Monday Blues

“City Never Sleeps”

Lavender Fever Scavenger Hunt
Before finals week arrive, Lavender Fever Week’s scavenger Hunt kicks off by inviting students to pick up their maps with the first clue at the Student Life office. The hunt will run until Friday May 3, 2013 at 5PM. The first prize will be a 16gGB iPad mini. If you think you know the school pretty well, what are you waiting for? Pick up your maps now!
For more information and the prizes click here.

Rainy Day Blues
A rainy day like today seems like the perfect weather to describe in a poem. If you’re interested in listening to poems, this afternoon there will be readings by CUNY/CCNY poets Laurel Kallen, David Groff, Pamela Laskin, Estha Weiner, Gregory Crosby, and Salita Bryant.
Location: NAC 6/316
Time: 6:00PM-8:00PM

Safe Space

The loss of a someone you care for is a terrible feeling. Harlem teen Raenuka Reneau started a website to help others cope. The website would help other share their stories. To hear more about her story and the website click here.

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