Check out my Mel Brooks concert review in the Night Call Newspaper in newsstands in most college lobbies. 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 2o: Nutella Day, 12:30-2 pm, Glenwood Lounge, Italian American Student Union. Graduate Admissions WebChat, 1-2 pmChat live with an advisor from the graduate admissions office and other prospective students. Find out about the application process, admissions requirements and much more. To attend click the link above. https://bluejeans.com/157363958. LatinXFest from 6-10 pm at Student Center-Bedford Lounge 2nd floor, Mexican Heritage Student Association (MEHSA). Student showcase to expose the community to Latinx culture and organizations dedicated to upholding and celebrating their history, culture, and identity. Brujería means witchcraft, and the PRA Club doesn’t endorse any of it. A panel discussion of students of different Latino backgrounds will educate Brooklyn College Students about Brujería, co-sponsors, MEDO, MEHSA in the Amersfoort Lounge (2nd Floor) from 1-2:15 pm. Information Session: Mental Health Counseling M.A., 6-7 pm, 5117 James Hall, RSVP http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/gradevents. Information Session: Barry R. Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, 6:30-8 pm, Steiner Studios, 25 Washington Avenue, RSVP http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/gradevents. Networking 101: Job Fair Prep Workshop, 12:30-2 pm, Bedford Lounge, 2nd floor, register under the “Career” tab. What Does It Take To Be First? 12:30-2 pm, Alumni Lounge, 4th floor. If you are an incoming first-year student who is also a first-generation college student, join for an informational lunch. Get crucial first semester advice from financial aid and academic advisors, and learn to start tackling time management, RSVP FirstCollegeYear@brooklyn.cuny.edu, (Subject Line: “OCT 20”). Garba Night, live DJ, Indian outfits, dandhia sticks and food will be provided, dance lessons, 6:30-10:30 pm, Club Room. Admission is $5 if you RSVP in advance online, $7 without RSVP. There is a deposit for borrowing dandhia sticks, RSVP Garba Night 2016
NABA Meeting 4-5 pm, 525 Whitehead, light refreshments will be served. Small Claims Court Action Center Student Training, 0302 JAMES, 12:30-2 pm. If you can’t afford a lawyer and the case I believe is under $5,000, learn consumer protection tips and about how the court system works, how to present a court case, and strategies and methods to collect judgments. They offer information, assistance, and provide consumer counseling free-of-charge to those in need. LGBT event, Brokeback Mountain film screening, 6-9:30 pm, Maroney-Leddy Lounge, 4th floor.
OFF CAMPUS: Thursday Nights at the Brooklyn Museum, free admission to many exhibits and galleries, 6-10 pm. Force Majeure Vaudeville, 9 pm, $15 ($10 in advance), magician Tanya Solomon hosts a variety show, with dancer Prince Polo, balladeers Charming Disaster, juggler Olivia Porter, and “filthy burlesque” from the Trashcan Twins, among others, Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Ave. between Jefferson and Troutman Streets. Arguments and Grievances Comedy Debates, 10 pm, $10 ($8 in advance) is a live comedy series and podcast featuring comedians debating outlandish topics, such as “Hugs vs. Drugs.” Featuring Dan Soder, Brett Davis, and Noah Gardenswartz, among others, Union Hall, 702 Union St. at Fifth Avenue.
Friday, October 21: Brooklyn College Job/Internship Fair, 11:30 am- 2 pm, Student Center, 6th floor, register under the “Career” tab. http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu.
The Photography Club will hold a shoot meeting this coming Sunday, at Prospect Park’s Boathouse, at 2 pm. They will share photos, discuss, and critique them.
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