Brooklyn College Tuesday/Wednesday events

Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) unless noted. All other events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free.
Tuesday, Nov 1: Ballroom Dance Society practice, 12:30-2:00 pm, International Room.
Dance for Kindness, 12:15-2:15 pm, West Quad, Hillel Club.
Student Film Society general membership meeting, 1-2 pm, WEB Building, Room 228, 2nd floor. International Students Small Group meeting, 2-3 pm, Cosmic Room (5th floor). Nick’s Small Group (Inductive Bible Study) meeting, 3:30-4:30 pm, Cosmic Room (5th floor). Apologetics Small Group meeting, 6-7 pm, Cosmic Room (5th floor). Dia de Los Muertos, 12-2:15 pm, Penthouse (7th floor). They will discuss the history and significance of Dia de los muertos (Day of the Dead). They will also have an altar to celebrate and honor loved ones who have passed. Please contribute with one of the following: photo, physical object that represents loved one, marigold flowers, favorite food, or candle for your loved one. Refreshments will be served. (Mexican Heritage Student Association). Alpha Omega’s weekly Bible discussion at 1 p.m. in Maroney-Leddy of the Student Center. GSO Spooktacular event, (graduate students) 5-10 pm, 2nd floor.
Billiards in Polygons, 12:30-2 pm, 1127 Ingersoll Hall. Lecture by Professor David Aulicino. We will begin by considering a square billiard table and ask, “When is a billiard trajectory periodic?” Abada-Capoeira is beginner friendly, class 12:15-2:15pm, Glenwood Lounge (2nd Floor).

Tuesday/ Wednesday/Thursday: International Electroacoustic Music Festival, Tuesday, 7-8 pm, Wednesday, 5-6 pm, Thursday, 7-8 pm, Studio 312, Roosevelt Extension. Off Campus:  Pour One Out for the Pavilion. Nitehawk Cinema invites you to say goodbye to the Pavilion Theater before it shuts down for renovation, with free popcorn, a cash bar, and a performance from the Street Beat Bass Band, 6–8 pm, free, Pavilion Theater, 188 Prospect Park West at Bartel-Pritchard Square,

Wednesday, November 2: IDNYC information 9 am-5 pm, basement.  Mexican Heritage Student Association 3:30-5:30 pm, Gold Room (6th floor) screening of the film Una Vida Dos Paises, along with the Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education Department and the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department. Dr. Tatyana Kleyn will be present to discuss her film and the curriculum that comes along. Refreshments will be served. Taekwondo Weekly Meeting, 12:30- 2:30 pm, 211 Roosevelt Hall. Theater of the Oppressed Part 1, 1-2 pm, Glenwood Lounge (2nd floor). Student Screenwriting Collective, 3-5 pm, Web Building, Film Department, 2nd floor room, 228. Children and Youth/Bilingual Education, 3:45- 6:30 pm, Gold Room (6th floor).



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