As we previously mentioned the college book store is closing and we have learned and it has been confirmed it will be in June. Barnes and Noble will be online for the college. The manager is retiring. Many items are discounted.
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. Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) unless noted. 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. For addresses of venues see venues tab at the top.
Thursday, March 2: Job Fair Workshop, 12:30-2 pm, 1309 James Hall. Get tips on how to make an effective presentation at a job fair and develop a strategy to maximize your results. Register under the career tab http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu. Mexican Heritage Student Association Game Night 6-10 pm, bring your own games as well, West End Building (WEB) Room 148. Stop by and say HOLA Monday-Thursday 11:30 am-6 pm. NYPIRG’s and Make Tuition More Affordable. Albany trip Higher Education Action Day, reservations were taken already but you may want to know their progress, 0302 James Hall, (718) 859-7177. Casualty Actuarial Society lecture from an Actuarial Analyst and Catastrophe Modeler at Everest Reinsurance, 12:15 pm, 1146 Ingersoll Hall, Actuarial Society. IVCF Large Group, 12:30- 2 pm, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Maroney-Leddy Lounge (4th floor). Voices from Haiti, 6:30 pm, Haitian artists who are also activists discuss their work at home and abroad, Library.
Secret Science Club, 8 pm. Evolutionary biologist Corrie Moreau burrows into the intriguing lives of ants: their evolution, their intense symbiotic relationships with other species, and their strange social structures and abilities. With music and a themed drink, The Island of Dr. Moreau at the Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue.
Puppet Playlist-Beyoncé, Thursday, 8:30 pm, Friday, 3, 7 pm and 9 pm, $15. Puppeteers and musicians team up to create short new pieces inspired by Beyonce. Triskelion Arts, 106 Calyer St. between Banker Street and Clifford Place.
Ladyweirdo, 9 pm, $15 ($10 in advance). A special edition of Force Majeure Vaudeville. A showcase female-identified variety artists who don’t hold back their strangeness. Swallowing swords, impersonating aliens, performing socially unacceptable striptease, and more. The Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Ave. between Jefferson and Troutman Streets.
Friday, Mar 3: Brooklyn College Spring 2017 Job/Internship Fair, 11:30 am-2 pm, Student Center. Meet employers from all industries seeking candidates for full-time, internship and part-time employment opportunities. Some of the confirmed employers attending will include: Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Bloomberg, Geico, PwC, NYC Dept. of Health and Hygiene, NYC Dept. of Finance, Manhattan Charter School, YAI, NYS Teaching Jobs, TD Bank and NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation. This event is open to all majors as well as graduate students and recent alumni. Register under the career tab http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu
The Table Tennis League Weekly Practice, 1-4:30 pm, Club Room (basement of Student Center).
Off-Campus: Benefit Concert for the People’s Climate March, 7 pm, $15. Join musicians Annie Keating, Gabriel Mayers, and the Radionics band for a night of music and activism to raise money for traveling to the climate march in Washington, DC. Jalopy Theatre, 315 Columbia St. between Hamilton Avenue and Woodhull Street. Wasabassco’s Science Fair, 8 pm, $25 ($20 in advance). An exploration of the burlesque-alogical sciences: strip the mystery (and clothes) from popular scientific principles and discuss such famous theoretical conundrums as Schrödinger’s Boobs, String Bikini Theory, and the Big Bang. Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue.