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"The Lens" was Queens College's first student-run general magazine, including photographs of campus life and brief feature articles. This is the second issue, published in the fall semester of 1939. (Selections - full volume available from Queens…

This report addresses the level of awareness of incoming Freshmen and Juniors at Queens College in the year 1940, as determined by a standardized test. The study was conducted as a means of determining how Queens students related to college students…


A group from Queens College composed primarily of students poses before the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

The inaugural issue of The Crown, the original newspaper of Queens College. The issue's articles give insight into the activities of students and staff in the college's very first semester.

Warren Phillips graduated from Queens College in 1947 as a Bachelor of Arts. He was an editor for the college paper, the Crown, and wrote press releases for the public relations office. This yearbook records the Queens College class of 1947.…

Students participate in an art class sculpting clay figures.

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Participants in a Native American ceremony perform a dance on the Queens College Quad.

A tree is planted in front of Powdermaker Hall as part of Earth Day observances on campus.

Students participate in a simulated sumo wrestling contest on the Queens College Quad as part of the Campus Fest celebration.

A photograph of students on the Quad, with a corner of Frese Hall at right. Caption on back of photograph reads "the Brentwood clique of Phi Omega Alpha".
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