and culture with “Keirō no Hi” [...]

Brooklyn Bahaadur Brings Bollywood Flair to BC

   Brooklyn College’s very own Brooklyn Bahaadur dance team held auditions Thursday night on Sept. 12th. The captain of the team is Rebecca Varghese, a junior [...]

BC Alum Organizes Esophageal Cancer Run

 This Saturday, Sept. 14, over 100 attendees and over 50 runners congregated in Brooklyn’s Marine Park to do just that at the 1st Annual Esophageal [...]

Here’s How You Can Save Thousands of Dollars In College

 The school year just kicked off two weeks ago and unsurprisingly, I’m already surrendering to the monotonous lifestyle of a full-time student. My eyebags showcased [...]

REVIEW: Prasad Paul Duffy’s “Revolutionary”

   In the dire and distant future of “Revolutionary: A Futuristic Musical,” automation and totalitarianism have forced a generation of youth onto the streets. Innocent buskers [...]