The CUNY Board of Trustees meetings I believe are monthly. Anyone that did not can speak can for another meeting, by e-mailing the Office of the Secretary, at email@example.com and list full name, college, student organization if any, title, and the subject by a deadline.
If they don’t want to speak they can send in a letter a few days before and a day after the meeting. All year any one can write the CUNY Vice Chancellor but he probably just forwards it back to the college verse the Board. I was told CUNY has taken the Chancellor’s name off all mailings, posters, as if he is disgraced. We will have a lot of coverage on the BC meeting posted soon.
Tuesday, March 20: Anime Manga, The Abridged Series, comedic parodies of popular anime like Dragon Ball Z, created by TeamFourStar and others, 12:30-2 pm, Jefferson-Williams Lounge.
Student Government Assembly, 11 am-2 pm, Bedford Lounge.
Sex Bingo, 12-2:15 pm, Club Room.
Korean Culture Club, 12:15-2:15 pm, Alumni Room.
Geology Society meeting 12:30 pm, pizza, 3122 Ingersoll, probably old building.
Chinese Christian Fellowship, 12:30-2 pm, WEB Clubhouse.
Pretty Sweat Meet Ups, 12:30-2:15 pm, Marooney-Leddy Room.
Project Sunshine, 12-2:15 pm, TV Room.
Want to be a Diplomat? 12:15-2:15 pm, 411 Library, The Multipurpose Room.
The U.S. Department of State hires Americans over the age of 20 from all walks of life and educational backgrounds. Come hear more about what it is like to live and work abroad from Usha Pitts, a diplomat who served in Russia, Cuba, Panama, Austria, Italy, and Brazil. Ms. Pitts will give you tips on how to pass the Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT) or use your Spanish, Arabic, or Chinese language skills to work abroad as a Consular Fellow. You can also learn how to land a summer, spring, or fall internship at a U.S. Embassy abroad.
Register under the “Career” tab.
Choosing Your Ideal Major: What can you do with it?, 12:30-2 pm, Library PC Multimedia Classroom, Room 383. Register under the “Career” tab.
Graduate Admissions Information Session, 6-7 pm, Library, Room 242. RSVP.
Off-Campus, Tuesday, March 20: Why Local Politics Matter to You, 6:30 pm, 21 and up, free. A civics refresher on how to influence your state and city government. With New York State Senate District 20 Candidate Zellnor Myrie and City Councilman Brad Lander. We Work, 195 Montague St. between Cadman Plaza and Clinton Street, firstname.lastname@example.org.
S…Show, 7:30 pm, 21+, $10 ($8 in advance). Ophira Eisenberg and Emily Flake present a comedy show of parents talking about their horrible kids. With Aminah Imani, Iris Bahr, Roz Chast, and more. Union Hall, 702 Union St. at Fifth Avenue.
Spring Equinox Celebration & Egg Balancing Ceremony, noon. Balance an egg instead of eating one. Join Urban Shaman Mama Donna Henes, New York’s “Unofficial Commissioner of Public Spirit” (The New Yorker) to ring in spring. According to Chinese custom, if you stand an egg on its end on the first day of spring, you will have eggsceptionally good luck for the entire year. The egg represents the life force in many cultures, and is particularly used to symbolize the rebirth of nature in the spring season. A basket of 360 eggs will be provided for the eggshilarating standing ceremony. Bailey Fountain, Grand Army Plaza.
VR for Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) themed NYVR Meetup.
Wednesday, March 21: The U.S.A. and President Trump: Democratic, Authoritarian, Other? 11 am-12:30 PM, Alumni Lounge – 4th Floor.
Two scholars of international relations will visit Brooklyn College. Jeff Colgan, is the Richard Holbrooke Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Watson Institute for International Studies, at Brown University. His research focuses on international order, especially as it relates to energy politics.
Rob Blair is the Joukowsky Family Assistant Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs at Brown University. His research focuses on international intervention and the consolidation of state authority after civil war, with an emphasis on rule of law and security institutions.
Anna Law, Herbert Kurz Chair in Constitutional Rights at Brooklyn College, will moderate the discussion.
Off-Campus: Freedom of Expression: The Never-Ending Fight, 6:30 pm, $10 ($5 for members). Ira Glasser, head of the American Civil Liberties Union from 1978 to 2001, and Norman Siegel, director of the New York Civil Liberties Union from 1985 to 2000, reflect on the history and ongoing struggle for freedom of expression. Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St. at Clinton Street.
#MeToo Is Just the Beginning, 6:30 pm. This town hall meeting asks how #MeToo can sustain a bigger movement? BRIC Arts Media House, 647 Fulton St. at Rockwell Place.