Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) and free unless noted. If it sounds too good check first. Any student can go to dozens of club events. The only specification is being in your group such as CLAS students go to CLAS clubs, the same for SGS and GSO.
All events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free. Many are bars so check if under age. Many are bars so check if under age. For addresses of venues see venues tab at the top.
Monday, Feb 27: Last Black History Month event, Hoteppin’ or Nah?, 5:30-10 pm, Jefferson-Williams Lounge (4th floor), limited spaces available. NAACP series of group discussions about various topics of concern with the Black community such as homophobia, sexism, colorism, meritocracy, and respectability politics.
Off-campus: Ask Me Another Radio Show, 7:30 pm, $25 ($20 in advance). A rambunctious hour that blends brainteasers and local pub trivia night with comedy and music with host Ophira Eisenberg at the Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue.
Tuesday Feb 28: Last day to submit immunization compliance documentation. Travel photographer 12:15-2 pm presented by Stuck in the Library. Lunch will be included, Jefferson-Williams Lounge, RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/1843754095895649/. A lawyer from CUNY Citizenship will have an information session about rights of immigrants 12-2:30 pm at library room 241. Gift of Life Bone Marrow Drive, 12:15-2:15 pm, Aviary Room (4th floor), Gift of Life Club. Fun with Number Theory, 12:30-2 pm, 1141 Ingersoll Hall, Mathematics Club lecture by Professor Marty Lewinter, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Purchase College and Dean of Mathematics, Learn America. We will examine classes of numbers including squares, triangular numbers, primes, Fibonacci numbers, and more. Various beautiful properties and identities will be presented. The only prerequisite is high school algebra. The Vagina Monologues Talkback, 12:30- 2 pm, Glenwood Lounge (2nd floor), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Alliance. Lunch discussion of The Vagina Monologues, But Wait There’s More, and the zine. Veterans Community Orientation, 12:30 -2:15 pm, Penthouse (7th floor), limited spaces available, Veteran Students Organization.
Off-campus: Why I March: Images from The Women’s March Around the World, 7-9 pm. Celebrate the book launch event for the first book on The Women’s March, a tribute to the largest peaceful demonstration in history. All royalties will be donated to nonprofits affiliated with the March. PowerHouse Arena, 28 Adams St. at Water Street. A History of Greenpoint Architecture, 6-8 pm, a look back at more than 250 years of Greenpoint history told through the stories of 12 of the neighborhood’s most famous buildings, including those that have evolved with the neighborhood’s transformation from grassland to industrial hub to creative quarter. Gallery AWA, 61 Greenpoint Ave between West and Franklin Streets. RSVP suggested. First Black History Month In The Era of Trump, 6:30-8:30 pm. A discussion on the future of higher and urban education under President Donald J. Trump. With a panel discussion, guest speakers, and performances by spoken word artists. Kumble Theater at Long Island University, DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues. Jukebox Bingo, Tuesdays, 8 pm until Friday, May 26. A combination of bingo and music trivia, with a little bit of karaoke. Winners get free tickets to shows and events. Henri’s Backyard, 256 Fourth Ave. between President and Carroll Streets. Mardi Gras at Heavy Woods, 8 pm. Celebrate Mardi Gras with New Orleans drink specials, crawfish bread, King Cake, beads, and more. Heavy Woods, 50 Wyckoff Ave. at Willoughby Avenue.