Professor John Torpey (Sociology) published an op-ed in The Hill in which he argues this is a particularly dangerous moment in the presidency, as the administration shifts its focus to the international arena. Read more
A recent Alumni Mentoring Roundtable gave students the opportunity to meet and seek guidance from accomplished GC alumni and friends. Read more
The GC will host a one-day performance on Thursday, April 27, by Mexican multidisciplinary artist and neuroscientist Arantxa Araujo that will explore the physical ravages experienced by low-wage, immigrant kitchen workers.
Luke Waltzer, Director of the Teaching and Learning Center, discusses his goals for this year’s event and how GC students benefit by teaching at CUNY. Read more
Profile of John Michael Zayac, Ph.D. student in Earth and Environmental Sciences. Read more
"The new bill marks the first time that a European Union member country has passed legislation that so brazenly assails higher education," President Chase F. Robinson and Provost Joy Connolly write in a community message. Read more
On May 1, 2, and 7, the GC's Martin E. Segal Theatre Center will present staged readings of nine plays from five continents. The play festival aims to fight U.S. isolationism. Read more
The GC recently announced a new page on its website that will make data more accessible to everyone at the Graduate Center. Read more
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Distinguished Professor Nancy Foner (GC/Hunter, Sociology) has been named a 2017 Guggenheim Fellow in the field of Sociology.