2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: La Noria Review: Special
May03

2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: La Noria Review: Special

The animated story of a little guy who likes to craft wonder wheels, La Noria, will sneak up to the deepest corners of your heart and your mind. A boy is locked up in the dark house surrounded by unreal and scary creatures. The movie creates tension and makes you worried. It is perfect for the fans of emotionally pressing films. La Noria is an animated short film directed by filmmaker/animator Carlos Baena and produced as an online...

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KCC Talks: The Cafeteria
Apr12

KCC Talks: The Cafeteria

The cafeteria is a place to take a break from books and professors, to meet with your friends, or even take a nap. With 487 seats available, a menu suitable for meat lovers and vegetarians and hours of availability from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on weekdays and 7:30 a.m. to an early evening on weekends, the Kingsborough cafeteria caters to the entire campus community. At the same time, thoughts on the cafeteria are polarizing. The...

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Thompson’s Promise Forges a Career
Oct15

Thompson’s Promise Forges a Career

Tara Thompson was 21 when she made a promise to her mother, which carried her along the difficult journey to her dream career. “My mother looked at me and asked only one thing,” Thompson said. “‘You are going to finish school, right?’ I said: ‘Yes, of course.’ “There was no doubt in my mind that I would.” Thirteen years later, Thompson, the 34-years-old Texan, one of the best-rated professor at KCC, according...

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