The Kiosk is the independent, student-run newspaper for the CUNY School of Professional Studies. The Kiosk bridges the distance-learner gap, by serving as a virtual student lounge where news, ideas, profiles and experiences are shared.
Founded in 2018, The Kiosk humanizes the somewhat impersonal world of online learning by bringing dynamic, robust content and stories of interest to students, alumni, and the administration.
The content providers of The Kiosk serve as the information ambassadors of CUNY SPS, by discovering and sharing the opportunities available to current and future students.
The Kiosk is always on the lookout for content creators! If you are a writer, photographer, videographer, podcaster, graphic designer, or any other type of creative and you are interested in contributing to The Kiosk, please contact Milan Fredricks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
get to know us
Meet the Editorial Team
The editorial crew is the engine that runs The Kiosk!
Lisa is the Kiosk kickstarter, as well as an ongoing student, Word juggler, student advocate, and Kaz’ mama (her proudest role).
Editor in Chief & Web Designer
Milan is a born and raised New “Yawker”, a self-professed nerd, voracious reader, self-taught graphic designer, wannabe coder, and lover of all things tech. She loves the SPS community and joined the student association to become more involved with making that community even better. She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Communication and Media program and after graduation, she plans to pursue graduate school.
De Quency Ziegler-Brown
De Quency Ziegler-Bowen was born and raised in Queens, New York. She is a graduate of CUNY’s New York College of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management. She has spent the past 20 years working as a chef and is currently enrolled in CUNY SPS Communications and Media program.
Donald is a longtime member of the CUNY Community. He attended both New York City Technical College and LaGuardia Community College. He graduated from LaGuardia Community College, from the Computer Operations program, with honors. He attributes the current success in his traditional career to this accomplishment, but it’s only a small part of his story.
Duubar Villalobos Jimenez
A native from Costa Rica currently working in the Bronx, Duubar has a Bachelors in Mathematics, Computer Science and Education from the Technological Institute of Costa Rica, and is currently a CUNY SPS student enrolled in the Data Science Masters program. Duubar is also a CUNY Malave Leadership Academy global leader and a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success.