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The Campus has been the student publication of record for more than 100 years. It is published during the course of the fall and spring semesters. It is distributed free of charge throughout the City College community.
The first issue of The City Mag was released October 2010. It was founded by Michelle Barnett as a magazine that would be informative and enjoyable for City College students to read. It is distributed every other month in the NAC rotunda.
The Grove School of Engineering which was originally established in 1919 as the School of Technology currently reports on the activities of its faculty in an electronic newsletter, which debuted in Fall 2005.
For over thirty years The Paper has served as a medium through which students, and members of the local community can communicate. As a publication for people of African descent, The Paper focuses on pertinent issues facing the Black and Latino community as well as issues that are of relevance to people of all races and ethnicity. In addition to that, this publication is a valuable resource for CCNY students and faculty alike as information on everything from scholarship to job opportunities. Their webpage is under construction as of May 2012.
Hathi Trust is a shared digital repository built on the collections from various research libraries. In it you can find accounts by British diplomats to Japan contemporaries to Townsend Harris founder of CCNY and first ambassador to Japan from the United States.