There’s a saying: “Be strong, because you never know who you are inspiring.” City College junior Aaron Raines was the perfect embodiment of that phrase. In 2012, the Virginia native was a member of the staff of Royal News and PGTV (Prince George High TV),…Continue
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This time of year, we receive biographies for the Who’s Who & Where book for our anniversary classes, who reunite each June; so many of them tell of meeting their spouses of several decades while at City College. We hear stories of spouses meeting at House Plan parties, in the cafeteria, at…Continue
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This is the time of year when we reflect upon our lives, paying close attention to all that we are thankful for. Here at the City College Fund, we have many reasons to be grateful. In particular, the exuberant and hardworking students we…Continue
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Curiosity was the name of the game on the second of our Giving Tuesday sessions in the NAC rotunda. CCNY students are an inquisitive bunch who like to have as much information at their fingertips as possible. We fielded lots of questions as…Continue
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Here at the City College Fund, we love welcoming people, especially familiar faces, and building relationships. Faces from last year’s Bronx Science/CCNY Scholarship Project Luncheon, and beyond, returned this week to meet the new generation of grateful and…Continue
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Established in 1972, the City College Poetry Festival is the longest-running poetry celebration in New York. The festival is an all-day love affair with the spoken word, beginning at 9:15AM and concluding at 5PM. Taking place in the Marian Anderson Theater of Aaron Davis Hall, the festival is the culmination…Continue
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Every parent wants the best for their child, even before their offspring is born. This, of course, includes the best of health--ten fingers, ten toes, etc. But, what if, during the first 6-18 months of life, pronounced developmental and physical delays are noticeable? Hyperventilating, facial and hand spasms, and an undersized head, for…Continue
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Join us in the Great Hall at 5PM on April 7th to welcome Dr. Huda Zoghbi for the Louis Levine-Gabriella de Beer Lecture in Genetics. Dr. Zoghbi is the Ralph D. Feigin Professor of Pediatrics, Molecular, and Human Genetics at the Baylor College of Medicine. She is also an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, as well as Director of the Jan and Dan Duncan…Continue
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It’s not every day that you come across an alum who carries his school spirit with him halfway around the world. CCNY Class of 1975 graduate Nehr Nimmanahaeminda is one such rare person. A retired lecturer at Chiang Mai University in Thailand, Nehr still remembers his alma mater quite fondly; he also donates generously on a…Continue
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December, traditionally known as the season of giving, kicks off tomorrow with Giving Tuesday.
Giving Tuesday continues and expands upon the spirit of wonder, delight, gratitude, and goodwill that alights during the year-end holidays. Giving Tuesday is when you can improve someone’s life with just the click of a mouse.
By far, the most gratifying aspect of Giving Tuesday is the heartfelt gratitude of students who would otherwise not have been able to remain in school, or buy…Continue
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After fifteen years at The City College Fund, Executive Director celebrated the opening of her new workspace in Shepard Hall at the beginning of the new year.
One of the most—if not the most beloved executives in the Tri-State area is ecstatic with her new suite. Designed by Robert Kennedy, her Director of Financial Service, and decorated by her Director of Special Projects, Cly Fowkes, Elena’s suite is bathed in soft fluorescent lighting and punctuated with robust bursts of…
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