Video Games: Just Fun, or Violence Inspiring?

Photo by Elleisha RichinsStudent’s thoughts on video games are polarizing Are video games responsible for mass shootings? Scepter asks CUNY and other NYC academic faculty, as well as students to find out.  “I feel like what is depicted in video games is very much realistic at this point and it’s a way of bringing out aggression in a nonholistic way. I think what they use in video games is what they use in real life, so yes...

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What are KCC Students Watching?
May12

What are KCC Students Watching?

With dozens of streaming platforms at our fingertips nowadays, there are a plethora of television shows to choose from that range across hundreds of genres. KBCC students across campus spoke about the shows that left an impression on them. Their experience with each program varies from pure entertainment to a profound connection with the writing. What is your favorite Netflix show and why? Photo by Saul De LeonBrian Augustin, 18 “I...

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Learn From Me: Just Stay Home
May12

Learn From Me: Just Stay Home

As soon as the news that KBCC was transferring to distance education was in my inbox, we bought a ticket to Columbia. My fiancé and I love traveling, but everyone around us was panicking. Photo by Catherine VladimirovStay home to help fight COVID-19 People were stockpiling cleaning supplies, canned foods and toilet paper. Why toilet paper? If anything, you probably need tissues if you catch the virus. Stores ran out of masks which...

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President Schrader: Glass Half Full
May10

President Schrader: Glass Half Full

Since the coronavirus began to rapidly spread worldwide, it became evident that certain measures would have to be taken to help contain the spread. These measures included the transition to distance learning, which many people have mixed feelings about. While some are dreading every moment of quarantine, others are looking for the silver-lining. Photo by KCC Communications and Marketing President Claudia Schrader reassures students...

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KCC Talks: Do Clothes Really Make the Man?
Oct31

KCC Talks: Do Clothes Really Make the Man?

Clothing can come upon impressionable and important to most of society, its what represents the person itself and who they are. However, in Kingsborough Community College that can never really be the accurate case, because first impressions may not be what it seems. Do Clothes Really Make the Man? “If a boy is dressing nice, what it’s doing something it makes me more attracted and it’s like wow you’re dressing up.” –...

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KCC Talks: Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?
Oct31

KCC Talks: Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?

When you walk around campus do you ever stop and think, what are my plans for my life. Do you plan to attend another college, want to start a family, or do you have no plan? What about after five years, do your plans get smaller or stay just as big? Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years? “I see myself graduated, pursuing my major in forensic science at a four-year college, John Jay. I want to have my mindset with a clear path,...

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