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Jobs and Internships at the United Nations
Nov. 1 | Baruch College

Open to Baruch students and graduate-level students from other colleges. To RSVP, please go to MORE»
Equality and Justice in America
Nov. 1 | Baruch College

Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series: The results of diversity management firms have devised several broadly different approaches to promoting workforce diversity, under principles of meritocratic bureaucracy, affirmative action, network development, and remedying cognitive bias. MORE»
Sholem Aleichem's Humor
Nov. 1 | Hunter College

Bel Kaufman, author of Up The Down Staircase, is the granddaughter of the famed Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem, about whom she will be speaking, in addition to answering questions from the audience. MORE»
QC Fall Career Fair
Nov. 2 | Queens College

Part-time and full-time jobs and internships. Professional dress strongly recommended. Bring multiple copies of your resume. MORE»
Crossover Jazz
Nov. 2 | Hunter College

Jazz Ensemble and Popular Music Combos, Ryan Keberle & D.D. Jackson. MORE»
U.S. Foreign Policy
Nov. 2 | College of Staten Island

Consul General Thomas Armbruster, a CUNY Diplomat-in-Residence, will discuss "U.S. Foreign Policy: Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll." MORE»
A Parent's Guide to College
Nov. 2 | Borough of Manhattan Community College

Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer and the New York Urban League invite you to attend: NYUL Absolute Success Parent Academy: A parent's Guide to College. MORE»
Paul Hendrickson: Author Series at Macaulay
Nov. 2 | Macaulay Honors College

Macaulay Honors College is launching a series of events to be held in the school's historic building in Manhattan. The monthly events will feature writers from the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, who will read from and discuss their new works. MORE»
'References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot'
Nov. 2 - 4 | Hunter College

Play by Jose Rivera and directed by Mia Rovegno. Open to the general public. MORE»
Gasland: The Horrors of Hydrofracking
Nov. 3 | Bronx Community College

Screening of "Gasland," about the dangers of hydrofracking. Thursday at 12 p.m., in Colston Hall, Room 715 MORE»
'Eyes Wide Open'
Nov. 3 | Bronx Community College

Global Film Series: "Eyes Wide Open," a 2009 film by Haim Tabakman. 12 p.m.-2 p.m., in Meister Hall, Schwendler Auditorium. MORE»
Reading Sonia Sanchez
Nov. 3 | Lehman College

Author, playwright, and poet Sonia Sanchez, will present an afternoon of reading and discussion. This event is hosted by Lehman's City and Humanities program. MORE»
Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music
Nov. 3 | Brooklyn College

Wagner, overture to "Die Meistersinger"; Liszt, "Piano Concerto No. 1" featuring professor Jeffrey Biegel, piano; Bartok, "Dance Suite." MORE»
Celestial Viewing
Nov. 3 | College of Staten Island

Join professor Irving Robbins, director of the CSI Astrophysical Observatory at CSI, for a free session of viewing celestial wonders from the city's largest and most sophisticated public telescope. MORE»
Reading Hip-Hop with Joseph G. Schloss
Nov. 4 | The City College of New York

Joseph G. Schloss, adjunct assistant professor of music, New York University, and author of Making Beats: The Art of Sample-Based Hip-Hop. MORE»
'Song of the Silk Road'
Nov. 4 | The University

Dr. Mingmei Yip discusses her own travels on the Silk Road, reads from her new novel, and demonstrates special Silk Road calligraphy. MORE»
Arturo O'Farrill With York College Big Band
Nov. 4 | York College

Spotlight Series features the York College Big Band in collaboration with living legends of jazz. In this first season, the Spotlight Series features Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra director and pianist Auturo O'Farrill. MORE»
New Wave Percussionists
Nov. 4 | Hostos Community College

"Los Monstritos," an ensemble of young, virtuoso percussionists who hurtle headlong into a variety of Latin musical genres. MORE»
Gospel Concert: Imangi Singers
Nov. 4 | Medgar Evers College

The Imani Singers will hold a concert for their freshmen gospel CD project on Friday at 7:30 p.m. MORE»
Afro-Latin Conference for Visibility and Action
Nov. 4 | CUNY Graduate Center

Afro-Latin@s Now is a three-day conference that will gather scholars, community leaders and artists to advance a dialogue on issues of importance to Black Latin@s. MORE»
New Models for Energy Innovation
Nov. 4 | Baruch College

Baruch College's Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and Corporate Communication International host the 4th Annual Symposium on Sustainability: New Business Models for Energy Innovation. MORE»
'Little Shop of Horrors'
Nov. 4 - 12 | Queensborough Community College

Speech Communication and Theatre Arts Department present, Little Shop of Horrors, directed by Liisa Yonkers MORE»