The Monday Brief
January 20, 2017

More than ever, it’s vital that students who are New York State residents complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as FAFSA. ››

CUNY in 2017: More graduates, more degrees granted, more high-achieving students, strong enrollment, and a shower of prestigious rankings, all define CUNY in the new year. ››

Watch CUNY students spread the word about student clubs, internships, athletics and more during a Facebook Live CUNY Info Session. ››

Lehman's Michael Generoso is CUNYAC Scholar-Athlete of the Month. A member of the soccer team, he maintained a 3.75 GPA as an exercise science major. ››

Winter Jam needs volunteers to help support its free winter sports festival on Saturday, Jan. 28, in Central Park. ››

Events
Jan. 23 | Borough of Manhattan Community College

BMCC Downtown Chorus is looking for new voices to join its friendly core of singers. All experience levels and vocal ranges are welcome. ››

Jan. 24 | Graduate Center

Journalists discuss Cuba's future in "Weighing Fidel's Legacy and Assessing Trump's Reality," moderated by Mauricio Font of the Graduate Center. ››

Jan. 24 | CUNY School of Public Health

Urban Food Policy Forum examines food's pivotal role in the life of cities, as planners take an active part in shaping the urban food environment. ››

Jan. 25 | Queens College

The Queens College Choral Society is accepting new members of all voice parts for its spring concert season featuring Joseph Haydn’s The Creation. ››