Archive for May, 2008

Administrator’s Documentation

By johanna • May 30th, 2008 • Category: About

Administrator’s Documentation is available only through the Network Administratator, Rashaan J. Doctor. email: fm.support@hunter.cuny.edu Office: 212 772 4428 (office hours: 10am-4pm) Room: HN 478 (By appointment only) cell: 917 621 6078 Backup contact: Peter Jackson office: 212-772-4578

The Spring Break You Won’t Be Seeing on MTV

By Olivia Lin • May 29th, 2008 • Category: Slideshows

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What Is That Thing?

By Stephanie Smith • May 28th, 2008 • Category: Slideshows

Not the Typical Tattoo for “Mom”

By Stephanie Smith • May 28th, 2008 • Category: Slideshows

Students Split Over CUNY’s Toughened Admissions Standards

By Tracy Neiman • May 22nd, 2008 • Category: Public Affairs

[This article was written for Basic Reporting, under the direction of Prof. Bernard L. Stein.]

“I don’t think my education was impaired by sharing the school with students who weren’t as advanced as I was. You get out of an education what you put into it.”

Caught in the Web
of Internet Addiction

By Christine Melgarejo • May 19th, 2008 • Category: Public Affairs

Everyone spends tons of time on the Web, but there can be too much of a cool thing

Body Art: Through Time, Across Cultures and Here Right Now

By Marcelina Santiago • May 19th, 2008 • Category: Slideshows

Not just for convicts and aborigenes anymore, contemporary tattoos remember loved ones, celebrate passions and just look cool

Mission Statement:
In the Mix

By Parisi • May 17th, 2008 • Category: About

6mix is a pilot project with a double purpose. It aims to be an online, multimedia magazine, inviting students to tell their stories with a compelling combination of words, images and sound–an exercise in “digital literacy.”   Toward that end the Online Journalism class at Hunter College in Spring 2008 wrote public affairs stories, contributed to a group [...]

Ink Icon

By Cinelle Ariola • May 12th, 2008 • Category: 'Sup Wit Dat Tat?

Finding the street an insufficient stage for his art, NYC Lase turns his own body into a canvas for his tags and graffiti icons

“It’s Just Skin”

By Christine Melgarejo • May 12th, 2008 • Category: 'Sup Wit Dat Tat?

Most people planning to get a tattoo ponder the business heavily. Tattoos don’t just wash off, after all. They’re a profound personal statement. But not to Billy Brancato, 21, a self-proclaimed rock star. “They are no big deal; I don’t see why everyone gets so serious about them.” Showing off his casual approach is the outline of Long Island [...]