(All events are in the Student Center or SUBO) unless noted. Any questions (718) 951-5712.
Tuesday: Stand Out from the Crowd: Discover Personal Branding, 12:15 PM 4th floor Jefferson Room. Academic Achievement Seminar: 12:15 PM 2302 James Hall. Personal issues that can stand in the way of academic success. Come in or call (718) 951-5363 to register. Photoshop or Illustrator Questions, 2:00 PM Library Room 120, RefWorks Workshop 7PM Library Workshop Center, Room 148, Reading of Austin’s Bridge 7:30 PM 312 Roosevelt Extension, Slam Team 6-10pm Jefferson,
Blaze Dance 7-10pm 2 floor.
Wednesday: Newsies Broadway Show 8pm Hillel 718.859.1151,
Women for Hire Career Expo 10AM – 2PM off-campus http://www.womenforhire.com Hilton Hotel 6th Avenue, New York. Registration is required via the portal: http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu via Career tab. BSU 6-10pm, Databases with Microsoft Access, Part 1, 3:35 PM Library Classroom, Room 122, Symposium on Wangari Maathai: Visionary, Environmental Leader, Political Activist and Educator, 9:30 AM no room listed,
Thursday and on events soon.
- In an administration where a slight is usually met with a shrug, the ambassador to the UN stands her ground
- 'No Confusion Nikki' takes the media by storm
- President decided to abandon plans for more Russia sanctions
- Analysis: Nikki Haley is simply not having it
- SE Cupp: Haley isn't here for your sexism
- Analysis: Trump undercutting ambassador plays right into Comey's tease about the worst Russia narrative
- The meaning behind Trump's racist term 'breeding'
- Anderson Cooper: Trump rewriting history
- Poll shows Ted Cruz in tight Senate race
- Trump calls out Rand Paul on Pompeo
- Plastic straw and cotton bud ban proposed
- Dale Winton, Supermarket Sweep presenter, dies aged 62
- Debenhams sales hit by 'Beast from the East'
- Trump 'will walk out' if North Korea talks not fruitful
- The holiday village run by spies
- Commonwealth meeting: Queen to open two-day summit
- Clevedon house crash: Woman dies as van hits house
- Drugs leave 12 dead since December in a Cumbrian town
- Nasa's Tess: Planet-hunting satellite lifts off
- Windrush: Investigation urged over landing cards