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The unofficial CLAS Student Government Election results are in!
05/01/2018

The unofficial CLAS Student Government Election results are in!

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03/27/2018
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Hey everyone! The Excelsior is working on a story about the Brooklyn College Health Clinic. If anyone would like to talk about and share their experiences with the clinic, please email [email protected]. Thank you!

OUR FIRST ISSUE IS OUT!!! Go grab a copy from any of the buildings. We have some VERY interesting articles for this issu...
09/14/2017
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OUR FIRST ISSUE IS OUT!!! Go grab a copy from any of the buildings. We have some VERY interesting articles for this issue and many more to come!! If you can't grab a copy go online and check out our page.

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09/05/2017

Is anyone on the Brooklyn College campus personally affected by President Trump's decision to end DACA? If you want to share your story in our opinions section, please email [email protected].

09/04/2017

Happy Labor Day everyone! The Excelsior is printing its first issue of the semester on September 13th, and we will be accepting articles from writers throughout this week! If you're interested in writing, reporting, or taking photos for the paper, or if you want to be added to our email list, please email us at [email protected]. You can also visit our office in 117 Roosevelt Hall on Tuesdays from 1-2pm.

Anyone can write for the Excelsior, so please don't hesitate to contact us.

Brooklyn College President Michelle Anderson responded to Jesi Taylor's and Cheryl Olivieri's concerns: "Ms. Taylor’s al...
05/26/2017
In Response to “A Seat in the Honors Academy”

Brooklyn College President Michelle Anderson responded to Jesi Taylor's and Cheryl Olivieri's concerns:

"Ms. Taylor’s allegation that the Honors Academy is a 'hostile and exclusionary environment' is deeply troubling. I am committed to building an inclusive academic community across all sectors of the College, one that prepares students for life in an increasingly diverse society. I want to assure everyone that the College will investigate the charges Taylor makes and take corrective action where appropriate.

Although Ms. Olivieri’s time at Brooklyn College preceded me, I understand that in April 2016 she filed a related discrimination complaint with the New York City Commission on Human Rights. On October 25, 2016, after a full investigation, the Commission dismissed the complaint as without merit.

We take our legal and ethical obligations to provide a non-discriminatory educational setting and a non-discriminatory workplace seriously."

You can check out Olivieri's piece here: http://bcexcelsior.com/in-response-to-a-seat-in-the-honors-academy/

Re: “A Seat in the Honors Academy,” Jesi Taylor, The Excelsior, May 17, 2017 Dear President Anderson, I write to applaud Jesi Taylor’s courage in coming forward with an article o…

Lisa Schwebel, Director of the BC Honors Academy, responded to Jesi Taylor's recent op-ed: "Honors Academy directors, fa...
05/26/2017
A Seat In The Honors Academy

Lisa Schwebel, Director of the BC Honors Academy, responded to Jesi Taylor's recent op-ed: "Honors Academy directors, faculty, advisors, and staff have zero tolerance for discrimination. The Honors lounge is designed as a space of hospitality and safety for all honors program students. We are grateful to Ms. Taylor for bringing this to our attention and welcome the opportunity to meet with her and other students to make changes and improve the Honors Academy experience for all students."

Read the full piece here: http://bcexcelsior.com/a-seat-in-the-honors-academy/

By Jesi Taylor Published: May 17th, 2017 (Students’ names have been withheld or changed upon request for their protection) (*Denotes changed name) A note from the author: This piece barely skims th…

Thoughts?
05/18/2017
A Seat In The Honors Academy

Thoughts?

By Jesi Taylor Published: May 17th, 2017 (Students’ names have been withheld or changed upon request for their protection) (*Denotes changed name) A note from the author: This piece barely skims th…

Comments?
05/15/2017
“Dear White People”: No Need to be Offended

Comments?

By Nia Todd Published: May 10th, 2017 Last week, Netflix debuted its latest series, “Dear White People,” named after the 2014 movie of the same name. The show follows a group of black students at a…

Unofficial CLAS student government election results are in!
04/05/2017

Unofficial CLAS student government election results are in!

We are happy to announce our merger with New York Times! After seeing that they're a pretty good newspaper we decided to...
04/01/2017
Brooklyn College President to Enroll as Student in Fall Semester

We are happy to announce our merger with New York Times! After seeing that they're a pretty good newspaper we decided to purchase 51% of their stock. To hear more news that is totally real, check out our April Fools' edition! Here's a little peek:

http://bcexcelsior.com/brooklyn-college-president-to-enroll-as-student-in-fall-semester/

By Radhika Viswanathan Published: March 30th, 2017 “Honestly, I think she’s gone off the deep end,” said Jason Carey, Brooklyn College’s assistant vice president of marketing, communications, and p…

03/30/2017

Keep your eyes peeled for an April Fools' version of The Excelsior today!

Have you ever thought about writing for a school newspaper?
03/21/2017
So Many Students; So Few Writers

Have you ever thought about writing for a school newspaper?

By Alliyah Leocadio Published: March 15th, 2017 Changes are always emerging in a journalist’s day, yet newspapers tend to get the short end of the stick. Brooklyn College has two campus newspa…

Do you think showing ID helps or hurts the student population?
03/18/2017
Please, Show Your ID

Do you think showing ID helps or hurts the student population?

By Hermia Jean-Louis Published: March 16th, 2017 Spring is fast approaching, and that means warmer weather. It also means Brooklyn College’s safety officers are becoming as vigilant as ever. H…

Something to think about on your day off 🤔
03/13/2017
A Progressive Defense of Free Speech on a Regressive Campus

Something to think about on your day off 🤔

By Hannah Grossman Published: March 8th, 2017 It is no secret that there’s a supposedly pure belief system on campus that is strongly enforced. The vast amount of ideas and statements that are cons…

03/13/2017

Due to the inclement weather tomorrow, campus will be closed. Therefore, we will be printing on Thursday instead of Wednesday. Stay warm!

What's your take on Trump's attack on the media?
02/24/2017
Dump Trump; We Can Eliminate Fake News as Individuals

What's your take on Trump's attack on the media?

By Adam Zaki Published: February 22nd, 2017 In President Trump’s recent claim that the news media is the “enemy of the people,” he once again shows his weaknesses in intelligence and awareness. His...

Something to consider with Porzingis's recent performance?
02/21/2017
Melo Must Go

Something to consider with Porzingis's recent performance?

By George Ayad Published: February 15th, 2017 In the middle of another poor season, the New York Knicks once again find themselves in turmoil with their star player, Carmelo Anthony. After signing ...

A Pro-Trump View at Brooklyn College
02/17/2017
A Pro-Trump View at Brooklyn College

A Pro-Trump View at Brooklyn College

By Cole Boyd Published: February 15th, 2017 The level of Trump support at Brooklyn College is not as small as most would guess, according to young Republican Zach Nomer. Despite disagreeing with th...

02/07/2017

We've noticed that the pro-Trump voice is not very vocal on campus. Why is that? Any Trump supporters on campus who do not feel comfortable voicing their opinions? Message us if you'd like to be interviewed. Thanks!

11/21/2016
A Return to Normalcy After Elections is Nearly Impossible

How do you feel about our current, or impending, state of affairs?

By Sandy Mui Published: November 16th, 2016 “Weird is the new normal” has been my catchphrase for the past year. But there is nothing weird or normal about the results of the elections. They’re sim...

10/29/2016
Brooklyn College

This past week was our Futures of Journalism event! We invited some alumni who are very successful in the field of journalism to hold a Q&A session. Alumni included Don Lemon, Natalie Musumeci, Rebecca Ibarra, and Rachel Silberstein.

The Excelsior's Futures of Journalism panel with #BCfamily alum Don Lemon '96, Natalie Musumeci '12, Rebeca Ibarra '15, and Rachel Silberstein '13.

Yet another example of how BC students are giving back to the community...wow!
10/29/2016
Brooklyn College Muslims Giving Back

Yet another example of how BC students are giving back to the community...wow!

By Sheba Antony Published: October 26th, 2016 Iqra Nadeem, a Brooklyn College junior, never sits aimlessly around campus. She is always flitting from political science classes to biology research t...

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