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Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  2:30pm  -  3:30pm

Someone’s Always Watching

Join us as we look deeper in the eyes of those who are always watching.

Categorized : Student Events
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  2:30pm  -  3:30pm

Someone’s Always Watching

Join us as we look deeper in the eyes of those who are always watching.

Categorized : Student Events
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  2:30pm  -  4:30pm

Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby

How many home runs can you!? Find out and join us for a fun baseball related event and see how many you can hit out of the gym!

Categorized : Student Events
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  2:30pm  -  4:30pm

Improv the Interview

Want to impress employers, but interviews make you nervous? Professional comedians will lead you through exercises designed to build confidence, communication, listening, and creativity--the same skills all employers are seeking.

Categorized : Student Events
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  2:30pm  -  4:00pm

Come Rap with Us!

The Interdisciplinary Programs in American Studies, and African and African Diaspora Studies, and the Pluralism and Diversity Committee present Legendary Cyphers Come Rap with Us!

Categorized : Performing Arts & Film
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  3:00pm  -  4:00pm

Music Hour: Yoojin Oh, piano

The Music Program of the Department of Performing and Creative Arts presents a Music Hour featuring Professor Yoojin Oh, piano. This is a CC-CLUE event.

Categorized : Performing Arts & Film
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  4:00pm

Baseball vs. William Patterson

The CSI Baseball team will host William Patterson in a non-conference match-up at the Baseball Complex starting at 4 pm.

Categorized : Sports
Tue. Mar. 28, 2017 —  5:30pm  -  7:30pm

Weeknights in in 1C: Games Night (Board Games)

Come test your board game skills in the GDL.

Categorized : Performing Arts & Film


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