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Arts and Culture

Jan. 24: "The Snow Quest"

Workshops and Seminars

Jan. 26: HOPE 2009: The NYC Street Survey


Seeeking New Baruch Rep For CUNY's Italian American Faculty/Staff Council

Arts and Culture

Saturday, Jan. 24, 11 am; 2:30 pm, 6 pm | Baruch Performing Arts Center

The Snow Quest

“The Snow Quest” is a magical journey filled with original live music and dance. Quirky animals (a reindeer, a bunny, a goose, a monkey) inhabit an enchanted forest and help two princesses find their way to each other, defeat the evil villain, and break his spell, which has banished snow for 100 years. Recommended for ages 3 to10.

General admission: $20.00
Baruch adult: $10.00
Baruch child: $5.00

Engelman Recital Hall,
Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue

More Info: https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/632245


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Monday, Jan. 26 | CUNY & NYC Department of Homeless Services

HOPE 2009: The NYC Street Survey

CUNY is in search of volunteers to join workers from the Department of Homeless Services to conduct the Homeless Outreach Population Estimate (HOPE). Volunteers will canvass parks, subways, and other public spaces to count the number of people living unsheltered. Anyone aged 18 or older is encouraged to participate.

More Info: Visit www.nyc.gov/dhs or call 311.


Seeeking New Baruch Rep For CUNY's Italian American Faculty/Staff Council

After several years of service, Maria DiBenedetto is stepping down as the Baruch representative to the CUNY wide Italian American Faculty and Staff Advisory Council of the John D. Calandra Institute for Italian American Studies. The Council is currently seeking a replacement. The Council's objectives are to advise the college presidents and Chancellor through the work of the Institute and its Dean on concerns affecting the University’s Italian American community and to safeguard accountability for Italian American personnel within the University. For more information on the position's responsibilities, please contact Maria at maria.dibenedetto@baruch.cuny.edu or 646-312-3063.