All events are in the Student Center unless noted.
CSU week of events. Tuesday: Residence Hall End of the Semester Extravaganza 12- 3 PM, Residence Hall, 1 Kenilworth Place, two blocks behind the Student Center. Pizza, snacks and drinks, raffling off iPads and iTunes gift cards.
BC Volunteer Week: Tuesday and Thursday 12:15 -2:30 PM Student Center lobby, on-campus & community beautification. CSU Open Mic 6-10pm Bedford Room, Slam 6-10 Occidental Room, Jewish Philanthropy in an Age of Assimilation: The [French] Rothschilds, Library Auditorium, 12:30-2 PM.
Fall 2012 Registration Begins for Upper Seniors.
Wednesday: Nutrition Counseling 10AM – 6PM, 326 Ingersoll Extension, Eating on the Run Strategies 3-4PM.
Thursday: Hillel Game Day on the Quad 12pm, Federal Jobs for People with Disabilities Federal Jobs for People with Disabilities 2-3PM, 1309 James Hall, registration is required via the portal: http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu via Career tab. Debate and Humanitarian Association 4-7pm Jefferson Room, Brooklyn College Big Band, Studio 312, Roosevelt Extension 7- 8:30 PM free, Free E-Books Workshop, 4-5PM, Library Room 148.
Saturday Hillel Fashion Show 7pm $12 in advance, $15 at the door (718) 859-1151
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