Fauve Review: Atmospheric
Nov15

Fauve Review: Atmospheric

Fauve is an enjoyable foreign short film that will remind you of your childhood, especially if you’re not from the United States. The excellent cinematography, emotion provoking scenes and surprising performances of the young actors will have a powerful effect on viewers. There is no doubt why this movie is an award-winning. We all did naughty things when we were children. Looking back, it’s easy to regard it all as amusing, but they...

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Raquel Torres: A Vessel of Change at KCC
Nov01

Raquel Torres: A Vessel of Change at KCC

Kingsborough’s Student Life Coordinator Raquel Torres sees our world as troubled in many ways. She refuses to accept living with daily encounters of racism and discrimination. She strives to make a valuable change in this way of thinking. She wants to be the change. Among her many talents are being a leader and a poetess. She has made use of her youth to give voice, empower and serve as an advocate for minorities, such as...

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KCC’s Maritime Tech Program: Making Oil and Water Mix
Oct25

KCC’s Maritime Tech Program: Making Oil and Water Mix

If you smell French Fries off the coast of Kingsborough Community College, it’s not from the school’s cafeteria; it’s from the maritime technology department. Equipped with cooking oil from the school’s culinary department, the ship, dubbed, “French Fry,” starts up in regular Diesel fuel and then switches to cooking oil. With the salty smell coming from the engine and emanating throughout the air during...

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A Philosopher’s  Passion for Professoring
Oct15

A Philosopher’s Passion for Professoring

Professor Richard Legum’s facial expression resembles the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. No one knows what he is thinking. The witty professor of Philosophy at Kingsborough Community College has no borders. He enjoys sharing his ample knowledge with his students from all over the world. His students come from different countries like the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and of course, the United...

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