Letter to the Editor

By Yaakov Bressler
(Former President of Stuck in the Library)

In light of the recent student elections, I must come forward with an apology for the unsettling, unkind and inauspicious message I put forward to the student body about the student group, Global Medical Brigades (GMB). My apology consists of an affirmation to GMB’s cause, explanation of the direction of my upsetness, a criticism of the student activity fee and a congratulations to GMB’s efforts and integrity.
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So Fed Up

By Kristina Brown

“My disability is what I am not who I am,” says McArthur, a Brooklyn College student with disabilities.

Nearly one in five Americans suffer from mental illness, approximately 9.3 million adults experience “serious mental illness”. About 1.1 million undergraduates in the United States are physically disabled. While the school provides services for students without disabilities it is apparent that the school’s support for students with disability is limited.
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The Avengers Sequel Scores Big

Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron promotional poster
Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron promotional poster
By Ricardo Benjamin

“Avengers: Age of Ultron,” the highly anticipated sequel to the 2012 “Avengers” movie is the latest gem in the Marvel cinematic universe. Filled with comedic one liners, Director Joss Wendon manages to tell six interwoven stories for each Avenger that merge seamlessly in the end.
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