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This edition: Season 11, #10

Episode Details

Original tape date: August 17, 2012.

First aired: August 26, 2012.

The CUNY news magazine show visits a performance of "Macbeth" in tunnels under Queens College; CUNY graduate student Hack Henning catalogues more than a thousand different varieties of plant life in Van Courtlandt Park; 12 CUNY students and their professor explore Chile on a photographic expedition; author Zetta Elliott, Assistant Professsor at CUNY's Center for Ethnic Studies, visits the African Burial Ground in lower Manhattan; bio-engineers at the Grove School of Engineering demonstrate their new device, Transcranial Direct Stimulation, that reduces the pain of migraines; and Great Moments in CUNY History explores the purchase of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New York home.

Guest List

Ph.D. Marom Bikson Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, City College of New York

Ralph Carhart Queens College

Zetta Elliott Assistant Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College

Jack Henning PhD Student, Lehman College

Scott Sternbach Commercial Photography , LaGuardia Community College

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