The Monday Brief - September 30, 2016

Deal at the CUNY Store

Show your college colors with a new backpack, duffle, or tote bag. Get 10% off at the online CUNY Store. Offer good though Oct. 30. More »

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Sportswire — Score Wrap-Up

Get the scores after a full weekend lineup of CUNYAC men's soccer and all four women's volleyball community college teams in play.   More »

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Become a GrowNYC Volunteer

GrowNYC has many opportunities for volunteers to dig in and improve New York City. Greenmarket volunteers help with at-market promotions such as cooking demonstrations, farmer support and recycling programs. Explore the opportunities! More »

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Tribute to Jimmy Heath
Jan. 1 | Queens College

Jazz master Jimmy Heath, music professor emeritus at the Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College, is honored with a tribute concert by faculty, students and special guest stars from the world of jazz. More »

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‘Something Possible Everywhere’
Oct. 3 | Hunter College

"Something Possible Everywhere: Pier 34, NYC 1983-84," is the first exhibition to revisit the place and time when David Wojnarowicz and his friends and peers seized a city-owned pier and filled it with art. On view though Nov. 20. More »

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Screening of ‘Jason and Shirley’
Oct. 3 | Graduate Center

Filmmaker Stephen Winter presents a screening of his 2015 award-winning film, "Jason and Shirley," a reimagining that revisits the making of Shirley Clarke's 1967 documentary "Portrait of Jason." More »

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Vice Presidential Debate
Oct. 4 | Baruch College

Baruch's School of Public Affairs invites you to watch the Democratic and Republican vice presidential candidates face off for the first time before the November election. Discussion to follow. Open to the public. Please RSVP to receive a free ticket.

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Ackerman Lecture Series
Oct. 5 | Baruch College

Baruch's Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice welcomes historian Heather Ann Thompson, author of Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Why it Matters Today. More »

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Architecture Graduate Information
Oct. 5 | The University

Information session to get an insider’s perspective about the architecture programs at City College. More »

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Community Fair
Oct. 5 | LaGuardia Community College

LaGuardia hosts a Community Fair with more than 20 local businesses, including restaurants, shops, theaters and health clubs from the area. More »

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‘Fen’
Oct. 6 | Brooklyn College

Production of  "Fen," by Caryl Churchill, directed by Mary Beth Easley, a play about the lives of England’s landless tenant farmers, whose longing for release from the agrarian life in Fenlands. More »

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Celebrating Afro–Puerto Rican Music
Oct. 6 | Hostos Community College

BomPlenazo is a celebration of Afro-Puerto Rican music and dance with premier bomberos and pleneros performers from New York, Puerto Rico and across the United States. More »

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Conversation on India
Oct. 6 | Graduate Center

Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the Graduate Studies, John Torpey, talks with Somini Sengupta author of The End of Karma: Hope and Fury Among India's Young. More »

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Graduate Programs’ Open House
Oct. 6 | Brooklyn College

Learn about our master's degree and advanced certificate programs at this open house event. Meet with faculty advisers to obtain information about admission criteria, curriculum and careers. More »

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