Prof. Hickey Talks Upcoming Video Game Book, Career at Kingsborough
Jun02

Prof. Hickey Talks Upcoming Video Game Book, Career at Kingsborough

The first bible of video games will make its way to the bookstores around Christmas 2017. Written by former NBC news editor and National Video Games writer at Examiner, Patrick Hickey Jr., and published by McFarland and Company. The book will contain interviews with over 60 video game developers on 36 of their most iconic and unique game projects. The Minds Behind the Games: Interviews with Cult and Classic Video Game Developers will...

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Children of the Reformation: SGA Shakes KCC with Government Restructure
May19

Children of the Reformation: SGA Shakes KCC with Government Restructure

For the first time since the 1960s, Kingborough’s Student Government Association (SGA) is the closest it has ever been to restructuring its entire government. Kingsborough’s student government is unique across CUNY colleges. Since the founding of Kingsborough, student government has been separated into constituencies: Liberal Arts Council, Business Council, Public and Health Council, Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM)...

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Student Profile: Lee-Ann Graham
May19

Student Profile: Lee-Ann Graham

Lee-Ann Graham has never lowered her voice for the sake of others. The copper colored 29-year-old Undocumented and Unafraid founder and Sister’s United re-launcher said that she was just born with a distinct voice. Her grandmother often said her mother created a monster that she didn’t want to live with. The Kingsborough student has made a name for herself on campus as the point person for all things DACA and women’s empowerment....

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Kenka Review: Traditions of Wonderful Cusine Explored
Apr17

Kenka Review: Traditions of Wonderful Cusine Explored

25 Saint Marks Place, right in the heart of Saint Marks, lies Kenka. Considering how fast paced, festive, and crowded Saint Marks can be, it is extremely easy to miss the restaurant if you are not actively looking for it, as it’s in Japanese. The sidewalk forms into a set of concrete stairs that leads down to Kenka, located below the infamous thrift shop, Search and Destroy. The ideal business demands capital and customers, but a good...

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Inside the Ropes of Shibari: Taboo or Norm?
Mar30

Inside the Ropes of Shibari: Taboo or Norm?

BDSM, once a controversy of taboo among our society, but finding a safe place in the midst of their hidden communities. Early in the morning, Yesenia Flores departs from her apartment in Bay Parkway, Brooklyn to put in her 9:00 to 5:00 as a data entry analyst. After work, behind closed doors, she transpires into a bondage queen. Arriving at 47-50 Rockefeller Center subway station approximately an hour and a half later, Flores, in her...

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Kingsborough Profile: Dorothy Gale
Nov15

Kingsborough Profile: Dorothy Gale

Most people know Dorothy Gale to be the young and friendly girl who helps three strangers across the yellow brick road while on her quest to find her way back home to Kansas. However, if you find your way to KCC’s health services, you will find the real Dorothy Gale, Kingsborough’s registered nurse, who is as relatable as the fictitious Wizard of Oz character. Gale has an unmistakable Brooklyn accent, blonde cropped hair, and a tall,...

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