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NYU Happenings

  • IRHC IceSkating FLURRY 12.11.12
  • Class Activity Board Meetings
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    Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events

    Serve! Presents: Where the Sidewalk Ends
    Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 5-7pm
    Kimmel Center, Commuter Lounge

    What’s a better way to relax and have fun before finals week other than creating a storybook for a young child? Join SERVE! as we take a trip down memory lane and spend our Tuesday night learning and discussing the issue of homeless youth and education. WE WILL ALSO BE MAKING OUR VERY OWN STORYBOOKS! Refreshments & Snacks will be served. For those who are planning to attend the event, there is a suggested donation of a children’s book! =D

    Breakfast For Dinner
    Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

    7:00pm – 9:00pm, Kimmel Center, E&L 4th Floor

    Come out and enjoy free food and great prizes at Breakfast for Dinner!!! There will also be performances from NYUs N'Harmonics and a table for Odwalla!!! Come out and have some FUN at NYU before finals week! Guests are welcome, so bring your family and friends!

    NYU Happenings

    Intergroup Dialogue Applications are still available!
    Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) is a nationally recognized 1-credit course that brings together small groups of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences and gain new knowledge related to diversity and social justice. This 8-week course takes place in the spring semester only and is facilitated by NYU Graduate Students. Credit is offered through the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities in the Professions within the Steinhardt School of Culture, Communication & Education. Questions? Contact jimmy.suarez@nyu.edu

    IRHC Presents: Free Ice Skating at FLURRY 12.11.12
    Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 6-10pm
    Wollman Rink, Central Park, 830 5th Ave. 10065

    Join the Inter-Residence Hall Council (IRHC) for the 5th Annual FLURRY! Come and ice skate on the famous Wollman Rink in Central Park with delicious candy and giveaways! NYC Double-Decker Buses will leave Kimmel every 20 minutes starting at 5:00PM. Your NYU ID is your ticket!
    ***Enter into our Gingerbread Housie Contest for only $3 to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life***

    Take a Break!
    Friday, November 14th: 12:30PM-1:30PM
    Kimmel Center, Suite 806

    Rejuvenate, Relate and Release as you join us in NYU CMEP for our monthly Take-A-Break series. Meet new and old friends, play games, watch a movie, have a snack or get a massage, and learn more about NYU CMEP. Each break is different. All students are welcomed to attend. RSVP to laurel.haynes@nyu.edu.

    CMEP Study Break!
    Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, December 17th, 18th & 19th, 2012
    3:00PM-5:00PM Kimmel Center, Suite 806

    Studying is hard work - and you deserve a break! Stop by the CMEP Lounge to grab some snacks and chill on our couches and bean bag chairs. Mold some playdough, do some crossword puzzles or just color! CMEP staff will also be available if you want to vent, chat or just laugh. Please RSVP via cmep@nyu.edu.

    Health Promotion Office: Relaxtion Station
    Monday – Friday from 3:30-4:30PM
    Health Promotion Office, Student Health Center, 726 Broadway (next to the NYU Bookstore)
    Mindful Mondays: Mindfulness activities and more! Toon-In Tuesdays: Cartoons and snacks; sometimes laughter really is the best medicine! Wind-Down Wednesdays :The ever-popular Stressbusters backrubs are back! Tuck-In Thursdays: Take a Power Nap with us! Fusion Fridays: Speed-Friending- mix & mingle and enjoy an international beverage!

    New 2-credit Course on Student Development in College
    HPSE-UE.1011: College Student Development

    Who are you socially? Morally? Religiously? Politically? Are you more than a SAT score? This course focuses on the role of student development theory and its use in helping students examine how they change as a result of college-going. Specifically, students will be able to construct a theoretical framework for understanding their epistemic orientations, their identity patterns, and how each informs their social relationships. Recitations will enable students to analyze how and why development occurs within specific educational contexts.Course taught by award-winning Professor Matt Mayhew.