College students get discounts if you register with Best Buys on deals and also at B and H Photo. October 5, 1947, In the first televised White House address, President Truman asked Americans to refrain from eating meat on Tuesdays and poultry on Thursdays to help stockpile grain for starving people in Europe.
BC President Michelle Anderson had question and answer sessions. A student got very emotional and the president comforted her. A student requested the lobby bulletin boards updated and the president said that will happen right away as some items are easily corrected and others take time. This appears a good start but most start out looking great and then change.
Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) unless noted. All other events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free. Thursday, October: Conversion day; classes follow a Monday schedule. Graduate Open House, 6-8 pm, Library. FEN by Caryl Churchill (A Mainstage Production), 7:30-9 pm, Walt Whitman Theatre, Students $10, Seniors $12, General Admission $15, also Friday and Saturday. Thursday Nights at the Brooklyn Museum, free admission to many exhibits and galleries, 6-10 pm, 200 Eastern Pkwy at Washington Avenue. “Media + Tech: Where The Jobs Are”, 6:30 pm, Kumble Theater at Long Island Universit, DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues. Building Brooklyn Right, Brooklyn Borough Hall, 10 am, 209 Joralemon St. at Court Street, http://www.brooklyn-usa.org.
Friday, October 7: The Body Unbound: Literary Approaches to the Classical Corpus, 4:30-6 pm, State Lounge, 5th Floor. Brooke Holmes of Princeton University will give the keynote address as part of a two-day conference. FEN by Caryl Churchill (A Mainstage Production), 7:30-9 pm, Walt Whitman Theatre, Students $10, Seniors $12, General Admission $15.
Saturday, October 8: The Body Abound, 9 am-5 pm, State Lounge, 5th floor, http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/academics/schools/socialsciences/undergraduate/classics/the-body-unbound/schedule.php