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NYU Happenings

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Transfer & Transitioning Events

Movie Screening: Breakfast Club
Wednesday, April 4th at 6:30pm | Meet in the Kimmel Center Lobby
Your Transfer/Transition Ambassadors have a limited number of FREE tickets to NYU Program Board's Spring Film Series screening of The Breakfast Club. We will be meeting in the Kimmel Center Lobby at 6:30 to pass out tickets and walk to the Canter Film Center together. RSVP now to save your spot for this classic film.

Ellis Island Outing
Saturday, April 14th at 11:00am | Meet in the Kimmel Center Lobby
Join your TA's Emily and Christian for a journey through time as we venture to Ellis Island. Take a ferry on over past Lady Liberty and meander through exhibits and the museum at your own pace. Trace your family roots too. The trip is entirely free, and space is limited! Look out for a formal invitation in next week's newsletter. RSVP required by Wednesday, April 11th to participate. E-mail Naomi (nlk235@nyu.edu) with any additional questions.

Shake Shack Outing
Thursday, April 19th at 6:30pm | Meet in Kimmel Center Lobby
Join the Transfer/Transition Ambassdors for a trip to one of NYC's most popular burger stands! Enjoy the company of other transfer and transitioning students in the beautiful Madison Square Park while indulging in a delicious FREE milkshake! Meet us in the Kimmel Center Lobby and we'll head up to Shake Shack together.

NYU Happenings

Signs & Rhymes - Intersections of Deaf & Hip Hop Cultures
Monday, April 16th frpm 5:00pm tp 7:00pm | Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
Hip-Hope has the power to affect social change, through its use of lyrics, rhythm, and political influence. Hip-Hop has a relationship with a vast and diverse community of people, and the Deaf community is no exception. Throughout the past several years, Deaf musicians have turned to hip-hip as a vehicle for expression, supplementing spoken words and rapping with American Sign Language to create a visually-stimulating, socially-integrated experience for all kinds of audiences. Presented by Gallatin Student Council. RSVP here.