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In celebration of their 25th anniversary, the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY (PSC) published this collection of articles written by Irwin Yellowitz, "professor emeritus of history at City College and a former PSC treasurer." The articles and [...]
This selection from the 1984-5 catalog of LaGuardia Community College's Continuing Education division highlights several of the college's offerings for the western Queens community. Of particular note is the school's programming for Deaf adults and [...]
This newsletter from Winter 1989 provides a glimpse into LaGuardia Community College's Programs for Deaf Adults department. The newsletter includes interviews with students and faculty, announcements of course offerings, and other news from within [...]
This is the text of a May 1988 presentation prepared by Desiree Duda, academic coordinator of Programs for Deaf Adults at LaGuardia Community College, for the Conference on Post Secondary Education for Hearing Impaired Students. The presentation [...]
This June 1972 report provides an outside assessment of LaGuardia Community College at the close of its first academic year. The document, which focuses on various aspects of Open Admissions at the college, examines both the observed successes and [...]
This 1987-8 report lists the "major goals" of LaGuardia Community College's Division of Adult & Continuing Education. Outlining each of the components within the division, the report highlights the many initiatives of the college, particularly [...]
Framing this 2002 case study of LaGuardia Community College around the larger conversation of community colleges nationwide, in this article, LaGuardia Professor Joanne Reitano explores the influence of Fiorello LaGuardia, former mayor of New York, [...]
This is a handbook that was created for use by professors at LaGuardia Community College who had "a deaf or hard-of-hearing student in his/her class." The guidebook seeks to educate its readers on the realities of life with a hearing disability [...]
Written at the close of LaGuardia Community College's first academic year, this assessment of the college provides a sobering account of the difficulties present at the school in its infancy. The report, written by Dr. Carole Leland, examines [...]
This New York Times article from September 1984 highlights the efforts of LaGuardia Community College to provide educational opportunities to Deaf students. Written on the 10th anniversary of the creation of the Programs for Deaf Adults [...]
This January 1986 newsletter from "The College for Children" at LaGuardia Community College provides a brief look into the college's unique program designed for the youth in western Queens. The newsletter includes mention of several course offerings [...]
This is the text of a presentation given by Fern Khan, former director of LaGuardia Community College's community service programs, on November 8, 1996. Delivered in commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the college's Programs for Deaf [...]
This selection from the 1987-8 catalog of LaGuardia Community College's Continuing Education division highlights the college's commitment to serving the western Queens community. The diverse array of programs cater to local children, young adults, [...]
"Breaking Tradition — Planning and Organizing a Conference on Education and Employment Opportunities"
In this article from the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, Robert Jones, a professor at LaGuardia Community College, examines a number of the considerations that are involved in designing and holding a conference aimed at addressing the [...]
This photograph features Maria Ramos, the Student Government President in front of the the arrest bus. The students were demanding an end to increases in tuition fees, and a day care center for children of students. Maria Ramos also confronted Dean [...]
Gerald Meyer with students at City Hall to save Hostos Community College. Some of the student in leadership were on a hunger strike to dramatize the issues plaguing Hostos Community College and their need for better facilities. By 1977, the third [...]
This photograph of South Bronx community members includes clergymen marching with a South Bronx Community and Church Coalition banner. This was the final march which celebrated the victory in saving Hostos.
Professor Gerald Meyer, Social Science Department, PSC Chapter chairperson and Sam Saunders, a student activist, converse across the street from Hostos Community College's 500 building. The two were co-leaders of the "Hostos Needs Space", a [...]
"Luchemos Unidos por Mas Espacio" sign translates to "We Struggle United for More Space." This was a student/faculty march through the community to alert the community of the campaign to acquire the 500 building. The resident's and passers'-by [...]
This photograph shows student activists putting up a banner on the "500" building, marking the beginning of the takeover whose aim was to claim the building, hold classes, provide childcare as well as providing services to the students who had [...]
This a photograph of a student, faculty and staff march down Lexington avenue crossing 103 towards Gracie Mansion to raise awareness about Hostos Community College’s need for funding to complete renovations at 500 Grand Concourse. In addition to [...]
Students, the PSC Chapter and community activists unite behind the fight for the second building for Hostos Community College. Signs read: "VETERANS: This is our real fight - Our Aim: 500" and, translated from Spanish, "PSC demands: Give us the [...]
This photograph depicts students and faculty with a sign at a rally being held across the street from "500" building a week before the building was taken over. As evident from the picture the Professional Staff Congress chapter was a driving force [...]
This 1964 photograph depicts the first student to register at the newly-created Borough of Manhattan Community College.
In November 1969, CUNY's Board of Higher Education formed and tasked the Citizens' Commission to "study the future of the University in all its aspects." Their analysis resulted in the creation of an extensive report in 1971 that detailed the [...]