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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 17, 2017


After an inspiring 170th Anniversary celebration, students and faculty are back on City College of New York’s historic grounds excited for the semester to begin. As the summer turns to fall, new programs are brightening the campus.

There are programs focusing on both electrical engineering and computer science concepts as well as a program that incorporates identity-driven research from activist-scholars studying immigration, social movements, protest, gender and violence.

Following is a list of the new offerings:

Computer Engineering, a 30-credit program from the Grove School of Engineering of that will lead to a Master of Science degree in the field of Computer Engineering. It combines studies in key aspects of computing hardware and

The conference "Racism, Anti-Semitism, and the Radical Right," taking place at Yale Sept. 10-11, coincides with the national conversation about white supremacist groups in the United States, while also exploring the international dimensions of a phenomenon that has been gaining momentum over the past decade.

The event, which also serves as the fifth annual Conference of the International Consortium for Research on Anti-Semitism and Racism, is organized by the Yale Program for the Study of

NYS Lawmakers Write to Joe Lhota

Dear Editor: 

New York State Assembly member Jeffrey Dinowitz and 45 of his colleagues recently signed a letter to Metropolitan Transportation Authority chairman Joe Lhota expressing concern about declining bus service and ongoing transit crises.  Perhaps they are unaware of many bus capital projects funded under the ongoing MTA Five Year $32 billion 2015 - 2019 Five Year Capital Plan.    

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit

So we now observe that the frenzy created in Charlottesville by the clash of Right Wing Nazis thugs with Left Wing hoodlums has quickly morphed into a crusade to cleanse America of its Civil War and wildly racist past. Communities, churches, universities and cities are now in sort of a scorecard frenzy to see which could take down the most statues of Confederate generals and leaders, rename streets, schools and buildings to cleanse themselves from what they consider, the bigotry and hatred

Some 80 students from 13 different countries participated in a high-level training conference that prepares students to respond to campus anti-Semitism and anti-Israel activism.

The seventh annual Student Leadership Training Conference, hosted by the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA), was held Aug. 4-9 in Boston.

Andrea Levin, CAMERA’s president and executive director, said the tools learned at the conference answer a genuine need for students, no matter