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Ludic Serialities @ CUNY

On April 23-24, 2015, I will be participating in the conference “Thinking Serially: Repetition, Continuation, Adaptation,” hosted by the Department of Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center, CUNY. 451 more words

Conferences

CUNY Professor Explores Hip-Hop’s Influence on Racism, Language

With its position at the center of the pop culture universe firmly established and its global reach and influence the common currency across a multicultural platform, it comes as no surprise that hip-hop has found its way into the classroom. 557 more words

National

Introducing the CUNY Academic Commons!

Locked appliances vs generative platforms – an on-going issue that we are all familiar with, especially with well-known Apple vs Android ‘war’.  In this week’s post I would rather focus on the generative ones as I believe they are the future of our… 79 more words

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York College men's basketball program faces compliance probe

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Omar St. John

I confirmed the York College men’s basketball program is under investigation for academic eligibility and other compliance issues. This was after I asked whether star player Omar St. 48 more words

CUNY professor explores hip-hop’s influence on racism, language

With its position at the center of the pop culture universe firmly established and its global reach and influence the common currency across a multicultural platform, it comes as no surprise that hip-hop has found its way into the classroom. 556 more words

Generation Y

CUNY Professor Explores Hip-Hop’s Influence on Racism, Language

With its position at the center of the pop culture universe firmly established and its global reach and influence the common currency across a multicultural platform, it comes as no surprise that hip-hop has found its way into the classroom. 557 more words

Music

CUNY Professor Explores Hip-Hop’s Influence on Racism, Language

With its position at the center of the pop culture universe firmly established and its global reach and influence the common currency across a multicultural platform, it comes as no surprise that hip-hop has found its way into the classroom. 557 more words

Music