CUNY Board of Trustees votes to hike tuition amid protests

The City University of New York Board of Trustees voted today to approve a tuition increase, which would raise annual tuition by $300 each year

The City University of New York Board of Trustees voted today to approve a tuition increase, which would raise annual tuition by $300 each year over the next five years.

College students across the borough protested the plan up until the final vote, citing economic struggles. Some say the hikes will make it harder for them to attend class and buy books due to the increased cost.

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