By Reem Aliessa The escalation of violence in Syria has led to massive refugee populations in bordering nations and abroad. Obtaining refugee status and receiving benefits has proven to be ...
Our secretary, Rasheda Browne, has shown dedication, commitment and hard work. Indisputably, she goes above and beyond the secretary‘s duties and responsibilities. Thus, we decided to promote her to reflect the work that she does and give her credit that she, no doubt, earned! Keep up the fabulous work, Rasheda! And this shall show that hard […]
On Friday, April 26, 2013, we hosted our first CCNY Chapter Healthcare Policy Conference. After much promotion, organizational tasks, and arrangements, we can proudly say the conference was a success. The conference had over 60 students in total and there were even attendants who were not formally students in CCNY such as Hunter College and […]
Click on our Facebook page for more information https://www.facebook.com/events/150912868416533/?fref=ts The CCNY Roosevelt Institute Campus Network will be hosting a healthcare conference on Friday, April 26th from 11:00am to 4:00pm at City College of New York, Harris Hall. The topics we will discuss are HIV/AIDS, the role of media in health, access to healthy foods in low-income […]
Hello everyone! Join us next Thursday March 14th as we welcome Angela Fernandez from Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights as she speaks on present immigration policy here in the US. Refreshments will be served!
Join us on February 28 at 4:30 p.m. for the Inaugural Anne and Bernard Spitzer Lecture: “Post-Atlantic America: A Conversation with Reihan Salam” Reihan Salam, a policy analyst, is the lead writer of National Review online’s The Agenda, a policy adviser at Economics 21, a fellow of the National Review Institute, a CNN contributor, and […]
Join us this coming Tuesday! Here’s the flyer and the Facebook event for more information.
By: Samantha Wendorf. Samantha talks to our student government vice president, and Roosevelt Institute CCNY Chairman, about the post-election discussion panel, Sandy recovery efforts and his own political aspirations Q: What major projects are you currently working on? A: The Government & Law Society, along with help from USG and the Roosevelt Institute, have been […]
Hello all! As you are watching the states turn Blue and Red, we are pleased to invite you to join us on this Thursday, November 8th, during club hours for a Post Presidential Election Discussion Panel! This event will feature a panel of professors, one professor being a moderator, to discuss the outlook for the […]
Good morning all! Please join the Roosevelt Institute Chapter CCNY and our friends at the Student Association for International Studies at our “Halloween Dance for a Cause!” Come join us tonight in the NAC Ballroom from 7-10pm, as we dance away mid-terms stress in a fun and safe space! Music will be provided by the […]
By: Taylor Jo Isenberg, National Director of the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network. Millennials are eager to work toward a more effective and inclusive public sector. Two competing visions: it’s more then just the debate frame that the media chooses to use when describing how President Obama and Governor Romney see the role of […]