Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) unless noted. All other events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free.
Trivia: Which world leader once trained to become a priest? Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Napoleon Bonaparte, Joseph Stalin? Answer at the bottom. The game of basketball was first played using a soccer ball and two peach baskets. October 3, 1990, West Germany and East Germany ended 45 years of postwar division, declaring the creation of a new unified country.
At BC: Wednesday Paint Night, 4-6 pm, basement with a Greek fraternity or sorority. NYPIRG election event 11 am-3 pm, 5th floor. Thursday: Graduate Open House (so close the door), 5:30-8:30 pm, SUBO.
Project Sunshine summary is an organization with chapters in colleges in 175 cities throughout the United States. Their aim is to bring sunshine to hospitalized children by organizing hospital events, delivering craft kits, surgi dolls, etc., and offering tutoring services. They help the children relieve anxiety by providing a fun and loving environment, http://www.projectsunshine. org/aboutus/index.php, future events https://www.facebook.com/ BrooklynCollegeProjectSunshine /.For everyone who is interested in becoming a member, please fill out the application and send it to: BrooklynCollegeProjectSunshine @gmail.com by the deadline: October 16. They have limited space and over 100 of you have shown interest in joining, an put together a fair way of choosing members. Interested tutors email your applications to KhadijaMalik95@gmail.com with subject: “tutor application”.
BC Slam are seeking judges for their poetry slams. If you would love to be a guest judge, arrive at SUBO 2nd floor by 5:30 pm on those dates and they can give you a quick orientation on how to judge. It’s a fun responsibility. October 13th: BC Slam Preliminary 1 – Featuring Kearah-Armonie !, October 27th: BC Slam Preliminary 2 Feat. Anthony McPherson!, November 10th: BC Slam Finals! Feat. Steven Willis.Murtaugh’s Work Featured in Brooklyn Exhibitions (BC Professor) http://www.hamilton.edu/news/story/murtaugh-s-work-featured-in-brooklyn-exhibitions
BC Art Professor Archie Rand exhibit, Wednesday October 5, 6:30 pm at NYSS, 8 West 8 Street, Manhattan.
The Excelsior Newspaper broke the next 2 stories:
(site: Technical.ly Brooklyn) A team from Brooklyn College won the $10,000 grand prize:
Answer: Joseph Stalin was the supreme ruler of the Soviet Union for a quarter of a century. Stalin’s real name was Josef Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili, but changed his last name to Stalin, which, in Russian, means “made of steel.” His mother was a devout Russian Orthodox Christian, and wanted him to become a priest. As a teen, Stalin was accepted as a student at the “Orthodox” Seminary of Tbilisi, Georgia, where he trained as a Jesuit priest. In 1899, he was expelled from the seminary for missing exams, although he claimed it was for Marxist propaganda.