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CUNY TV should be geared more toward student content

CUNY TV has been broadcasting to homes in the New York metropolitan area since 1985. In its three-decade history, it has won 20 Emmy awards and now reaches 7.3 million households in the city, making it the largest public university station in the United States, according to its official website. The network features dramas, insightful talks and lectures and programming with experts from the fields of science, business, arts and public affairs.

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Hop off the ‘Gillibrandwagon' — Gillibrand resigns from 2020 race

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand dropped out of the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Aug. 28. She was unable to meet the fundraising quota and polling requirement to qualify for the third Democratic debate that is set to occur in September, with only about $800,000 in funds left and polling at under 1% according to the New York Times article that broke the news.

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Students should visit Baruch counseling

Despite the alarming rise in depression and suicide, not nearly enough people are getting the help that they truly need. About one in five adults in the United States experience some sort of mental illness in a given year, The National Alliance on Mental Illness reported from the National Institute of Mental Health. 

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