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This edition: Season One, #10



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Episode Details

Original tape date: March 1, 2002.

In this edition, students at La Guardia Community College tell of the technical training need to work as a professional photographer. Next, a history professor from John Jay College describes her career and biography of Eleanor Roosevelt. We also learn of a CUNY alum who wrote a book about succeeding on the college level. Finally, the hosts take us to Queens College where students are learning the trials and tribulations of professional dance.

Guest List

Blanche Wiesen Cook Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY

Chanc. Matthew Goldstein Chancellor, City University of New York/CUNY

Tomiko Karino Host, Study With the Best

Michael Kidney Student Choreographer, Queens College Dance Department

Zyphus Lebrun Host; Producer, Study With the Best; Independent Sources

Jacqui Malone Director of Dance Program, Queens College

Susan Matthews Professor of Dance & Choreography, Queens College

Rajen Persaud Author, CUNY Alummnus

Scott Sternbach Commercial Photography , LaGuardia Community College

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