Events this week, dance photos at the bottom

All events in the Student Center unless indicated. Free taxes prepared by H and R block. For a few days.
Composers Concert Monday, 8pm Studio 312, Roosevelt Extension
Study Skills Monday 6-7pm 1309 James Hall Learn the most effective ways to review for an exam. How to read a textbook in preparation for an exam? How to take effective class notes. 0203 James Hall or call (718)951-5363 to register. 718.951.5174
Tuesday: Runners Club adding kickboxing to their workout Tuesday 12:30pm Glenwood Lounge
Free Rapid HIV testing 2/21 – 5/29 Health Clinic, 114 Roosevelt Hall
The Mayor’s Office of Film Theater and Broadcasting Permit and General Presentation 1pm WEB 214. Planning on shooting a short film, music video, or anything else in the five boroughs of New York City? Then come learn everything you need to know about rules, permits, discounts and resources for film and television production in the Big Apple. Chairperson Matthew Moore; Email:MMoore@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Federal Jobs Webinar 4-5pm TBD http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu. This Call to Serve WEBINAR (online) is for students seeking jobs in the federal government. Register http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu via the Career tab.
Graduate Student Academic Achievement Seminar 6-7pm1207 James Hall. Personal issues that can stand in the way of academic success. Do personal, family or relationship issues get in the way of doing your best in college? Please come to 0203 James Hall or call (718) 951-5363 to register.
Wednesday: Debate and Humanitarianism 3-9pm basement New York Food Markets Past and Present 7pm Brooklyn Historical Society 128 Pierrepont Street Brooklyn. Featuring Culinary Historians Andrew Coe and Annie Hauck-Lawson, and Jonathan Butler, Co-Founder of Brooklyn Flea. This event is part of Brooklyn Historical Society’s spring series, Inventing Brooklyn, which examines key people who have influenced Brooklyn and highlights cultural trends rooted in Brooklyn’s rich and diverse history. Free with museum admission. Admission is always free for BHS members. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Thursday: Walk out 12-3 Quad Ballroom Dance Society 12:15pm Glenwood Room Diabetes Info 12:30pm Marooney Room GMB Poker Night 6-10pm Occidental Room Phi Sigma Chi Party 6-11 Bedford Room slam Team 6:30-10 basement
The Benefits of Eating Well 12-2pm Maroney-Leddy Room
2012 Dice Technology/Engineering Career Fair 11am-3pm Where: TBD
http://www.targetedjobfairs.com/tjf/events/detail.jsp?eventid=3816 To register for the event or for more information please visit: http://www.targetedjobfairs.com/tjf/events/detail.jsp?eventid=3816
Stress Screening Day 12:15-1:30pm 5117 James Hall Are you experiencing frequent headaches, constant worrying and fear of social situations. You do not have to feel bad; help is available. Attend a free screening for anxiety and depressive illness. See a video, take a screening test, have a confidential meeting with a healthcare professional. Personal Counseling 718.951.5174
Conservatory Orchestra I 7pm Whitman Theater.
Last day to declare a major for undergraduate students:
Friday: Mock Interview Days 10am-4pm Where: TBD
See: http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu Students will be paired up with a fellow students to practice interview skills. To register http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu via the Career tab State Lounge, Student Center
Brooklyn College Interdisciplinary Colloquium: Culture as site for contest: Destroyed Past, Truncated Present, Dubious Future 5:30- 9:00pm Student Center. A collaborative initiative of the departments of philosophy, Africana Studies, Political Science and the Department of Secondary Education, this colloquium will discuss epistemicide – the obliteration of a people’s intellectual consciousness and heritage – in Africa. An array of eminent scholars from various disciplines will participate and discuss the diverse challenges facing peoples of African descent in the 21st century.
Brooklyn College Interdisciplinary Colloquium: Culture as site for contest: Destroyed Past, Truncated Present, Dubious Future Saturday, 9am-7pm Georgian Room
A collaborative initiative of the departments of philosophy, Africana Studies, Political Science and the Department of Secondary Education, this colloquium will discuss epistemicide – the obliteration of a people’s intellectual consciousness and heritage – in Africa. An array of eminent scholars from various disciplines will participate and discuss the diverse challenges facing peoples of African descent in the 21st century.

Global Medical Brigades Bar Night at Sidebar in Union Square, Manhattan is this Friday at 6pm.
10% of the bar proceeds from GMB guests will be donated to their charity causes. Try to wear yellow.

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