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How many Hunter students does it take to change a light bulb?

One, but he can do it on the subway on the way there.

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Do you want to wake up in a city that never sleeps? Do you want to make those little town (little island?) blues just melt away? Come “be a part of it” at Hunter, NYC’s cool commuter college. A public “City” university in both the official and urban sense, Hunter has a long history of educating the residents of America’s greatest metropolis, no matter what background they come from. Nowadays, it continues to give folks from all walks of life a chance to engage in one of the most exciting college experiences on offer – study in the heart of New York.

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