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Abigail Thomas, Vice President of Student Organizations
Academic interests

Technology Sciences Law Poetry Physics Atrology Sociology Pyschology Archaeology Justice History Creative Writing Languages Linguistics Art Fantasy Sci-Fi Anime Gaming FPS Strategy Cognitive Development

Bio

Learning Disabled woman who’s gone back to. college after being shot down in her computer science degree in the 90s. Tech genius, lover of good poetry and music (all music), admirer of reason and justice.. I hate when things go wrong but especially when it’s to a person. my politics and sense of justice are extraordinarily intersectional and heavily guided by my rebellion against ableism. I should also say my leanings are issue not party based. am in a complicated headset as a trans non-binary woman. I don’t, and in many cases won’t fit into your narrative.

Contrary to popular belief I’m nothing to scuff at.

I am highly intersectional and very interested in civic engagement, social justice, and equality and equity for all.

I am currently pursuing my BS in Legal Assistant Studies (you know the road. Less traveled).

Pronouns
She/Her/Hers, They/Them/Their, Xie/Xem/Xyr but never ever ever the R*# word.

My Courses

ENG2160D551GarciaSpring2020

ENG2160D551GarciaSpring2020

This course focuses on literature, scholarly writing, and films that examine specifically the role(s) of girls and women, both nationally and internationally, and determines whether women themselves or others (external forces, individuals, or social systems) construct definitions of womanhood. The course utilizes texts, by both men and women, and addresses such themes as womanism, stereotypes, feminism, violence, politics, intimate/familial relationships, sex, sexuality, sexual orientation, and prescribed and evolving gender roles as they relate to girls and women.

ENG 2190 Gender/Ethnicity/Space/Literature

ENG 2190 Gender/Ethnicity/Space/Literature

This course examines the spatiality of race and gender in literature.

LAW1103 Civil Law & Procedure SP2019

LAW1103 Civil Law & Procedure SP2019

This course addresses the theory and application of law and procedure in civil litigation with emphasis on New York State law. It focuses on the role of the paralegal in preparing for litigation, including an understanding of the court system, steps in the litigation process and their time lines, drafting documents, trial and post-trial topics, and an introduction to the use of the computer in litigation. Prerequisites are CUNY proficiency in reading and writing; pre- or corequisites are LAW 1101 and ENG 1101. Three credits.

My Projects

Digital Stories: Fictional Characters and Their Real-Life Themes

Digital Stories: Fictional Characters and Their Real-Life Themes

This project houses digital stories produced by students at City Tech. Multimedia storytelling is used to provide a multifaceted account of a capacious issue. Fictional characters are “interviewed” so their experiences can be situated within real issues in today’s world.

City Tech Guide

City Tech Guide

Welcome to New York City College of Technology. We are excited that you have chosen City Tech to pursue your college degree and we hope City Tech will provide you with many opportunities for success. Please feel free to explore the campus, get to know your peers and become a part of this great college community.

Student Life & Development

Student Life & Development

City Tech students participate in clubs and organizations, reflecting a broad range of academic and social interests. Working closely with student clubs and the Student Government Association, Student Life and Development promotes full participation and access to student events and activities without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, age, religion, disability status, gender identity, sexual orientation or national origin. Programming developed and/or sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Development is organized into four categories: Leadership Development Diversity Education Community Service and Civic Engagement Social and Community Awareness

Connect Days Law and Paralegal Studies

Connect Days Law and Paralegal Studies

Orientation for Departments

My Clubs

NYCCT Pride Club

NYCCT Pride Club

This is the now defunct NYCCT Pride Club. The pride is now the Prism Alliance. The clubs active site is at openab.citytech.cuny.edu/prismalliance/

Prism Alliance

Prism Alliance

Welcome to the prism alliance at citytytech. We are a inclusivity safespace for all LGBTPQIA++ students and our allies., We will have actual hang out hours in the library projection room , Thursdays from 1-2 (during club hours).

Law and Paralegal Studies Club

Law and Paralegal Studies Club

Our club engages in many aspects of the law. We have in the past scheduled annual trips to the Court of Appeals in Albany and to the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C.

Student Government Association

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the representative body for students. We are responsible for recommending student activity fee allocations, shaping policies affecting student life, coordinating extracurricular events and chartering new organizations. Feel free to contact SGA President, Lucas Almonte, with any questions, suggestions or concerns. He can be reached at SGAPresident@CityTech.Cuny.Edu If you wish to start a club on campus contact SGA Vice President, Sylwester Dombroski, at SGAVP@CityTech.Cuny.Edu

CUDALs – CityTech Union for Differently Abled  Learners

CUDALs – CityTech Union for Differently Abled Learners

This site is home to CUDALS, the CityTech Union for Differently Abled Learners. The campus disability’ / differentability pride and support club.

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