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This event will feature New York City-based organizations and environmental and sustainability leaders. Read more about Earth Day Celebration
This year will mark the centennial anniversary of the sakura (cherry) trees that Japan donated to the U.S. 100 years ago. As part of the centennial celebration, the Consulate General of Japan offered a gift of nursery sakura trees to LaGuardia. Read more about Sakura (cherry) Tree Planting
This is a short film about experimentation at the Willowbrook State School. Made by Ross Cohen, a film student at the University of Southern California, the film is also being shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Read more about Willowbrook
Learning to be money savvy should not be a drag. join us for one of seven financial literacy topics. This workshop will show you how to set financial goals and how savings can impact long-term goals in a quick, fun, and interactive setting. Read more about Money Management-Setting Goals
Join us for an interactive display designed to teach attendees about multiple sclerosis and allow them to experience what it might be like to have symptoms of MS. Read more about National Multiple Sclerosis Society "Museum"
Martin Luther King III and the Drum Major Institute invites the College community to a panel discussion on 'Justice, Fairness and Civil Rights in the Age of Stop and Frisk.' Read more about Invitation to Panel Discussion on Justice, Fairness and Civil Rights in the Age of Stop and Frisk
Did you know that you can study in another country while earning credits toward your CSI degree? Come to a workshop to learn how to take advantage of the study abroad opportunities that are available to you in countries all over the world. Read more about Study Abroad with CSI
"Last Train Home," a 2009 film by Lixin Fan, followed by a panel discussion. Read more about Fourth Annual Asian Film Series
Join us for Library Day 2012, including invited speaker Prof. Trudy Smoke, LeClerc Research Paper awards, Millenson Book Review Contest winners, and a faculty book signing. Refreshments will be served. Read more about Library Day 2012
Immigration activists from New York City will discuss the status of immigration reform and the Dream Act. Panelists will also talk about the work of community organizations that seek to help them. Read more about Latinos and Immigration Reform
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