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EPIC NATIONAL PARKS SERIES

September 27 2009

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press release source: http://www.thirteen.org/localparks

http://www.thirteen.org/blog/programs/the-national-parks-americas-best-idea/166/

Shot primarily by three CUNY students, Daniel Cowen, from the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter, Andres Otero, from CUNY Hunter, and Davi Santos, from Macaulay Honors College at Lehman, THIRTEEN’s National Parks: New Yorkers’ Memories profiles New Yorkers’ Life-Changing Adventure of America’s National Parks. This is a unique collaboration with film students seeking a real-life, hands-on experience in television production. This is one of the first on-air and online projects shot entirely by students. Filmed By CUNY Students, Television And Web Content Profiles New Yorkers’ Life-Changing Adventures of America’s National Parks

Prof. Bernard Stein Receives Award from Bronx River Alliance

September 24 2009

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“Bernard Stein was given a well-deserved award last night from the Bronx River Alliance for his work on the Hunts Point Express” -Jordan Moss, The Bronx News Network.

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Nothing Less than Full Equality

September 24 2009

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Cleve Jones on “Nothing Less than Full Quality” -3:00 PM Lang Recital Hall

Thursday, September 24, 2009
3:00 pm, Lang Recital Halll
495 Park Avenue, Hunter North, Room 424

In 1997, Harvey Milk, the first openly gay politician was elected to office in San Francisco. At his right hand was Cleve Jones, a young activist who became one of the foremost leaders for HIV and AIDS awareness in the country. Throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s, Cleve Jones fought tirelessly to fight for the government to recognize and help fight against the onset of the AIDS epidemic as more than just a “gay cancer.”
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Student Filmmakers, Not Ceasing or Desisting

September 6 2009

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Times columnist Jim Dwyer writes today about a documentary that began in a Hunter Integrated Media Arts class last year and the efforts of a developer to suppress it. Sounds like student film makers Sarah Friedland, Kahil Shkymba and Joy Nayo Simmons did a great job.

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