NYU January Term
Your Winter Break e-newsletter for campus information, programs, and resources geared specifically to students attending classes during January Term 2013!
January Term Week 1

Happy New Year!

Welcome to the NYU January Term Activities list-serve.
Look for this weekly e-newsletter from the Student Resource Center to help you fill your time when you need a break from your winter classes

Winter Break Guide
University offices are open throughout Winter Session. To help you find available university office hours, as well as information on campus events and sites to see around the city, check-out the Student Resource Center's Winter Break Guide.

Quick Links:
> Campus Dining
> Bobst Library
> Coles Sports & Recreation Center or Palladium Athletic Facility
> Computer Labs

> Student Health Center

Residence Hall Activities
All NYU Residence Halls will remain open and staffed throughout the break, although services such as dining halls and computer labs will operate on their own schedules. If you have questions or need assistance, see your RA or your residence hall resource center. Click here for a printable PDF of programs offered throughout January.

Winter Workshops at Wasserman
The Wasserman Center for Career Development will be hosting a variety of workshops during January Term on such topics as resume writing, interviewing skills, and job searching. Workshops start January 16th! For more information, and to RSVP for events, log-in to NYU CareerNet.

Ticket Central
NYU Ticket Central | Tuesday-Saturday, Noon to 6pm
Located in the lobby of the NYU Skirball Center, 566 LaGuardia Place,
NYU Ticket Central is NYU’s clearinghouse for tickets to the movies, Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, sporting events, musical concerts and more, all at a reduced price. Be sure to join their mailing list to get advanced notice of upcoming shows, and other Winter Session specials. www.nyu.edu/ticketcentral.

Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
566 LaGuardia Place
There are several performances happening at the Skirball Center throughout January Term! Check out these great events (NYU discount tickets are available for both):

> Dance Gotham - 6th Annual Dance Festival | January 11-12, 8:00pm & January 13, 7:00pm.
> Not By Bread Alone | Jan. 16, 22-24, 29-31, 8:00pm | Jan. 17, 7:30pm | Jan. 19, 26, 6:00pm & 8:30pm

NYU Athletics
NYU women's and men's teams (Basketball, Wrestling, & Swiming) will be hosting games during January Term. Take a break and see a game. Click here for a complete schedule of all sports.

Student Resource Center
Need a computer to use or a quiet place to study? Stop by the Student ResourceCenter Lounge located in the Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, 2nd Floor, Suite 210. And don't forget to check out the SRC Winter Break Guide for other great information! Got questions? Go Ahead, Ask Us! www.nyu.edu/src

Note that University Offices will reopen
on Wednesday, January 2, 2013.

Around the City
It might be cold outside, but it's a great time to explore New York. From museums to tourist attractions, exploring great neighborhoods or taking in some shows, check out the links below for some interesting things to do:

New York Times: Arts and Literature Weekend | January 5th–8th Only!
The Times Center | 242 West 41st Street
Celebrate 1Arts & Leisure Weekend with these legends of film, theater, music, television, dance, media and more-plus special events and live perfromances. For more information click here.

City Pond at Bryant Park | December 19th- March 3rd
Sixth Ave, (between 40th and 42nd Sts)
Bryant Park’s 17,000-square-foot outdoor rink is free and open late. Don’t get too excited—the admission may be gratis, but you’ll have to shell out $14 to rent skates (or BYO). Still, it’s a veritable winter wonderland: After your skate, warm up at spacious rinkside restaurant Celsius, or browse the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park. If you want to practice your lutzes and axels with ample spinning room, try visiting during off-peak hours.

Snowflake Spectacular | Until January 7th
611 Fifth Ave, New York
The Great White North descends on Saks Fifth Avenue’s ten-story facade this season. This year’s LED holiday light projection features snow flurries and a yeti, who according to a tie-in tale by Daily Monster creator Stefan J. Bucher, came down from Siberia to live on the roof of the department store (as is the wont of fashion-conscious horror beasts the world over). The two-minute show repeats every seven to eight minutes and ties in with the display in the store's 12 windows.

For emergencies, please contact Public Safety at 212-998-2222
or the NYU Wellness Exchange at 212-443-9999

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