Join FFIR Kristin and her dog Basil on Tuesday, April 21st at 8PM in C3-PHE for the last #Biscuitswithbasil of the semester!
The Humanities Ambassadors Club will host a career panel talk featuring an all-star line up of professionals from a variety of careers. Presenters will talk briefly about how their background in the Humanities has helped them be successful in their career. Following the panel talk, students will have an opportunity to form small groups and ask questions of speakers in a more intimate roundtable setting.
Date: May 4th, 2015
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Location: Kimmel Room 802
What is an ally? Watch this video by NYU LGBTQ & CMEP to find out more!
Come ring in Spring with RAs Cici, Marc, and Michelle on Sunday, April 19th at 11:00am! We’ll be going to view the cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, followed by a trip to enjoy handcrafted, gourmet ice cream at Brooklyn Bell. Sign up here!
Who doesn’t love a good experiment? Join tower C3 THIS SATURDAY for a unique perspective of New York! This experimental theater piece sends 50 participants on a 2-hour tour from Brooklyn to Manhattan, guided by a recorded voice on their headset. We’ll explore our relationship to technology while being guided by a machine. A literal (and figuratively) moving piece!
Sign up here: http://nyti.ms/1y1PRa1
Raise Your Voice: A Cabaret for a Cure on April 12th, 2015 C in the Eisner and Lubin Auditorium in The Kimmel Center to raise money for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The cabaret, hosted by Rob and Gossip Girl’s Zuzanna Szadkowski, will feature performances from Broadway’s Tony-nominee Michael McElroy (RENT, Big River), Derek Klena (Dogfight, Wicked), Caissie Levy (Ghost, Les Miserables) and Eden Espinosa (Wicked, RENT), along with his friends from the New Studio on Broadway at Tisch School of the Arts, APC Rhythm, and more, for a night of love, art, and music. We hope the event will raise $10,000, and within the first week of ticket sales and donations alone, we have already raised $5,000!
Check out the promotional video here!
Do you know what this week is? It is Building Staff Appreciation Week! From engineers and maintenance workers to public safety and pro staff, we want to take this week to show our appreciation for all they do to keep Carlyle running smoothing and keeping your living space the best it can be. Follow @nyucarlyle on Twitter for ways you can show your appreciation all week long. Start by leaving a message and signing our big thank you card in the C3 lobby when you come home for the day!