(updated) Tuesday, Wednesday events

The Brooklyn College Men’s Bulldogs has a playoff game Tuesday 8 pm. Dozens of BC students go to the road game. See CCNY College which looks mystical in the architecture from 1847. CCNY Video https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/about/history. The semifinals are BC a 3rd seed verse #2 seed College of Staten Island (CSI) at City College of NY (CCNY).  Take the A, B, C or D subway to 125th St. and 145th St. Call (212) 650-6911 for information. 124th St. every 20 minutes.145th Street & St. Nicholas Ave stop every 15 minutes. Both are till 9:45 pm. Map https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/sites/default/files/about/upload/bus_route.pdf. Fridays championship game will be on ESPN 3. 

BC Events are in the Student Center unless noted. Tuesday: (UPDATED) The Road to Selma 6-8 pm, Penthouse, Dance Workshop, 6:30-9:30 pm, Jefferson Room, Young Republican Club, 12 pm, 4th floor. Korean Unity Club 12:30 pm, 2nd floor. Science Internships Workshop, 12:30-2 pm, Jefferson-Williams Lounge – 4th Floor. This event is targeted to students in the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences. Students who are undecided and contemplating a career in the sciences are also welcome. Register http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu under the “Career” tab. Thinking Outside the Box Workshop, 12:30-2 pm, WEB Building. Students will have access to computers for self-exploration and customize research of majors and careers. Develop a unique understanding of their strengths, skills, interests, values and needs. Learn about resources to explore academic and career o register at http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu under the “Career” tab. Should the NYPD be Spying on Our Campuses?  3:40 – 5 pm, Woody Tanger Auditorium, Brooklyn College Library. Last fall, independent journalist Aviva Stahl wrote a story for Gothamist about an undercover policewoman who had been spying on Muslim students at Brooklyn College. The following panelists will discuss the nature and scope of the settlement and about how much it will deter the NYPD from spying onvulnerable communities: Sarah Aly, senior in the Macaulay Honors program at Brooklyn College, Ramzi Kassem, professor of law at CUNY, independent journalist Aviva Stahl, Rabia Ahsin Tarar, graduate student at Columbia, and moderating will be Moustafa Bayoumi, professor of English at Brooklyn College.

Wednesday: ZBT Fraternity Game Night 5-7 pm State Room. Events running several days:  25 Days of Academic Empowerment till March 11, 3207 Boylan Hall if your on academic probation and not sure where to turn? The Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success (CAASS) is here for you and will provide the tools you need to get you back on track. The first step is to attend a mandatory advisement session with a CAASS advisor before March 11. This session is required in order to register for Fall 2016 classes! Stop by 3207 Boylan Hall to set up your appointment and take control of your academic future. Blood Drive Tuesday till Thursday, , 12:-6 pm in front of the Student Center. Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare (Mainstage Production) Tuesday till Saturday, 7:30-10 pm, Walt Whitman Theatre, Students $10, Seniors $12, General Admission $15.

 

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