Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events
CSC Presents: Commuter Welcome Back Lunch
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
12:30pm – 2:00pm, Kimmel Center, Room 914
Kick off the semester with your fellow commuters and a hearty FREE meal! Meet the Commuter Student Council, learn about the exciting events happening this year, and find out ways to get involved! This lunch is sponsored by Commuter & Off-Campus Student Programs.
Commuter & Off-Campus Experience
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
2:00pm - 3:00pm, Kimmel Center, Room 908
Commuting at NYU? What's up with that? Come to this session to tap into the dynamic world of Commuter Life at NYU. Learn about independent living in New York and the resources available through Commuter & Off-Campus Student Programs.
Commuter Leadership Development Program Info Sessions
Wednesday, January 30, 4:30pm &
Thursday, January 31, 1pm, Kimmel Center Commuter Lounge
What is your leadership style? Do you know your strenghths and areas of growth? All Sophomore to Senior commuters are
Reality Show NYU
Monday, January 28
8 pm / Skirball Center For the Performing Arts, 566 Laguarding Place
Reality Show: NYU -- a gritty, funny musical about the lives of NYU students as they experience an array of confounding, confusing and exciting issues. Tickets are free for students and available at the Skirball Box Office from 6 – 8 pm on the day of the show.
Tuesday, January 29th
3-7 pm / 4th Floor Kimmel Center, E&L
Club Fest provides an opportunity for students to learn more about ways to get involved on campus. Come learn about the diverse array of clubs and organizations recognized by the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service.
Wednesday, January 30
7 - 8 pm, NYU LGBTQ Student Center, Kimmel Center, Suite 602
A laid back, weekly discussion group for LGBTQ or questioning students to get together and discuss issues they are facing with their identities or just life in general.
NYU MLK WEEK: 50 Years Forward, The Cost Of A Dream Deferred
For the eighth-consecutive year, the University will commemorate Dr. King’s visit and his legacy by hosting a week-long schedule of special events and programs. The theme of NYU MLK Week 2013, 50 Years Forward: The Cost of a Dream Deferred, is intended to open up critical dialogue around the consequences of failing to achieve social change and social justice. Click link to view this week of wonderful programs.
The Central Park Five (Film Screening and Panel Discussion)
Tuesday, February 5th, 6:30PM
Kimmel Center, Room 802, 60 Washington Square South
Join us for a screening of The Central Park Five, a documentary that examines the 1989 case of five black and Latino teenagers who were falsely convicted of raping a white woman in Central Park after being coerced into confessing to the crime. View Film Trailer Here.