TDF Offers CUNY Students, Faculty and Staff Reduced Admission for Arts Events
As a CUNY student, faculty, or staff member you are invited to join the Theatre Development Fund as an annual member and receive tickets to Broadway, Off Broadway, music and dance performances each year for only $9 to $39 a ticket. For more information on rates and how to join, click here.
Men's and Women's Basketball Players Named All Stars This Week
Two members of Baruch's basketball teams— junior guard Chris Beauchamp and senior point guard Monique Salmon — are new members of two different all star athlete lists. Beauchamp was named a 2011 Second Team Atlantic Region All-Star in voting conducted by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), while Salmon was inducted into the highly-respected D3hoops.com All-Atlantic Region First Team All-Star list.
March 22, 5:45 pm: Information and Technology Building, Room 750, 151 E. 25th Street
The Spring 2011 Baruch College Harman Writer-in-Residence, MacArthur Fellow, and author of the prize-winning book Random Family offers a reading and conversation co-sponsored by Poets & Writers magazine.
The Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program brings distinguished writers to the Baruch College campus every semester.
March 24, 12:30 pm: Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
Dare to Engage at Baruch College presents "For the Bible Tells Me So: A Contemporary Perspective on Homosexuality in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity"
Baruch College continues its conversation about LGBTQQA safety and inclusion on campus through a frank discussion of religious acceptance and prohibition. What do the scriptures really say and how can Baruch students embrace their true gender/sexual identities without sacrificing religious affiliation, faith, self and familial acceptance? Hear what these experts have to say and ask your questions. More info
March 25, 12:30 pm: Newman Vertical Campus, 14th Fl., 55 Lexington Avenue
Faculty speakers will offer presentations on innovative work in the use and application of technology to enhance instruction. The keynote address will be given by John V. Maciuika, associate professor of art & architectural history, who will speak on the "Evolution and Current State of Hypercities (hypercities.com)." The full program is available online here. Register online.
March 17, 8 pm: Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
In the third of a six-part series, Repast explores the world of chamber music preceding and surrounding J. S. Bach. This year's repertoire includes sonatas by the master himself as well as works of Buxtehude, Froberger, and Krieger. More info
March 18, 8 pm: Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
Shuffle Concert changes the rules of performance as you know it. Attendees receive an individually-numbered menu filled with more than 40 musical masterpieces in every possible musical style, from baroque, classical and romantic to pop, jazz and broadway. If your number is chosen, you will have the chance to select the style and piece to be performed next. Every concert is therefore a completely new experience, both for the audience and the Shuffle Concert performers. More info