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This edition: Season Eight, #5

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Episode Details

Original tape date: April 26, 2009.

On this episode of Study With The Best we'll meet Joshua Brown, a CUNY historian who has not held back in his skewering of the Bush presidency and the policies it produced in his six year running visual blog, "Life During Wartime." And CUNY partners up with a local hospital to try and ease the City's nursing shortage.  We'll get involved in the political and policy making process with the model New York City Council Project. And Barry Mitchell at Queens College with some future math teachers who are enjoying free tuition.

Guest List

Ph.D. Alice F. Artzt Professor, Queens College/CUNY

Sneha Banejee Staten Island Technical High School

David Bauer Student, City College/CUNY

Josh Brown American Social History Project, The Graduate Center/CUNY

John Chae Alumnus, Queens College/CUNY

Christopher Didamo Student, Queens College/CUNY

Dr. Bill Ebenstein Dean, Health and Human Services/CUNY

Duane Ferguson Alumnus, Lehman College/CUNY

LeaSondra Garrido Frederick Douglas Academy

Christian Von Gizycki Staten Island Technical High School

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

Dr. Jill Simone Gross Assistant Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning, Hunter College/CUNY

Sabrina Joseph Queens College/CUNY Student

Prof. Anthony Maniscalco Director, Rowosky Internship Program/CUNY

Ed Otremba Queens College/CUNY Student

Jose Perez Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies

Hon. Christine C. Quinn City Council Speaker

Machiste Quintana The Beacon School

Adilah Rehman Benjamin N. Cardozo High School

Juan Romero Long Island City High School

Karl Schaffer

R.N. Amy Smith Alumna, Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY

Rosa Solano Assistant Program Coordinator, College Now/CUNY

Despina Teodorescu-Maris Co-Host, Study With the Best

Arianne Watson Jamaica High School

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