Thursday: The School of Education and the Women’s Studies Program present Conference on the Life and Legacy of Shirley Chisholm, Library Auditorium All Day and 2 -9pm Student Center, Sure about what you put on your skin? 12:30 PM State Lounge – 5th Floor , Study Skills 12:30 PM 2302 James Hall, to register come or call (718) 951-5363, Campus Conversations, Aviary Lounge – 4th Floor
Friday, Blackboard Q & A 11 AM, Library Classroom, Room 120. If you will not be on campus send your questions/problems/comments via email to Carlos Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photoshop Creative, 1:30 PM Library Classroom, Room 120, 1960’s theme party 8pm to 2am, get tickets at Student Center Information booth in advance.
Sunday, April 1, 2:00 PM, Play: My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, & I’m in Therapy!. Twice the holidays! Twice the hollering! Twice the guilt! The show is one part lasagna, one part kreplach, and two parts Prozak, at BC Box Office $30.
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